A brawl broke out between a Black dock worker and a mob of angry white voters at the Montgomery Riverfront over the weekend.
Missy Elliott is using her star power to defend Flyana Boss after social media users posted open criticism over the continued running theme in the young Hip-Hop duo’s videos.
Jill Scott was trending this week on social media after footage of her singing a remixed version of "The Star-Spangled Banner" went viral.
The recent restrictions by Elon Musk on Twitter have compelled Black Twitter users to join Spill, a new social media app created by two former Black Twitter employees. We dig a little deeper into the inspiration behind the app and some of its features.
Donald Glover, and Janine Nabers, have a hit on their hands with Swarm. Ever since the Priime Video series—a psychological thriller that takes an unadulterated, unhinged and murderous lens to Stan culture—started streaming, the Internets and Black Twitter have been littered with hot-takes, reactions and theories.
Black Twitter joined together once more to celebrate Black History Month with both informative and hilarious tweets in 2023.
A popular TikTok food slinger named Chef Way is getting dragged for filth after some heinous tweets he dropped years ago resurfaced.
Coach Deion Sanders will be leaving Jackson State University for the University of Colorado and drew criticism.
BlackPlanet, the early 2000s social site, is currently asking old users and new folks to join the site as Twitter continues to spiral down.
Black Twitter began trending on Twitter Thursday (Nov. 17) amid rumors that the social media network will soon cease to exist.
Sarah Silverman did it to herself. The vocal comedian and activist took to Twitter to insinuate that Black people, or at least Black Twitter, was being silent about the antisemitic rhetoric Kanye West has been accused of hurling—and she was quickly and curtly course-corrected for her tomfoolery.
Amazon founder and billionaire Jeff Bezos drew sharp criticism for his attack on a Black professor over her tweets regarding the late Queen Elizabeth II & her role in the British Empire's problematic legacy. Dr. Uju Anya of Carnegie Mellon University was unfazed, firing back at him and defending her stance.