Black Twitter was concerned when photos of Charlize Theron surfaced online with her adopted daughter August whose left arm was in a sling. Some Twitter users wondered if Charlize encouraged the child to kiss her for a photo op after picking her up from school Monday afternoon.
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Superstar couple Beyonce and JAY-Z watched the sunset on a luxury yacht with friends and business partner Emory Jones in Miami last week. Earlier in the afternoon Beyonce was seen at the Four Season hotel with her beefed up security and her personal assistant. Beyonce wore ankle length Bo Derek braids while enjoying a refreshing drink!
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She’s pushing 50, but actress Queen Latifah says she’s ready to settle down and have a baby. The 47-year-old media mogul says she wants to keep her baby news a secret from her friends.
Pop singer Madonna posted an Instagram.com video of her adorable twin daughters, Stelle and Estere Ciccone, playing with their first Barbie dolls.
As you know, Madonna adopted the 4-year-old twins from Malawi, Africa earlier this year.
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins celebrated Women’s Day by sharing an Instagram photo of her adopted son, Chance Watkins.
Chance is 19 months old and he is talking already, according to the 46-year-old TLC original member.
TODAY show co-host Hoda Kotb has adopted a bouncing baby girl. The 52-year-old Egyptian news anchor posted an Instagram photo of her new baby girl on Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Global pop singer Madonna recently adopted twin girls from Malawi in East Africa.
Madonna brought her twin girls home to snowy New York City on Wednesday. The twins arrived in a limousine after driving slowly for 3 hours from the airport in blizzard-like conditions. It was the first time the girls had ever seen snow in their lives.
After denying published reports that she was adopting twin girls from Africa, pop singer Madonna finally comes clean. The 58-year-old superstar released an image of her adorable 4-year-old daughters, Esther and Stella. The image was digitally altered to conceal the children faces.
Actress Kristin Davis says the presidential elections left her feeling fearful for her adopted black daughter, Gemma Rose Davis.
“I am white. I have lived in white privilege. I thought I knew before adopting my daughter that I was in white privilege, that I understood what that meant,” said Davis while speaking at The Greene Space in New York City on Monday.
These images are floating all over social media today. The images show South African actress Charlize Theron emasculating her adopted son, Jackson, by dressing him like a girl.
According to one blogger, Jackson, 5, identifies as a transgender. The boy is seen wearing a striped dress and a cap with a blond ponytail attached.