Lori Harvey and Damson Idris have allegedly broken up their short romance, and folks on social media have plenty of commentary.

DatPiff, one of the leading Hip-Hop blog sites of all time, gave its longtime fans a bit of a scare after it appeared to have shut down.

“The community really don’t f**k with you if you ain’t full black," says Tamera Kissen, who got dragged for her bad City Girls interview.

Elon Musk got into a Twitter exchange with former design employee Halli Thorleifsson in where Musk mocked the man's disability.

De La Soul fans in the digital age were left out of experiencing the Long Island, N.Y. trio's music on streaming services due to legal blocks.

The Shade Room posted a pic of Doja Cat dressed as a devil then deleted the image, followed with a message about faith and Twitter reacts.

Apparently, comedian, actor, and former Richard Nixon speechwriter Ben Stein is still pressed about Quaker Oats updating the historically racist Aunt Jemima brand and replacing it with a racially neutral and far less mammy-era-inspired brand, because conservative white people in America just really love their anti-Black nostalgia despite their insistence that America was not founded […]


It’s not really a list if it doesn’t get people in their feelings. Case in point, Ja Rule took to Twitter to drag Billboard after noting he didn’t make the cut in its 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time list.