Philadelphia police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man who abducted a nurse just a few blocks from her home late Sunday night.
Last week a viral video stirred heated debate about men’s first amendment rights and women’s rights to feel safe while walking down the street. The race-baiting video featured an average looking Caucasian woman sauntering down the seedier side of NYC for 10 hours while receiving over 100 catcalls and wolf whistles from black and Hispanic men.
Singer Chris Brown went on an Estrogen-fueled rant on Instagram in response to something that was said about him on daytime talk show The Real today.
Socialite Amber Rose, comedian Kevin Hart, actor Tyrese Gibson and rapper Too Short were spotted rocking the latest Louis Stewart backpacks and fitted caps! Louis Stewart products would make a great gift for the man in your life!
Atlanta Hawks CEO and part-owner Steve Koonin, left, presented rapper Tip “T.I.” Harris, center, with an expensive Audemars Piguet timepiece backstage before the Hawks home opener on Saturday. Koonin was very appreciative of T.I. for helping to save the Hawks after that messy racial incident involving former owner Bruce Levenson. Other celebs in the house included reality TV stars Tameka Harris, Kandi and Todd Tucker, and rapper 2 Chainz.
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According to published reports, recording executive Suge Knight was hospitalized after passing out in his jail cell. Knight’s attorney, Richard Schonfeld said the 49-year-old Death Row Records co-founder is under observation after complaining of chest pain and dizziness.
As some of you know, washed up rapper Tyga allegedly hacked his baby mama Blac Chyna’s Twitter.com social media account over the weekend. I am not here for any of this childish nonsense. But I recognize that some of you get your life from this silliness. So have at it.
Many thanks to blogger Cottenkandi.com for taking the time out of her busy schedule to piece all of this pettiness together — and make sense out of it for those of us who can’t be bothered with social media shenanigans.
You are probably among the millions of black women who buy your hair weave extensions from a salon, beauty supply store, or out of the trunk of a car. It’s no surprise that beauty supply stores that cater to black women are the #1 importers of hair weave from China.
But have you ever stopped to wonder where your hair weave extensions come from?
After noticing inconsistencies in the hair extensions she purchased for her clients, Riqua Hailes, owner of Just Extensions hair extension bar in Los Angeles, decided to go on an odyssey to Asia to see for herself where the hair comes from.