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OWN is set to release a two-part series about Black Wall Street on the massacre's 100th anniversary on June 1, 2021.
NBA star Russell Westbrook has stepped into the arena of films by announcing that he is producing a series centered around the 1921 Tulsa race riots. On Tuesday (Jun 9), the Houston Rocket guard announced via Variety that he was executive producing the series, titled "Terror In Tulsa: The Rise And Fall Of Black Wall Street" in collaboration with documentary filmmaker Stanley Nelson and the production company Blackfin.
Well, that was fast. Last week Game was filled with sorrow over the dilapidation of his relationship with Tiffney Cambridge, and their decision to call off their wedding. Now the nuptials are back on, this according to TMZ. Someone close to the situation revealed that the rapper and his lady love are back on track with their wedding plans and their reality […]
The Game had an extra $200,000 lying around, so he decided to spend it on a new Ferrari 430—which he had covered in leather. Clearly on the fence about his decision, the Compton native went on Instagram to announce the news. “Just spent all my show money (200K) on a leather Ferari 430….. Cash !!!! […]
Last night, Game and his entourage allegedly jumped 40 Glocc after a party in Los Angeles, reports HipHopDX. Reports say a dozen of the “Hate It Or Love It” rapper’s peoples jumped G-Unit affiliate Big Bad 40, who was alone, and that guns were drawn.