Celebrities have united to call for a one-day retail boycott. Celebs such as Russell Simmons have taken to social media to urge their followers not to spend money on Black Friday, Nov. 28 — the day when Americans traditionally kick off their Christmas shopping.
The national news media expects us to destroy our own neighborhoods. What they don’t expect is for us to organize and use our trillion-dollar buying power to negatively impact the economy.
17-year-old Chicago rapper Tink must be a huge Beyonce fan. Tink apparently used a photo of Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy, for the cover of her social commentary track, “Tell the Children”.
The track begins with a man’s voice yelling, “Don’t shoot!”
Rapper Killer Mike was displeased with a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to bring charges against retired Ferguson, MO. police officer Darren Wilson for the execution-style murder of teenager Mike Brown.
Politicians like Rudy Giuliani are revealing their racial bias with more frequency now that a biracial man is in the White House. Giuliani didn’t bite his tongue when he came to the defense of Darren Wilson, the racist Ferguson, MO. police officer who gunned down a black teenager in cold blood.
Disgraced Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson met with news anchors and reporters from 5 major news outlets at a secret location last week.
The LA Lakers front office handed coach Mike Brown his walking papers after just 5 games.
The Lakers landed at the bottom of the NBA Western Conference with a dismal 1-4 record after breaking the bank to sign Steve Nash and Dwight Howard.
Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant reportedly expressed frustration with Brown’s coaching strategy in the days leading up to his sacking. Bryant’s angry stare at Brown in the closing seconds of the Lakers’ loss to Utah on Nov. 7 set tongues wagging.
Brown becomes the 3rd Lakers head coach to lose his job due to Kobe’s tantrums.