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Black Twitter is furious that Rihanna plans to honor Twitter activist Shaun King at her Diamond Ball gala this year. The Diamond Ball gala raises funds for education and emergency response programs in third world and developing countries, according to the foundation's website.

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An old photo that shows a young Khloe Kardashian walking 4 Black women on dog leashes has resurfaced on social media. Black Twitter unearthed the photo after Khloe, 34, blamed a Black woman for breaking up her relationship with promiscuous NBA star Tristan Thompson.

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Nipsey Hussle

Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle was forced to defend himself after disparaging gay men in an Instagram post about negative imagery of heterosexual black males in the media.

Critics took issue with Nipsey for a comment he wrote in the caption of an Instagram.com photo of well-dressed black males on Jan. 8.

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The members of the legendary R&B group New Edition were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 2017 BET Awards on Sunday. But their moment in the spotlight was nearly ruined by fools on Black Twitter who ruthlessly mocked and taunted band member Ricky Bell's transparent hairline.

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Hillary Clinton

WikiLeaks email leaks continues to expose the dark side of Hillary Clinton's inner circle.

Did you know that a close friend of Clinton's was found guilty in Haiti of abducting children for a sex trafficking ring? Did you also know that Clinton used her influence in Haiti to help the woman?

You can read the sordid details here.

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Zoe Saldana

The Twitter reviews are in for the Nina Simone biopic trailer starring Zoe Saldana.

And, of course, Black Twitter's foolishness is on full display.

If you look past Saldana's black paint makeup or the fact that she can't sing (and some may argue she can't act), you will see that the movie does a decent job paying tribute to the Jazz legend.

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Beyonce and Kelly Rowland

Destiny's Child band member Kelly Rowland rushed to defend Beyonce Knowles following the backlash against Bey's Super Bowl 50 stunt on Sunday, Feb. 7.

Beyonce and her black clad dancers performed her single "Formation" during halftime at Super Bowl 50.

In addition to her usual twerking and hair swinging, Beyonce and her dancers paid tribute to Black Lives Matter and the sometimes violent Black Panther movement of the 1960s.

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Beyonce Knowles

There is a good bet that singer Beyonce Knowles will never be invited to perform at the Super Bowl again.

The 35-year-old singer angered sports fans and writers alike by using the influential sports platform to reveal her newfound activism.

"Beyoncé's Black Panthers show was ill-suited for Super Bowl," wrote NY Daily News writer Linda Stasi.

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LeBron James

Twitter activists are pressuring Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James to stage a sit out until the prosecutor's office indicts a cop for the murder of 12-year-old Tamir Rice last year.

On Monday, the prosecutor's office announced there would be no indictment against the cop who shot Tamir 2 seconds after exiting his patrol car on Nov. 22, 2014.

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Sandra Bland

The influential online collective known as Black Twitter has found a new cause célèbre to rally around.

Every other week the hashtag activists sounds the call to battle for what they believe is an injustice perpetrated against people of color by cops or the system. Usually the victims are minorities who wind up dead while in police custody.

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Dexter Thomas

The LA Times is making headlines for hiring a reporter to cover the influential social media collective known as Black Twitter.

You know you've arrived when a major newspaper outlet hires a singular reporter solely to cover the rantings and ratchet musings of a minority group on social media.

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Clorox tweets

@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.

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Bill de Blasio and Dante de Blasio

The executions of 2 uniformed police officers in Brooklyn has polarized the NYPD against NY Mayor Bill de Blasio.

A NY police union began calling for de Blasio to step down almost immediately after a deranged gang member executed 2 police officers on Saturday in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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Wendy Williams Show

Talk show Diva Wendy Williams executive produced the widely panned Aaliyah biopic TV movie that aired over the weekend. The backlash on Black Twitter ranged from casual disinterest to naked outrage. You would think Black Twitter users were related to Aaliyah the way they reacted.

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Blue Ivy Karrueche

Most good decent people have a moral line they will not cross. That line was crossed on BET's 106 & Park yesterday when guest host Karrueche Tran (Chris Brown's on-again, off-again concubine) disrespected Beyonce and Jay Z's daughter, Blue Ivy. Karrueche mentioned Blue Ivy's unkempt hair days in a skit which didn't go over well with the BET audience or Black Twitter, the monolithic, influential collective of opinionated black users on Twitter.com.

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Nelly

Black Twitter went IN on television pitchman Nelly for promoting Cheerios instead of commenting on the police shooting death of 18-year-old Mike Brown. Nelly's followers roasted the 39-year-old former rapper after he posted a photo of himself holding an "iced out" box of Cheerios on his Twitter.com account today. The unarmed Brown was shot to death after scuffling with a Ferguson, Mo. police officer on Saturday. Nelly and his family moved to nearby St. Louis, Mo. when he was a young boy, and he still owns a home in the area.

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Tweet Like Jaden Takes Over Twitter

Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith's children are not at all like your kids. In addition to being happily uneducated, Jaden and Willow think too much. Especially young Jaden, 16, who often waxes philosophically on Twitter.com about everything from soaking up energy from rocks to hugging trees.

So Black Twitter created the #TweetLikeJadenSmith hashtag to inspire more vapid, boring, thoughtless tweets like this one from Jaden today: "Do You Go To Sleep Excited To Wake Up The Next day?"

Check out the best of Black Twitter's #TweetLikeJadenSmith tweets after the break.

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