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Jazmine Sullivan on Black R&B Singers: ‘There’s Injustice in How Black Soul Artists are Received’

Jazmine Sullivan isn’t a new kid on the block when it comes to her singing career. But you’d think so if you were searching for the accolades she’s received. But then you have the Adele’s of the world, who many people feel have taken R&B...

Husband Puts Hit Out On Wife. Funeral Happens. Wife Pops Up At Funeral Alive.

Noela Rukundo is lucky to be alive. She’s also lucky that the men her husband hired to kill her are probably the only hitmen with a conscience. Imagine the shock on her husband’s face when she arrived at her own funeral. In an interview with...

What You Won’t Do Is Tell A Black Woman Not To Bite The Hand That Feeds Her When Solange Is Around

There’s no statute of limitations on clapping back and Solange just proved that when she revisited a three-year-old slight handed down by New York Times music critic Jon Caramanica on Twitter yesterday. A new interview with Brandy is what jogged Solange’s memory of how, in 2013,...

CDC Urges Young Women to Avoid All Alcohol Unless Using Contraception

The CDC has women who like to drink in an uproar after they issued warnings about the lack of contraception and alcohol. In a report, the CDC warned that women should avoid alcohol unless they’re using contraception because of the high risk of fetal alcohol...

ASOS Under Fire For “Slave” Tee

ASOS trying to make being a slave indie 🙄 — hails (@danhails97) February 3, 2016 UK retail giant ASOS is under fire for selling a “racist” T-Shirt on their website. Liverpool streetwear label Wasted Heroes simply printed the word slave across the front with...

Janet Hubert Has Nothing But Nice Things to Say About Jada Pinkett Smith…Now

‘I Respect Jada Highly’— Janet Hubert Janet Hubert, the original Aunt Vivian on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” had nothing but nice things to say about Jada Pinkett-Smith during a recent talk show appearance. “I respect Jada highly,” Hubert said on an upcoming episode of  “The...