Madonna Describes Her Son as a ‘N-gga’

by Demetria Irwin

enhanced-buzz-23306-1390008496-2

enhanced-buzz-22060-1390008665-11

Madonna got into hot water this weekend when she posted a picture of her son Rocko sparring in a boxing ring with the caption ““No one messes with Dirty Soap! Mama said knock you out! #disnigga.”

Where does Madonna live? Where is the nearest empty stadium? She needs to have all of the seats. All. Of. Them.

After getting some critical comments, Madonna deleted her initial caption and reposted the pic with the caption “Ok let me start this again. #get off my dick haters!” Yeah, ok, no.

There is a very simple rule for non-black people who want to use the word nigga, nigger or anything like that. Do. Not. Do. It. Period.

The use of the word “nigga” amongst black people is something to be sorted out amongst black people. Non-blacks need not concern themselves with that. Just, don’t do it. Very simple. And the desire to say it, is troubling to say the least.

Madonna has two adopted black children, so this “nigga” moment is especially side eye-worthy for some folks.

Does Madonna get a “pass” for using the word nigga? Do you take issue with any non-black person using that word?

UPDATE: Madonna has now issued an apology. “I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N-word on Instagram,” the singer said in a statement on Saturday, Jan. 18. “It was not meant as a racial slur…I am not a racist. There’s no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention…It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white.  I appreciate that it’s a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me.”

Follow Demetria Irwin on Twitter at @Love_Is_Dope and connect with her on Facebook.

  • https://www.facebook.com/carina.castro.391 Carina Castro

    Now I can only imagine what she refers to her two adopted Black children as. I allowed the grillz a pass but this is a bit much! #heauxsitdown

  • https://www.facebook.com/nico.niqs Nico Niqs

    You know what.. I really wanna go in on this one., but i wont.

  • https://www.facebook.com/roxanne.oraguzie Roxanne Oraguzie

    Somebody better get this bish…

  • https://www.facebook.com/princessonika28 Princess O’Nika Auguste

    I don’t think she meant any harm . she called her white child a nigga , she meant no harm

  • https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=12435637 Janna Couch
  • https://www.facebook.com/baglady1982 Virgia LuvdemColts Wilson

    Please, until we as black folks collectively stop using this word, I will not bite this bait of someone else using the word.

  • https://www.facebook.com/lois.thompson.5268 Lois Thompson

    For those of you giving out passes, if it is ok for her to call her white child this word, is it ok for to use the same word with her black child??? She gets no pass from me. It ain’t cute and being a celebrity does not mean it is allowed. I agree that we need to delete the word from our vocabulary, but that does not give whites permission to use it either.

  • https://www.facebook.com/SarahAnnetta Sarah Jackson Browne

    This “word” should be banned from everyone’s vocabulary! It’s offensive, no matter who uses it!!

  • https://www.facebook.com/dlowelanders Denise Lowe Landers

    No she does not get a pass! I totally agree with you Sarah , it’s offensive..I don’t care if black folk use it as term of endearment or not!!!

  • https://www.facebook.com/brenande.mossita Brenande Vusuvvi Mossita

    For some reason I don’t care!

  • https://www.facebook.com/otis.o.smith Otis O Smith

    Wonder if she calls her white children honkey

  • https://www.facebook.com/tiffani.speller.7 Tiffani Speller

    Who cares.

  • https://www.facebook.com/yolanda.stanislas Yolanda Stanislas

    N comes in all colors, shapes and sizes.

  • https://www.facebook.com/julia.ljungberg.96 Julia Ama Ljungberg

    White people using that word in any context is not ok. No pass for her. Stupid woman, she should acknowledge her influence on people and watch her mouth. I’m white, my kids are brown and I would
    Never Ever use that word. Ever.

  • https://www.facebook.com/brianna.condra Brianna Carley Condra

    I like what she said about the use of the word needing to be sorted out among ourselves… Personally I think we should stop so other people will too..

  • https://www.facebook.com/valentine.joseph.33 Valentine Joseph

    So?

  • MommieDearest

    *waiting for JayZ, Nas, Kanye and other rappers to come running to her defense ala Gwennyth Paltrow*

    <_<

  • https://www.facebook.com/cheryle.roberts Cheryle Lynn Roberts

    She has two black children that’s the issue

  • noirluv45

    Inevitably, the argument that, “Blacks say it, so why can’t I?” will enter into the equation. The fact is not all Blacks say “N,” and if they did, so what? They want the right to say “N,” and then get all defensive when they get called on their mess.

