dice game

A drawing of Barack and Michelle Obama watching Martin Luther King and Malcolm X playing a dice game is raising a ruckus on social media. The drawing shows former President Obama and the late civil rights leaders holding wads of cash while watching former NBA player Allen Iverson roll the dice.

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Stars attend Chris Brown concert

The city was buzzing with excitement this weekend. Singer Chris Brown was set to perform live during an Atlanta gay pride event.

But then the news broke that Brown was a no-show for his scheduled performance at the Georgia Freight Depot nightclub.

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Damon Wayans

Comedian and actor Damon Wayans is hitting back at criticism over comments he made about the Bill Cosby rape allegations.

During an interview with Power 105.1's the Breakfast Club on Friday, Wayans defended Cosby.

I don’t believe he was raping.” Wayans said, “I think he was in relationships with all of them.” Wayans 55, joked that the women turned on Cosby when he was done with them; “They’re like, ‘Oh, really? RAPE.’”

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Shaun King

Caucasian Black Lives Matter agitator Shaun King continues to lie about his race.

In a post on the Daily Kos blog on Thursday, King threw his own mother under the bus, portraying her as a promiscuous slut who slept around on her husband.

King wrote he knows he's black because he "feels" black. Where have we heard that line before?

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Bruce Jenner

Bruce Jenner was a very unpopular man during the live telecast of ABC's ESPY Awards on Wednesday night. Outraged Twitter users slammed the 65-year-old former Olympian for accepting the Arthur Ashe courage award for being a cross-dresser.

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