Posts Tagged: Black bloggers
As she nears 40, pop singer Beyonce paused to reflect on her surreal life in a heartfelt message to her loyal fanbase (known colloquially as the "BeyHive").
Jemele Hill's career as a sports blogger for ESPN is apparently over. Hill's contract will be terminated in September, according to media reporter James Miller.
MSNBC anchor Joy Reid, who earlier claimed someone hacked her blog and posted anti-gay comments, has been caught in a lie.
Joy Reid, host of the weekend MSNBC show “AM Joy,” claims her old blog was hacked after a Twitter.com user uncovered new anti-gay comments on Reid's blog.
A Conyers judge granted a 12-month mutual civil restraining order between blogger Michelle Brown, owner of StraightfromtheA.com, local drag queen TS Madison and rapper Khia Finch. The women filed a restraining order against Mr. Hinton after he threatened physical violence against them online.
All three were ordered not to have any contact or communication directly or via social media or on the Internet.
Blogger Michelle Brown, aka ATLien of StraightfromtheA.com, has had enough of the harassing behavior of video blogger TS Madison, who was born Timothy Maurice Hinton. Brown, pictured left, filed for a restraining order in the Conyers, Ga. courthouse last week.
Some of you may not be aware that there is a war ongoing between male-to-female (MtF) transgenders Ts Madison, Funky Dineva and bio female blogger Michelle Brown, aka ATLIEN of StraigtfromtheA.com.
SportsCenter anchor Cari Champion (left) and blogger Jemele Hill, both 42, attended the West Coast premiere of Black Panther, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. As you know, Ms. Hill was demoted from SportsCenter's 'The 6' after she violated company policy on more than one occasion.
Hill was suspended in October for her tweets on the NFL protests. She now blogs for ESPN's the Undefeated.
Jemele Hill is denying reports that she was demoted from SportsCenter and downgraded to blogging for ESPN's the Undefeated.
In a lengthy statement on Twitter.com, the outspoken former sports anchor claimed she is leaving SportsCenter because she asked to be a blogger.
"I have a few things to say," Hill tweeted on Saturday.
Outspoken ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill has been booted from her high-profile gig at ESPN's SportsCenter 'The 6'.
The news comes after the 41-year-old sports anchor was suspended by ESPN in October for badmouthing President Donald Trump and for urging her Twitter.com followers to boycott Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' sponsors.