barack obama

Americans were shocked when comedian Larry Wilmore called the president of the United States a “nigga” during the White House Correspondents Dinner on Saturday. Wilmore was praising Barack Obama’s audacity as 1st black president when he said, “Yo, Barry, you did it, my nigga!”

During a press conference on Monday, a White House spokesman said President Barack Obama “appreciated the spirit of Mr. Wilmore’s expressions on Saturday night.”

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Eddie Murphy and Paige Butcher

It’s Monday, so that means Eddie Murphy and his heavily-pregnant girlfriend Paige Butcher are making a daily coffee run to satisfy their caffeine addictions. Paige wears leggings and flip flops as the loving couple hold hands in Los Angeles. The couple rarely leave their home except to patronize their favorite coffee bar.

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Sean Combs Hosts Formation Tour After Party at XS Lounge

Sean Combs throws the hottest parties. It was only fitting that the music mogul hosted Beyonce‘s Formation World Tour After Party at XS Lounge in Atlanta on Sunday. Combs’ was accompanied by his longtime concubine, Cassie Ventura.

Photo by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

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monica and shannon brown

Our prayers have been answered. R&B Diva Monica Brown apparently forgave her husband Shannon Brown for his transgressions and took him back.

The sassy singer threw up a middle finger to her haters in an Instagram video of herself and her 30-year-old husband attending Beyonce‘s sold out Formation World Tour at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Sunday.

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Reports coming out of Atlanta claim pop star Beyonce performed to a half empty stadium of less than enthusiastic fans on Sunday. The much-hyped Formation World Tour rolled into Altanta’s Georgia Dome which seats 50,000 people. It took 6 days to set up Bey’s elaborate stages which include a massive lighting and sound system, moving stages and a plexiglass walkway.

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Ludacris, Maritza Correia, Cullen Jones

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and The Ludacris Foundation teamed up with the DeKalb Aquatics team to support the USA Swimming Foundation’s ‘Make a Splash Initiative’ in Atlanta on Saturday, April 30, at the Carrie Steele Pitts Life Learning Center.

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