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Tamika Fuller Starts GoFundMe Campaign After Losing Custody Trial To Ludacris

Tamika Fuller, the mother of Ludacris’ 16-month-old daughter Cai Bridges, lost another appeal last week and now has started a GoFundMe campaign. Fuller is attempting to raise $7,000 to fund a nonprofit for low-income mothers, as well as bring her daughter “Tink” back home. Last...

#March2Justice Kicks Off 8-Day, 250 Mile Walk From Staten Island to D.C.

The “March 2 Justice,” organized by the Justice League NYC, started it’s 8-day walk from Staten Island to Washington, D.C. yesterday. The group of activists hope to spread its message on the importance of police reform. “No change has happened,” said City Councilman Jumaane Williams...

Janelle Monáe Releases ‘Yoga’ Video & Claps Back On Twitter

Do not come for Janelle Monáe, because she will clap back. Yesterday a user on Twitter thought he’d share his two cents with Janelle, but quickly learned she’s not having it. The tweet he sent Janelle (from his now private account) said: “girl stop being...

Essence Magazine Cover Highlights Game Changers

“Literally everybody’s starring in a pilot. I think that’s wonderful. Part of me thinks, Well that’s wildly racist of all the networks to suddenly decide that the best way to get a show on the air is to just throw a Black woman on it....

Solange Knowles’ Business Partner Armina Mussa Stabbed 10 Times in New Orleans

Solange Knowles’ business partner Armina Mussa was stabbed 10 times earlier this week in New Orleans. Police arrested and charged suspect Arronesia Christophe with attempted second-degree murder following the incident on Wednesday, April 8. Christophe claimed that she was attacked first by Mussa and was...

ICYMI: Taraji P. Henson Sings About How “She Made It” During SNL Monologue

“After 20 years in show business, white people finally know who I am,” Taraji P. Henson shouted as she started her monologue on Saturday Night Live over the weekend.  Henson showed off her singing skills when she sung about  “making it” after 20 years in...