@Clorox stirred up a hornet’s nest on social media platform Twitter.com last night by tweeting what appeared to be a whitewashed bottle of Clorox along with the caption, “New emojis are alright but where’s the bleach.”
Clorox was referring to Apple releasing its new iOS 8.3 with an updated list of new multicultural (minorities) Emojis.
Beyonce and her philandering husband, rapper Jay Z, are at war again. This time the couple are on the outs over a secret cell phone that Jay Z reportedly kept hidden from Bey so he could remain in contact with his side pieces and his protege, Bajan singer Rihanna.
The North Charleston, SC police officer who shot a fleeing man in the back was fired from the police force. Former police officer Michael Slager, 33, was arrested and charged with murder in the shooting death of Walter L. Scott, 50. A video taken by a bystander captured the murder.
The thuggery in the NBA continues. According to published reports Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland and his girlfriend were stabbed outside popular New York City nightclub 1 OAK on Tuesday night.
The stars turned out Tuesday night for the Atlanta premiere of the comedy film Brotherly Love, starring Keke Palmer, Cory Hardrict, Romeo Miller, Faizon Love, Malik Yoba, Teyana Taylor (in a very minor role), and the very talented Sheneka Adams in a non-speaking role.
The fictional film is about the life of the nation’s number one high school basketball player Sergio Taylor (Eric D. Hill, Jr.) as he handles fame while trying to avoid the pitfalls of Philly street life.
Pictured above, L-R: Julito McCullum, Cory Hardrict, Keke Palmer, Lil JJ, and Eric D. Hill, Jr.
Photo by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net
Gayle King and Robin Roberts Named to THR’s 35 Most Powerful People in Media List (Oprah Was Left Off the List)
‘CBS This Morning’ co-anchor Gayle King, left, and ‘Good Morning America’ co-anchor Robin Roberts are 2 of only 4 blacks named to The Hollywood Reporter’s list of the Top 35 Most Powerful People in media.
Remarkably, the woman whose coattails King rode to the top — Oprah Winfrey — was left off the list.
A woman can’t raise a boy to be a man, but she can sure teach him how to Love and respect other women. That’s the beautiful legacy Donda West leaves behind. Sadly, Donda West passed away in 2007 from complications related to cosmetic surgery. But by appreciating and respecting her son, Kanye West‘s art, she taught him to see her beauty and kindness in others.
President Barack Obama infuriated Christians everywhere by referring to them as “less than loving” during a speech he gave at the annual Prayer Breakfast Tuesday in Washington, D.C.