The young and old turned out to greet the "Hood Billionaire" rapper Rick Ross at his in-store record signing in Atlanta. Photos by celebrity photographer Thad of ExclusiveAccess.net
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Disgraced NFL star Ray Rice won his appeal and is eligible to play immediately -- that is, if a team is brave enough to sign him.
Socialite Amber Rose isn't used to being broke and lonely. The mother-of-one spends most of her time pining after her ex-husband, rapper Wiz Khalifa, who unceremoniously dumped her after he caught her cheating, allegedly, with entertainment mogul Nick Cannon.
Celebrities have united to call for a one-day retail boycott. Celebs such as Russell Simmons have taken to social media to urge their followers not to spend money on Black Friday, Nov. 28 -- the day when Americans traditionally kick off their Christmas shopping.
The national news media expects us to destroy our own neighborhoods. What they don't expect is for us to organize and use our trillion-dollar buying power to negatively impact the economy.
R&B singer Ciara and her son, Zahir, picked out their Thanksgiving turkey along with the fixings on Thanksgiving eve. CiCi said the fixings are in a separate shopping cart.
A video released by Cleveland police reveals 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot immediately after police arrived at a recreation center.
The heartwarming story of NFL player Devon Still and his cancer-stricken daughter, Leah, has been derailed by Still's money-grubbing ex-girlfriend.
Pop singer Beyonce Instagram'd this image of her daughter, Blue Ivy, admiring their Christmas tree. Blue Ivy's silhouette is framed by the massive tree which is festooned with oversized ornaments included elephants, the symbol of the Republican party. Many families wait until after Thanksgiving to put up their Christmas holiday decorations, but apparently not the Knowles-Carters.
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Rappers Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, left, and Clifford "T.I." Harris, Jr. are blessed with riches beyond their wildest dreams. They never hesitate to give back to their communities -- not only during the holidays, but year 'round.
President Obama's new amnesty program gives firms $3,000 incentives to hire illegals over American-born workers.
According to a report on the Washington Times, under Obama's new amnesty reform, businesses will receive $3,000 per illegal immigrant they hire over native Americans.
17-year-old Chicago rapper Tink must be a huge Beyonce fan. Tink apparently used a photo of Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy, for the cover of her social commentary track, "Tell the Children".
The track begins with a man's voice yelling, "Don't shoot!"