Former Disney star Zendaya Coleman has apparently learned the hard way that she shouldn’t wear fake dreadlocks extensions just because her father wears dreads. Contrary to popular belief, dreadlocks are not a fashion statement. Dreadlocks are a symbol of spiritual growth and should not be taken lightly by Americans.
UPDATED with Kelly Osbourne’s response and Zendaya’s full statement below.
Mixed race actress/singer Zendaya Coleman did not take kindly to the offhand remarks made about her ethnic hairstyle which she wore on the red carpet at the Oscar Awards on Sunday. Zenday’s hairstyle combined her good hair with hair weave in a braided dreadlocks style made popular in America by the late reggae superstar Bob Marley and other Caribbean natives.
The New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in Super Bowl 49 on Sunday. Only one play stood between the favored Seahawks and their destiny as back-to-back Super Bowl champs. Then something strange happened; something that has never happened before in the annals of Super Bowl history when a team is on the 1-yard line with the best running back in the NFL in their backfield. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw an interception instead of handing the ball off to Marshawn Lynch.
Read the Tweets after the break and weep if you’re a Seahawks fan.
Miss Colombia was crowned Miss Universe at the Doral Resort in Miami Sunday night, but Miss Jamaica was the clear winner in the hearts of social media users.
Potential presidential candidate Mike Huckabee doesn’t like pop singer Beyonce — and for good reason. Huckabee believes Beyonce is a poor role model for young girls who struggle with self confidence and a low sense of self-worth. Some young girls, who can’t identify with Bey’s over-sexualized self image, are made to feel inferior and worthless in the eyes of their peers.
Critics of VH1’s controversial reality TV series ‘Sorority Sisters’ may have won a victory thanks to their grass roots online campaign to target VH1’s advertisers.
Bill Cosby‘s TV wife Phylicia Rashad is backing away from statements she allegedly made to gossip columnist Roger Friedman.
Friedman quoted Rashad as saying “forget those women,” referring to the women who accused Cosby of drugging them and having his way with them.
In an interview with ABC News, Rashad said Friedman misquoted her.