    They know what they are doing, and they do it for the attention. Madonna does need to have several seats.

  • Mesme

    I am so disappointed. I have been a fan of Madonna for so long. Love her career, her catchy pop songs, her fearlessness in building a career. I have even seen her in concert. I like her support of Gay issues and AIDS activism when it was not cool. I defended her when she adopted her kids because I believe kids need a loving home no matter the color of their parents. This, however, I cannot forgive. My problem is she should know better, way better but also there was absolutely no apology. Her response was unacceptable. I know, Lil Wayne and Jay Z need to stop saying it too but this is different. People need to call her on it and she needs to be put on full blast. I am disappointed though. I just didn’t think she was one of those. Madonna you are kind of dead to me now. Am I overeacting? You don’t understand, it was always about her, Janet and Erykah Badu for me. My 3 favorites. Oh well. Two left.

  • Anonin

    People here like Madonna? Do they not know she built her career being the model black style stealer and let’s not forget she was and probably still is crazy about the black d.

    The number of black men she targeted was alarming but she didn’t have babies w them because she wanted a ‘pretty child’ supposedly

  • http://gravatar.com/hipster4hire $0.02

    Sigh, I hear young people of color yell “My nigga” so much in convos…I hate when I hear females yell it like they’re dudes, and then Latinos saying it, smh. I don’t have the energy to get mad over a 50-something year old hot twat, when I can’t even get a 15 year old to realize having the word end with “a” doesn’t deny the word’s roots. If society plays songs with that word on top 40 radio, then shiiiiii, what can I really get mad about?

  • MommieDearest

    Actually, she did release the standard (non)apology. I can’t post the link but here’s the text:

    “I am sorry if I offended anyone with my use of the N word on Instagram. It was not meant as a racial slur.. I am not a racist. There’s no way to defend the use of the word. It was all about intention.. It was used as a term of endearment toward my son who is white. I appreciate that it’s a provocative word and I apologize if it gave people the wrong impression. Forgive me.”

  • Joan

    Madonna is the QUEEN of cultural appropriation. She doesn’t care what we think; she never did. She has always acted as if she was an expert on black culture. Remember when she insulted Arsenio Hall’s hair back in the day? Or when she acted like she was an expert on black people after her Dennis Rodman experience? Her fame and wealth offer her the luxury of being deluded.

  • Anthony

    Madonna is not stupid.She knew that by posting the N-word, she would get her 1987 ass back in the news!

  • SJ

    I’m a fan of her music but never been a fan of her. Her whole image is not original at all . I don’t know why she gets so much credit for being so original and talented. She’s not that great of a singer. She’s racist; she’s made horrible comments about black men. I think she’s really desperate for attention.

  • Anna

    And to make it so bad, she did it at the expense of her own child.

  • Cia

    Please…Madonna is low rent. Always has been. A woman over 50 saying this is an old chickenhead!

  • gg

    Madonna is 55 years old. Youth in this case ain’t no damn excuse.

  • https://www.facebook.com/dhanha.bienaime Dhanha Bien-Aime

    Thank you! This is what is holding us back with using that word…

  • keepin it real real

    I am disgusted by what she said but I don’t think she is a black style stealer more than anyone else. How could any white artist in America NOT be influenced by black culture and music. Impossible. Also if she wanted a pretty child, why did she adopt Mercy? Mercy is not pretty like Zahara or Blue Ivy. Sorry. Keepin it real.

  • stuck on this

    I disagree. Madonna bothers me for very different reasons: I don;t believe that there is power in acting like a stripper. I know she is powerful but I don’t like that image. However, I don’t think she has acted like she is an expert on black culture. She has also given a lot of money to black charities too so I think she was just influenced by black culture like any other American would be. Could we say the same for Teena Marie? I do have a problem with Madonna but it is in the context of feminism not racism. Although, now I do consider her a racist or at least clueless that she posted that tweet. However, is that true though? Is every white person using the “N” word casually a racist? I think they are but I sometimes wonder if there are degrees of racism. Like not giving someone a job for being black or killing someone for being black is on a whole other level than a misguided woman who thinks an N word tweet is ok. Know what I mean?

