Insecure fans are celebrating as news of the hit HBO show’s renewal for a fourth season hit this week. Halfway through season 3, Issa Rae hit Twitter with the big announcement.

Beyoncé celebrates her 37th birthday today and at this point, we can’t see why September 4th hasn’t been declared a federal holiday. From Missy Elliott to activist DeRay Mckesson, fans and friends are hitting up social media to send the superstar love from all across the world.

You knew “Black Twitter” wasn’t going to let Don Lemon’s “support” of Bill O’Reilly just slide. The #DonLemonLogic hashtag highlights what is at the heart of many’s issue with the CNN anchor’s recent comments–the oversimplification of the issue of race in America.

Black Twitter has never been known to exercise chill. Case in the point, the #AskDraya trending topic making a mockery of one Draya Michele.

In the last 48 hours, Kanye West has tweeted three times, so it must be Yeezy Season. The latest pair of tweets from the G.O.O.D. Music rapper are images of the lyrics to “Black Skinhead,” one of the songs he performed on Saturday Night Live.

Today’s news cycle was all about Jason Collins. The 34-year-old made history as the first active NBA player to come out the closet. While there have been detractors, most notably ESPN analyst Chris Broussard, the contingent in support for Collins has been overwhelming, especially from his NBA peers.

Popular NBA analyst for ESPN and founder of Grantland, Bill Simmons, was suspended earlier this week for tweets criticizing one of the network’s flagship shows, First Take. 

Everybody stop the presses, stop what you are doing. Kanye West tweeted. 

Ever get annoyed reading someone’s timeline? Or have a sneaky suspicion that their real life is actually nothing like their tweets? Well, don’t worry, because you’re not the only one.

The music world was ignited when the 55th Annual Grammy nominations were released during the Grammy Nominations Concert Live! last night. Unfortunately, for the Barbz, Nicki Minaj received zero nominations for the upcoming annual awards show.