The Netflix cancelation curse strikes again!

The wait for the second season of 'She's Gotta Have It' is almost over.

Last night’s (Feb. 24) Academy Awards, for the most part, wasn’t as white as previous years. There were plenty of Black joy moments thanks to Spike Lee, Black Panther, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, Regina King and Mahershala Ali all taking home Oscars.

Spike Lee finally got his Oscar (we’re not counting “honorary” awards). The Brooklyn director won for Best Adapted Screenplay for BlacKkKlansman and his victory speech was emotionally charged, and took a dig at the thin-skinned POTUS without even mentioning his name.

Spike Lee is going to the Oscars in hope of picking up a trophy or two for his critically acclaimed BlacKkKlansman. Of course, the Brooklyn native will be rocking a pair of custom, gold Air Jordan 3s.


From a king in Wakanda to a soldier in Vietnam to Jackie Robinson to Thurgood Marshall, Chadwick “T’Challa” Boseman is going places in life. On the big screen anyway.

Over the course of his long career, Spike Lee has enjoyed a number of accolades but being recognized by the voting members of The Oscars as a top director and for delivering a great film has eluded him. That changed on Tuesday (Jan. 22) after the announcement for the 2019 Academy Awards, giving Lee his […]

Elegance is a must when attending high profile Hollywood events but Spike Lee hasn’t gotten that memo in years. The Brooklyn native rocked some custom J’s to The Golden Globes but might need some help with mastering the art of drip.


Critics and fans agree that BlacKkKlansman is Spike Lee’s best film in decades (Redhook Summer was a huge disappointment). But recently, the Brooklyn director has come under fire for changing the original storyline of the book, Black Klansman: Race, Hate, and The Undercover Investigation of a Lifetime, and painting police in a positive light.

Not so fast Spike Lee. It seems he has mislead the masses with his newest work and is being called out for it.

The New York Police Department paid Spike Lee a reported $200,000 for an advertising campaign aimed at building a stronger link between the NYPD and communities of color. The connection was obviously curious as the Brooklyn native and director has been critical of the police in times past.


The list of Black celebrities unwilling to sit across from Donald Trump continues to grow as BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee is the latest to say he would turndown a one-on-one meeting with the Divider-In-Chief.