  • stuck on this

    I disagree. Madonna bothers me for very different reasons: I don;t believe that there is power in acting like a stripper. I know she is powerful but I don’t like that image. However, I don’t think she has acted like she is an expert on black culture. She has also given a lot of money to black charities too so I think she was just influenced by black culture like any other American would be. Could we say the same for Teena Marie? I do have a problem with Madonna but it is in the context of feminism not racism. Although, now I do consider her a racist or at least clueless that she posted that tweet. However, is that true though? Is every white person using the “N” word casually a racist? I think they are but I sometimes wonder if there are degrees of racism. Like not giving someone a job for being black or killing someone for being black is on a whole other level than a misguided woman who thinks an N word tweet is ok. Know what I mean? Things that make you go hmmmm!

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    I am not surprised at all.

    I used to be a huge fan of her music until a few years back…….I actually started listening to interviews with her.

    She’s a narcissistic shrew to the Nth power. It’s clear fame has gone to her head and inflated her ego to the ozone layer. After listening to her speak about her marriage to Guy Richie, I gotta say….he was the lucky one to have left that marriage ALIVE! A while back I listened to another interview with her, and she threw MAJOR shade at Lady Gaga for no reason.

    When she adopted those kids from Africa, something didn’t sit right with me. I know kids deserve a good home and a stable upbringing, but with Madonna, I got that sense she was doing it for something other than providing orphaned kids with a loving home…….I also got that feeling that she loves Lourdes more than the other 3 children she has (I know that’s her first born daughter, but still…..)

    She knew darn tutti fruity well what she did was wrong. Madonna is so thirsty for attention she would do anything to be in the news, even if it’s twitter!

  • http://gravatar.com/tellmesumtingood TajMarie

    Yes, that would be the case. I don’t think anyone wants a “Hard Candy Part II” album from her.

  • y’all need to stop

    On the adopted kids: are you mad at their black biological families for leaving them in an orphanage for over 2 years? Did you want them to stay there til they died?

  • ArabellaMichaela

    You can’t have words that certain people can use and others can’t. This is, at its core, a ridiculous proposition. If we have a First Amendment and free speech in this country, it has to be equally free for everybody. As for the N word, I don’t think anybody should use this word. (My forebears are from the South. So I know the history of this word and the defenses for “blacks only” can use it).
    Think about what black people are saying when they are talking and calling themselves nigga, nigga, nigga! It always makes me cringe. Use of The N word by ANYBODY should just end.

  • Anonin

    Theres a difference between influence and appropriating/taking advantage of. I just read a story today about the queen she stole voguing from who was left depressed and penniless.

    Madonna isnt satans spawn or whatever but lets not act like shes original or a trendsetter. A a trendsetter for the conservative media during her time sure.

    And thats it ADOPT, I said she was with alot of black guys but she wouldnt dare have babies with them. She probably could care less about what the black adoptee looked like it wasnt coming from her womb.

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    Notice Madonna didn’t use any racial words to describe her daughter (Lordes) and her other son (Rocco). Why David? Also, he has a black sister. Madonna just needs to grow up and realize her actions have consequences and the world does not revolve around her………

    With regards to the adopted kids, if you read the reports that surfaced over the years, there was a lot of question marks that surrounded her adoption process (her and Angelina Jolie I seriously question). So no, I am not hating on the fact that Madonna adopted 2 black African kids who needed homes.

  • Eyes Wide Shut

    Sorry, my mistake. She didn’t call David that but Rocco.

    Either way, she needs to grow up.

  • Belle

    @ArabellaMichaela

    You have a first amendment right to say (just about) whatever you want. That doesn’t immunize you from criticism when you say something that offends people. Being criticized for saying something offensive is not a first amendment issue. Just like madonna has a first amendment right to use the n-word, I have a first amendment right to criticize her for it.

  • lea

    i hate “if i offended anyone”…bish take ownership of your ignorance,. now we all know how you express yourself.

  • Hey Now

    Lol can I just say that when I first glanced at the title of this article I was ready to get all riled up and share some deep opinion about white people & the N-word, etc., etc., but I ended up reading “The Soapbox” article first, and now I’m so unmoved. In my head, I’ve done like the author of “The Soapbox” article and moved to Black country where I can totally zone out on foolishness like this. I’m like “Madonna said what? who gives a fcuk”.

