Actress Stacey Dash sparked outrage when she tweeted her endorsement for GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The former "Single Ladies" star tweeted: “Vote for Romney. The only choice for your future." She also retweeted a message from Romney's official Twitter page that read: “Women have had enough of @BarackObama’s disappointment. We need new leadership to get our economy growing again.”

Stacey's twitter followers immediately reacted with controlled rage and indignation. One confused follower wrote “Wait stacey dash is voting for romney? you get a lil money and you forget that you’re black and a woman. two things romney hates.”

And a staff writer for the blog Hello Beautiful wrote: "If Stacey Dash only knew (which she probably doesn’t), Mitt Romney doesn’t exactly support women’s rights. He plans to “get rid” of Planned Parenthood; an organization that funds health services and counseling for women."

The blogger conveniently left out the fact that Planned Parenthood is a racist organization that has played a major role in the mass sterilization of black women.

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How ironic is it that a gay man is featured on the cover of a magazine called Snatch? As you know, the word "snatch" is a slang term for a woman's intimate parts -- which we now know Frank wants no part of.

Ocean, 24, became something of a cause célebre among the LGBT community when he came out to his fans and the world just days before the release of his new album, Channel Orange. Many within the LGBT and music communities reached out publicly and privately to the effeminate singer to show their support.

But others are not so supportive.

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President Obama sent out this anniversary tweet today -- just 3 years after his wife, Michelle Obama, told People magazine she considered divorcing him.

In the interview with People magazine in 2009, Mrs. Obama revealed that her marriage to Barack was on the rocks. Since then she seems to be cold and distant to her husband in photographs -- especially when she forgets that there are cameras around.

The biggest challenge for a married couple is to keep the spark alive long after the dopamine fades.

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"Good Morning America" Anchor Robin Roberts thanked her GMA fans for their outpouring of love and get-well wishes. “Your thoughts. Thoughts are so powerful," said an emotional Roberts in a video blog that aired on GMA Thursday. "You’ve got to change the way you think in order to change the way you feel. And let me just say this lastly, I feel the love and I thank you for it. Thank you," she said.

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The 14-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson went on a Twitter rant Wednesday after her aunts and uncles wrote a letter to state executors.

The letter, allegedly written by Janet, Rebbie, Tito, Randy and Jermaine Jackson, explained that the Jackson matriarch Katherine Jackson had suffered a mini-stroke and was in bad health. The letter also called for the executors of Michael's will to resign, saying Michael's will was fake.

An upset Paris took to Twitter.com to denounce her uncle Randy as a liar, but she has since apologized to her family members for discussing family business in a public forum.

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If you're a Twitter user you may have heard of the drama between noted author Kola Boof, Kimora Lee and her soon-to-be ex-husband Djimon Hounsou.

Ms. Boof, whose claim to fame is she once slept with Osama bin Laden, claims Djimon blew her back out, but Djimon says he's never met the woman.

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She was not scheduled to be a surprise guest on Nicki Minaj's set at the Hot 97 Summer Jam. Rumors swirled that Lauryn Hill and Nas were supposed to come out while Nicki was onstage, but Nicki pulled out of the event after Nicki and her boss, Lil Wayne, took offense to Peter Rosenberg, of Hot 97's morning show, dissing Nicki's attempt at pop music on her last album.

That's a sore spot for Nicki because she thought she was a crossover star, but her album sales were flat when the pop world (read: Caucasians) didn't embrace her new music.

Despite Nicki's departure, the show went on with Lauryn and Nas performing without Nicki.

In a statement on her official twitter account, Ms. Lauryn tweeted:

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Facebook is in big trouble.

First, the much-hyped initial public offering of Facebook stock barely cracked its launch price of $38 on May 18 before plummeting to $26 today.

And now shareholders are accusing the world's #1 social network of vastly overestimating the value of its stock by claiming to be worth more than Microsoft, Kraft Foods and Ford Motor company.

Small shareholders, who lost millions on the first day of the IPO launch, are screaming foul amid a flurry of lawsuits and complaints. It seems that Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg knew his company didn't have the revenue to justify his $1 billion valuation.

The shareholders accuse 28-year-old Zuckerberg of dumping millions of shares of his own stock for a billion dollar profit before the IPO launched.

And now, in what some are seeing as a desperate move, Facebook has announced it is developing technology to allow children under 13 access to the network.

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