The Marathon, along with Nipsey Hussle’s legacy, continues as the city of Los Angeles has announced that the late rapper/entrepreneur will be honored with his own day. August 15, which also happens to be his birthday, will officially be known as Nipsey Hussle Day in Los Angeles, California. The news was made public at the unveiling of Hussle’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
On Aug. 8, the FBI executed a search warrant for Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, and needless to say, the former president was anything but pleased. It is alleged that when Trump left office in January 2021, he returned to Mar-a-Lago with 15 boxes of letters, mementos and government documents, some of which were classified and were supposed to be turned over to the National Archives. According to The New York Times, the National Archives told Congress in February that when Trump returned the boxes to archivists, they found “items marked as classified national security information.” A preliminary investigation into the handling of the documents began in April. On Monday, federal agents arrived at Trump’s resort looking to see if he was in possession of any additional presidential records or classified documents. Trump, who was not at the Mar-a-Lago at the time, was in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he issued a statement to make the public aware of the raid as it was taking place.
On August 6, 2022, Real Housewives of New Jersey Teresa Guidice tied the knot with her now-husband, Louie Aruelas, at the beautiful Park Chateau Estate & Gardens in East Brunswick, New Jersey. A number of celebrities joined the celebration, including Real Housewives of Atlanta castmates Cynthia Bailey, Phaedra Parks and...
On Aug. 4, WNBA star Brittney Griner learned her fate after spending nearly six months in a Russian prison, following accusations that she had smuggled drugs into the country. The 31-year-old was found guilty of smuggling drugs with criminal intent and sentenced to nine years in prison, as well as fined 1 million rubles ($16,590).
Crystal Renay has been in the news a lot, lately, thanks to her very public divorce filing from the Ne-Yo singer. “8 years of lies and deception,” she wrote on Instagram on July 30, according to E! News. “8 years of unknowingly sharing my life and husband with numerous women who sell their bodies to him unprotected…every last one of them! To say I’m heartbroken and disgusted is an understatement. To ask me to stay and accept it is absolutely insane. The mentality of a narcissist.”
Esteemed choreographer Luam went to social media on Thursday to vent her frustration with MTV’s VMA Awards, particularly the best choreography category. Luam said the VMAs are recognizing artists and songs in the category, but failing to recognize the choreographers behind the dances. “MTV has released its nominations for...
The Ripley community, in Mississippi, has banded together to hold a man named Mark Hall accountable for blatantly disregarding the safety of young Black children, which he disturbingly bragged about on social media.
Five members of the Eritrean track team have been found after they went missing during the world championships at the University of Oregon in Eugene, which was held from July 15-24. The East African athletes and their coach, who were reported missing on the last day of the championships, were found and were not in danger, The News Tribune reports.
Harvard University filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday that defends the high court’s past rulings that upheld affirmative action asking the court to reject a lawsuit that seeks to ban race-conscious admissions.
July 18 is Nelson Mandela‘s birthday; the late South African president and legendary anti-apartheid activist would have turned 104. His birthday has been declared Nelson Mandela International Day in his honor. As we remember his life and legacy this year, here are six things you may not have known about Mandela.
Chris “Ludacris” Bridges carriemanyof titles; rapper, actor, producer, entrepreneur, philanthropist and creator of the new children-focused animation, Karma’s World. However, his most important role is being a father to his four daughters.
Some London-based Barbz recently got the chance of a lifetime: getting to see Nicki Minaj up close and personal during a meet and greet. However, as one may expect from an infamously dedicated fan base like the Barbz, some social media uploads from the event show that the excitement swiftly bubbled over into all-out chaos.
The Grammy-nominated Louisville rapper Jack Harlow took center spread as one of Vogue magazine’s three June cover choices. Harlow expressed his love for hip hop, his rise to fame and the support he has received from his fans, specifically Black women.
May 31 marks the 101st anniversary of the beginning of the Tulsa Race Massacre that destroyed the prosperous Greenwood neighborhood, a community of Black wealth and achievement that had been nicknamed Black Wall Street. The horrific attack killed hundreds of people, destroyed thousands of homes and establishments and obliterated a 35-block neighborhood that had been thriving within the city of Tulsa. As knowledge of the massacre finally spread after decades of whitewashing, the few living survivors and the descendants of those who lived through the violence are finally moving a few steps closer to being compensated for the attack and its lingering impact on them and their community.
Gemini SZN runs from May 21 to June 20. Because Kodak Black’s birthday is on June 11, the Florida icon is represented by this infamous astrology sign. Because Geminis are symbolized by the twins, they’re heavily associated with the general aspect of duality.
C.J. Wallace, the son of the late Biggie Smalls, is beaming with pride after New York City declared a proclamation to honor the legendary rapper, recognizing the impact he made in the music industry. Wallace accepted the honor on behalf of his father on Thursday as the city celebrated Biggie Smalls, who would have turned 50 this weekend.
A first-of-its-kind, rap-influenced piece of legislation has passed in the New York Senate. Senate Bill S7527, known as the Rap Music on Trial bill, soared through a May 17 Senate session with a 38-23 vote. The bill, which has significant support from artists like Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Big Sean, Tinashe...