  • https://www.facebook.com/amii.tee.1 Amii Tee

    Oh lawd black people are at it again. It clearly looks like she meant no harm but you guys will look for anything to be mad about. You guys want white people to stop using that word, start by getting black people to stop first. Charity begins at home

  • https://www.facebook.com/Boitoy6969 Jonathan Roberts

    dis nigga
    A term that one employs when talking about themselves or others; tone usually defines the meaning, which is typically either boasting, or insulting others.
    1. “Dis nigga” is all C-Money could shout as he continued to break the rim on the dunk hoops.
    2. We shook our heads in pity as he drunkenly staggered into traffic, and all I could say was “dis nigga.”

    by CARL MONEY April 29, 2006

    No a race or one person owns words.. It’s about intentions…. #disnigga

  • http://parentingbytheseatofmypants.wordpress.com greendoondoon

    “The use of the word “nigga” amongst black people is something to be sorted out amongst black people. Non-blacks need not concern themselves with that. Just, don’t do it.”

    This needs to be printed out and handed out to all white people at birth. They should have to recite daily like the Pledge.

  • SayWhat

    THIS…I think we make ourselves look foolish when we defend white people who use that word, it’s like we gave them a ‘members’ jacket so it is therefore OK. If something is a slur, then it is a slur. The jewish community pretty much erased the word kike from the American vocabulary because they never gave anyone a pass, the gay community is on their way with doing the same with the word fagg*t, we are the only ones who act like racial slurs are part of a ‘welcome’ packet.

    On another note, I bet you if the picture was of her daughter Lourdes in a boxing ring kicking but, she would have never tweeted #disb*tch.

  • kiki80

    Not only is it out of line on a racial basis, it’s idiotic for a grown woman to communicate like an illiterate teenager.

    This society is getting ridiculously youth obsessed and socially stunted.

  • gg

    @ y’all need to stop
    No we’d rather them be called dis nigglets. Grown up.

  • gg

    I hate when uninformed people drag out the First Amendment when it’s obvious they have NEVER read it. Did government stop Madonna’s speech? No.
    BTW the way Madonna can say what she wants and people can respond the way they to what she says.

  • Vanderboom

    I hated all of this, but especially the non-apology where she says she “appreciate[s] that it’s a provocative word.” This from someone who has built a career on being provocative. For some reason, this kind of petty race-baiting attention whoring gets under my skin like nothing else. Where’s that stadium of seats when you need it?

  • NY’s Finest

    Normally I would be saying WTF! but I can’t even muster up the anger or passion to do so because it’s very obvious that David Letterman in a cone bra did this for attention.

  • ArabellaMichaela

    @Belle
    Agreed. My point was that EVERYBODY should be criticized when they use the N word. Its not fair that only non black people are criticized. This word need to be “banned.”

  • ArabellaMichaela

    @gg
    Not only have I read the First Amendment, I have also read the case law by the Supreme Court interpreting the First Amendment.
    I suggest you re-read my comment. Reading comprehension is a skill sorely lacking among many.

  • Bre

    Seems like Madonna did this as a weak attempt to stay relevant.

  • http://none MikeR

    Said by the writer of this article:

    “There is a very simple rule for non-black people who want to use the word nigga, nigger or anything like that. Do. Not. Do. It. Period.

    The use of the word “nigga” amongst black people is something to be sorted out amongst black people. Non-blacks need not concern themselves with that. Just, don’t do it. Very simple. And the desire to say it, is troubling to say the least.”

    I agree with you 100%. I am sure you also would agree there is a very simple rule for non-white people who want to use the word honky, cracker, white trash, or anything like that. Do.Not. Do. It. Period.

    The use of the word “honky”, “cracker”, or “white trash” amongst white people is something to be sorted out amongst white people. Non-whites need not concern themselves with that. Just, don’t do it. Very simple. And the desire to say it, is also troubling to say the least.

