Clutch Magazine

Ethnic Plastic Surgery: You Can Change Your Face, But Not Your Race

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Apparently “ethnic” plastic surgery is on the rise across many countries, including the U.S. Maureen O’Connor, a writer for NY Mag who is half Asian and White, wrote about her visit to a plastic surgeon who specializes in altering your physical appearance in order to eliminate the...

Founder Of AllHipHop.com Pens Open Letter To Nicki Minaj

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AllHipHop.com CEO and founder Chuck Creekmur may live in a glass house and should know better to throw stones. As an editor of a hip hop website, that frequently writes about rap music that includes lyrics that degrades women, I’d hope he’s written an open...

Maybe Stephen A. Smith & Ray Rice Can Sit Together & Discuss Why Domestic Violence Is Wrong

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ESPN’s resident hothead Stephen A. Smith has been suspended from ESPN’s First Take for a week, after making comments Friday about  women’s responsibility not to “provoke” domestic violence, while discussing the NFL’s two-game suspension of Ray Rice. “ESPN announced today that Stephen A. Smith will not...

The New York Times Explains Why Beyoncé Is NOT a Fashion Icon

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Beyoncé’s impact on entertainment and music is indisputable: she’s a global superstar with accolades ranging from Forbes’ Most Powerful Celebrity to Times’ Most Influential Person. So why hasn’t her influence trickled over into the fashion realm? The New York Times‘ Vanessa Friedman attempts to explore...

Jill Scott Reveals She Struggled To Play James Brown’s Abused Wife in “Get On Up”

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Some biopics slide the uglier parts of a musician’s life under the rug but “Get On Up,” the film that chronicles James Brown’s life and debuts on August 1st, is painfully honest about the more sordid pieces of his past. Jill Scott plays the role...