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Roger E. Mosley, Actor Who Played T.C. on Original ‘Magnum P.I.,’ Passes Away at 83

The actor best known for playing Theodore “T.C.” Calvin in the original Magnum P.I. television show died at 83 over the weekend. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Roger E. Mosley, who played the helicopter pilot and good friend of Tom Selleck’s character, Thomas Magnum, died from injuries he suffered in a car accident in Los Angeles last week. Mosley was a cast member for all eight seasons of the show.
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Black Music Action Coalition Returns With Its Second Annual Music In Action Awards Gala At The Beverly Hilton On September 22, 2022

The Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC) announced the second annual Music In Action Awards Gala, which will celebrate notable recording artists, executives, activists, and companies that have utilized their platforms to affect social change over the past year. The event will take place on Thursday, Sept. 22 at The Beverly Hilton and will feature inspirational speeches, heartfelt tributes, show-stopping performances, and surprise presenters.

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Russia Willing To Talk Prisoner Swap for Brittney Griner Following 9-Year Sentencing

Following the 9-year sentencing of WNBA star Brittney Griner, Russia said on Friday that they are “ready to discuss” a prisoner swap with the U.S. government. The White House reportedly has pressed the former Soviet country in an offer to release Griner along with former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan, who was convicted in 2018 for 16 years on espionage charges, reports CBS News.

50 Cent To Host Podcast About The Downfall of Drug Lord Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán

Recording artist and television producer 50 Cent is set to host and produce a podcast about the notorious drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán, better known as El Chapo. According to Deadline, Cuate/twin/: The Downfall of El Chapo will include never-before-heard interviews from Pedro Flores and Margarito Flores, two twins from Chicago who testified against Guzmán during his trial.

Willow Smith Speaks on Oscar Slap for First Time, Says It Rocked Her ‘Internal Demons’

Willow Smith finally spoke on her father’s infamous Oscar’s slap in March, in a Friday interview with Billboard. The 21-year-old rock star revealed that the slap itself didn’t elicit so much reaction from her as much as the aftermath of the scandal, compelling her to do inner work and face her own flaws. She shared with the outlet that the awards ceremony slap “didn’t rock me as much as my own internal demons.”

Final Season Of Ava DuVernay Drama ‘Queen Sugar’ To Premiere In September

The drama about three siblings living in New Orleans stars actress Rutina Wesley from True Blood, Dawn-Lyen Gardner and Kofi Siriboe. All seven of the seasons featured all women directors, and the final season will be no different. Directors set to direct the final season of the series include showrunner Shaz Bennett, Patricia Cardoso, Aurora Guerrero, DeMane Davis, Kat Candler and Stacey Muhammad. DuVernay will direct the final episode. The Instagram account for the drama also announced the premiere date.

Mike Tyson Calls Out Hulu For Stealing His Life Story For Limited Series ‘Mike’

Former professional boxer Mike Tyson has accused Hulu of stealing his life story for the upcoming limited series, Mike, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Tyson posted two messages on Instagram accusing Hulu of telling his life story without including him in the project or paying him so much as a dollar. The world heavyweight champion also credited UFC president Dana White for turning down millions from Hulu and for being a real friend.

Texas Couple Files Federal Lawsuit Against Rosenberg Police Department

A Texas couple has filed a federal lawsuit against the police department in Rosenberg after being pulled over at gunpoint on Nov. 6, 2020, according to VICE News. Fifty-seven-year-old Regina Armstead and Michael Lewis, 67, were held at gunpoint by the police after being pulled over by three police vehicles. The police were responding to a call about Black teenagers waving guns at another group of kids. The teenagers were driving a white vehicle with black rims and tinted windows. The couple was driving a white Dodge Charger with silver hubcaps.