  • GT

    ok, I care that she used it but as usual we in the black community want to separate the use of it between non blacks and blacks. its the same damn word. I don’t understand why the black community wants to jump on a word that at the same time we want to embrace. its soo hypocritical and i am soo tired of it. So at this point until we admit we are the enablers of the word when we had a chance to let it die, i have cannot have any problem with word being used by others. Its like a parent fighting with their spouse and beating them and their kids watching this time and time again and then when they find out their kids are fighting at school, be shocked and surprised that their children are doing that. You set the example. So don’t be surprised with the way people use the same behavior we show in mainstream entertainment and sports. We continue to degrade our culture with this nonsense but are surprised when people do the same thing. MLK sure would be proud, wouldn’t he.

  • vintage3000

    Why is it so difficult to understand that Black people who are offended by this word are NOT the same people using it?

  • Jeremy

    Nigger: A term of denigration used in referring to negroes, and frequently used by negroes to refer to one another, thereby showing that negroes know what they are talking about.

  • mary burrell

    Cosign with kiki80.

  • Hey Now

    Black folks don’t owe the whole damn world an explanation for why we decide to use nigga. So take the reprimanding and condescension elsewhere.

    You can also take that bs legal analysis elsewhere because First Amendment rights have nothing to do with this. Kill the melodrama.

    “You can’t have words that certain people can use and others can’t. ” Uhhh, yes you can.

    “This is, at its core, a ridiculous proposition”. Says who?

    Just about every group on this planet, ethnic, racial, religious, gender, sexual orientation, have certain words and phrases that only “inside” people can say without catching a side eye. That’s just one of those things.

    Do me a favor, leave the discussions of whether black people can use “nigga” to black people. If you’re not black, you ain’t got possession or ownership of the word. Sorry, not sorry. Deal with it, cry about it, blog about it, but don’t bring that crap over to black people to deal with for you.

  • Hey Now

    “honky”, “cracker”, or “white trash”…dafuq does that have to do with anything? We over here discussing “nigga” and you over here talking about “cracker” & “white trash”. Was that supposed to be some kind of eye-opening connection? It wasn’t. It’s dismissive of history-making it a pathetic “analogy”

    - and it’s irrelevant to the article. #Stayontopic

  • kiki80

    Ok??? People in the same demographic holding opposing views is not hypocrisy.

  • B

    SMH @ some of the arguments here.
    Black people have asked white people to stop racism, stop discrimination, stop prison industrial complex, stop stop and Frisk… and they won’t… but learning to say the N-Word that’s what they follow? Please

    Do you know how insane some of you sound? White people don’t use the N-word because Black people say it. They use it because they want to. It’s their word!
    They had 300 years telling us where we could live, who we could marry (arranged slave marriages), what we could eat, where we could go and we ask them not to use the N-Word and they can’t do that.Black people can only be responsible for stuff we do, we are not responsible for what others do to us. White people are capable for taking ownership for what comes out of their mouths.

    Most Black people are NOT rappers. We are hardworking everyday people. I am not taking responsibility for any entertainer. Why should 40+ million Black people be subjected to racial slurs because of a small # popular rappers? Sorry, but the lest of us don’t represent the most of us.
    When has it EVER been an acceptable excuse to use TV? Never. White people are not innocent fawns lead to the n-word by foul mouthed Black people. White people KNOW that many Black people don’t want it in rap and CHOOSE to use it. They KNOW it is a debate over it amongst Black people about.

    So if they have heard at least ONE Black person say it’s wrong than they have WILLINGLY choose a side. Enough with blaming Black people for white choices.

    They have NEVER needed our permission to use the word THEY INVENTED.

  • MommieDearest

    *applause*

  • http://www.adorecolour.com Chev

    I can’t decide if I was more offended by Madge calling her 13-year-old son the N-word or her half-hearted apology. “If I offended anyone…” Well yes Madonna, funny thing is the N-word tends to offend quite a few people, especially black folks. The “term of endearment” also didn’t sit well with me. He’s rich and white, what more endearment does he need? Read more of my rant, I mean thoughts at my website Adore Colour.

  • vintage3000

    Where did you get that, wiKKKipedia?

    gtfoohtroll

  • apple

    ugh, i was just listening to madonna before i read this considering using her one of her love songs for a valentine blog post , but now???.. i really liked her, in the 90s she was my go to singer and after 20 years her music was still as good as the day i heard it as a kid ,but not anymore , go f*k yourself hag

  • RJ

    Sorry Apple but calling Madonna a singer is a stretch. She has always been this person. I could never understand why so many black people fell for her mess. Oh well, I do share the sentiment of your last four words.

