fabolous, News

Bossip: “True or False? Fabolous Is A Major Divo” Look Here Complex: “Catchin’ Bodies: Nas’ History Of (Alleged) Female Conquests” Look Here F-Listed: “Zoe Saldana Loves Sex” Read Here The Atlanta Post: “The 64th Richest Billionaire” Read Here Your Black World: “Kansas City To Close Half Its Schools” Read Here

South Carolina’s Lt. Governor Andre Bauer recently had some disparaging words this week targeted towards the poor which also was a  brick smack to the face also targeted at Black people.   Recently comparing government assistance to “feeding stray animals,” Bauer stated to the Greenville News, “My grandmother was not a highly educated woman but she […]


Bossip: “Sade: Soldier Of Love Video” Watch Here Idolator: “American Idol Season 9: Let The Countdown Begin” Read Here Complex: “Peep The ‘A-Team’ Movie Trailer” Watch Here F-Listed: “Scientists Say Have More Sex For A Better Heart” Read Here Black Voices: “Black Families & Marriage: Why Are Black People Not Getting Married” Read Here

News, T.I.

Bossip: “Lil Flip Abandons His Kids During Christmas?!?” Read Here AOL Black Voices: “Black Coaches Association Is Happy With NCAA College Football Hires” Read Here Complex: Ballin’ Vs. Budget: How To Dress Up For New Year’s Eve” Read Here F-Listed: “Afternoon Pick Me Up: Brittany Denham” Look Here Bossip: “WTF: Montana Senator Gives Speech On […]


Heather Ellis has reached a plea deal with the state of Missouri.  As previously reported,Ellis, a young college student was facing up to 15 years in prison after an altercation at a local Walmart that started from cutting the line. After the dust settled, Heather was arrested and charged with trespassing, disturbing the peace, and […]

Features, News

The revolution has been televised. I always knew it would be, since African American athletes have always been center stage in the NCAA’s multi-billion dollar money machine. Millions of Americans go mad during the month of March to see “Tyrone G. Anyhood,” the latest corporate product being lined up on the Great American assembly line […]

HBCU Alumni will be thrilled to learn that the week of August 30 through September 5, 2009 is officially National HBCU Week. The White House released a proclamation from the President officiating the week and praising HBCUS for spawning some of America’s most notorious Black leaders. “For more than 140 years, HBCUs have released the […]