Despite being a big draw at the box office for Sony Pictures, actor/comedian Kevin Hart is not well liked in the executive board room.
In 2005, the NBA implemented a strict dress code to combat image problems caused by young black players wearing hip hop attire popularized by street dealers and rap stars. The dress code called for NBA players to wear “business casual” attire before and after NBA games — even if a player was sitting on the bench.
But before last night’s Cavaliers vs Brooklyn Nets game at the Barclays Center, Cleveland Cavaliers stars LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, as well as members of the Brooklyn Nets, donned black t-shirts bearing the words “I can’t breathe,” to support the family of Eric Garner who was suffocated by a NYPD police officer.
Friend of the blog Shannon Brown is out of a job again. According to published reports, the Miami Heat waived Brown to make room for a 7-foot D league center.
President Barack Obama and the Democratic party suffered a massive blow during the midterm elections on Tuesday.
Despite opening the borders and busing in large numbers of illegal voters from Mexico and Honduras, the Democrats still lost key Senate seats in Iowa, North Carolina, Colorado, Arkansas, South Dakota, Montana and West Virginia — allowing the Republicans to seize control of the Senate for the first time in 8 years.
There is more evidence that rapper Nicki Minaj has ended her ex-boyfriend’s dependency on her.
You are probably among the millions of black women who buy your hair weave extensions from a salon, beauty supply store, or out of the trunk of a car. It’s no surprise that beauty supply stores that cater to black women are the #1 importers of hair weave from China.
But have you ever stopped to wonder where your hair weave extensions come from?
After noticing inconsistencies in the hair extensions she purchased for her clients, Riqua Hailes, owner of Just Extensions hair extension bar in Los Angeles, decided to go on an odyssey to Asia to see for herself where the hair comes from.
An average looking woman wearing tight jeans and a tight top was filmed getting over 100 ‘catcalls’ from men while silently walking through NYC for 10 hours. Nothing those men did or said was unusual or inappropriate for heterosexual men. And yet the YouTube video has garnered over 6 million views in just 24 hours.