Professional gold digger Amber Rose will walk away from her 1-year marriage to rapper Wiz Khalifa with a $1 million payout.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
ABC's political drama Scandal was all over my Twitter.com timeline last night. If you're a fan of actress Kerry Washington's brand of over-acting -- then you were in Heaven last night. The rest of us watched the NY Giants rout the Washington Redskins 45-10.
Watch the season premiere of Scandal after the break:
In a recent interview with Dish Nation, embattled former 'Scandal' actor Columbus Short called out gossip tabloid TMZ.com for ruining his career and destroying his family.
“My character has been assassinated, unjustly,” Short told Dish Nation.
Up-and-coming artist Kris Kelli dropped a new single titled "Gladiator" featuring former 'Scandal' star Columbus Short. The track title is in reference to Columbus's' 'Scandal' character, Harrison Wright, who said he is not a lawyer, he is a Gladiator.
Actor Omari Hardwick was not happy when Black Twitter disparaged his masculine wife and called her "ugly" after photos of his interracial family surfaced online over the weekend.
Rap mogul Tip "T.I." Harris, right, received the key to the city of Jackson, Mississippi from Mayor Tony Yarber yesterday. Thanks to celebrity photographer Thad McAdams of Exclusiveaccess.net for the photos!
Socialite and professional gold digger Amber Rose says she is ending her brief marriage to baby daddy Wiz Khalifa because he is a serial cheater.
Another high ranking member of President Barack Obama's inner circle has jumped ship.
NPR.org reports that Eric Holder Jr., the nation's first black U.S. attorney general, has announced he will be stepping down as soon as his successor is confirmed. Holder, 63, was hospitalized in February after suffering shortness of breath and dizziness at work. He is also plagued by recurring back problems.
A South Carolina state trooper was arrested and charged with shooting an unarmed driver for not wearing his seat belt.
Groubert pulled over Levar Jones, 35, in a Columbia, SC gas station after he observed Jones not wearing his seat belt on Sept. 4. The patrol unit's dash cam filmed what happened next.
Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams and Queen Latifah lend their voices to the chorus of Shonda Rhimes supporters who object to a recent NY Times article that labeled Rhimes an "angry black woman."