  • RJ

    BOOM! drops the mic and walks off stage.

  • Night

    @Eyes Wide Shut. Read the story again. She used it in reference to the white male child not the black one.

    Other than that I quite agree. She’s a horrendous creature.

  • http://gravatar.com/geenababe geenababe

    I wrote about this another site so the only think I will say is, I do wish black people would get rid of this word. Some people use it to much and other is using it as a different word for boy or man. However, like someone said if we all stop using it. It won’t stop other from using the word, they will just lose to excuse to say “well blacks use it, why can’t I.

  • chris

    I think we should just start ignoring people who continue to use this word and apologize. Don’t even give them the satisfaction of acknowledging what they have said. That goes for black people who use the word as well. This word could have died a long time ago, but we have some folks (mainly black) who love it for some reason.

  • http://gravatar.com/designdiva40 paintgurl40

    say it again B! i don’t think they heard ya!!

  • Susan

    I wonder how what she calls her black adopted daughter….maybe a “nigger bitch”. I have lost respect for her and I always thought something was fishy with her azz always over there in Africa!

  • http://gravatar.com/solfresh solfresh

    A while ago, I came to the conclusion that I can’t be mad at people who use the n-word solely because I use it. I remember being on campus and overhearing a group of Indian or middle eastern boys using it. In my head, I thought hey, ya’ll are not allowed to use that word. But hearing them use it I noticed that’s how my friends and I use it; as a term of endearment, “my nigga!” or a term of exclamation(?), “this nigga!/dis nigga!” Also, who am I or who is anyone to make rules on words? You can’t control the evolution or devolution of a word, nor of a social behavior. In a way, it’s the black community’s fault Madonna and others are using the word.Those who defend the use of n*gga claim its endearing and something that shows we transcended the original use of the word. Ok. Well we can’t be surprised when we sanitize the word that now everyone feels they can use it. If nigger or nigga was sacred to us, we should’ve decided to keep the original meaning of the word and not use it. Once again you can’t control the meaning of words and how they evolve; not even amongst one group of people! Seeing the context of how she used the word is how I’ve used the word. The word n*gga is so far removed from nigger, that black people (incl. myself) use it as a noun in reference to any and everything. I try not to use the word, and I’ve gotten pretty good at not using it publicly especially on social media but I really can’t promise that I’ll ever stop using it, but you never know. Until then I can’t be outraged at someone who uses a word that holds dreadful historical implications when I do the same thing. It all goes back to treat others how you want to be treated or you have to show others how you want to be respected. We see how well, “do as I say not as I do” works (it doesn’t, were behavioral creatures.) So until I and other folks can stop using the word and the black community can hold a town meeting taking back our word (is it possible to revert the meaning of a word?) this is going to happen. However, if a white person were to refer to someone as a nigger, like hey, nigger get out my way or nigger pick this up, then we have a controversy. But Madonna was indeed not smart for IG’ing that since she’s a prominent figure.

  • Dream Job

    The Queen of lip-syncing Madonna has fallen all the way off with this incident. She, as reflected in the excessive cosmetic surgery (she always wears gloves to conceal her ultra aged w people wrinkled hands because cos surg docs can’t touch them) she has gotten, is so darn desperate to be young and hip that she is a bona fide lost cause. She is always dumbing down just to look/sound cool.

    Ultimately, the bottom line is that she has an adopted black son and daughter…and in spite of that, she’s still toying w that stupid word to force/forge relevancy. It is really a shame. Out of respect for her children she should NOT do it…but…(sigh) its really a pain complaining about the N-word because our own people flat out refuse to let it go. You can’t advocate that people not use the word when your people use it.

    We already know that everybody copies everythAng we do…we need to stop this schizophrenic behavior.

  • https://www.facebook.com/trevor.samborski Trevor James Samborski

    As a wise one said. Practice What You Preach. How You Treat Others, is How You Should Be Treated.

Latest Stories

5 Ways to Style an Awkward Length Afro

by

South African Journalist Reflects On Being In An Interracial Marriage After Apartheid

by

Did He Cave? Pharrell Puts Dark Skin Woman on the Cover of ‘Marilyn Monroe’

by

9 Killed, 36 Wounded Easter Weekend in Chicago, Feds Intervene

by