Donald Sterling racist rant caught on tape

LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling is in hot water for a racist rant that was caught on tape. In an audio obtained by gossip tabloid TMZ.com, Sterling, who dates a mixed woman, is heard telling his GF he does not want her bringing black people to his NBA games -- including NBA legend Magic Johnson.

The conversation took place after Sterling's girlfriend, V. Stiviano, posted an Instagram.com photo of herself posing with Magic Johnson (she has since deleted the photo).

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Actress Britne Oldford walks to the set of Untitled Richard LaGravenese Project filming at A Voce in Columbus Circle in New York City

MTV 'Skins' star Britne Oldford never wears her hair in the same style twice. The 21-year-old Toronto native wears her hair curly, straight, wavy, long, short, shoulder length and all stages in between. Today, the Ravenswood star decided to step out as troubled pop idol Justin Bieber. Britne was spotted walking to the set of ABC's Untitled Richard LaGravenese drama filming at A Voce in Columbus Circle in New York City. Click the link to see what Britne normally looks like when she isn't going through another hair raising transformation.

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J Cole and Drake

Rapper J. Cole sparked controversy when he said President Obama wouldn't have been elected if his skin was dark.

In an interview with BET, Cole said 'colorism' brainwashes black people to see light skinned people as highly favored in the black community. As an example, Cole said President Obama's light skin helped him win the election in 2008.

"Barack Obama would not be President if he were dark skin," said Cole.

"That brainwashing that tells us that light skin is better, it’s subconsciously in us, whether we know it or not… still pursuing light skin women," said Cole.

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Tamera Mowry Shares Her Curly Hair Secrets

Don't you hate it when highly favored LSLH women pretend that their good hair isn't one of the benefits of their biracial heritage?

Let's face it, nappy hair is called nappy for a reason. It takes a good deal of effort (and strong chemicals) to tame our tight African curls.

For women like Tamera Mowry and her twin sister, Tia, half the battle is won because they inherited their soft, easy to manage curls from their white ancestors.

On her blog, Tamera suggests that everyone (even those of us with tight, hard to manage curls) can achieve her soft bouncy curls by simply drying our hair with a cotton tee instead of a towel which causes split ends.

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