Frank Ski Bishop Eddie Long

Radio mogul Frank Ski is speaking out in defense of Bishop Eddie Long who died Sunday at age 63.

In an interview with AJC.com’s Buzz blog, Ski said when he returned to V-103 last year, one of the first people to call him was longtime friend Bishop Eddie Long.

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Kim Burrell

The fallout continues over gospel singer Kim Burrell‘s hate filled sermon denouncing down low homosexuals in the church. Burrell, 44, has lost her radio show after her bosses took exception to a video of the singer calling homosexuals “perverts” and warning gays will die in 2017.

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Susan Olsen

Susan Olsen, the youngest star of ’70s TV sitcom The Brady Bunch, was fired from a radio gig for using a gay slur toward a guest.

Olsen, who co-hosts a┬áLos Angeles-based radio show, upset one of her guests, openly gay actor Leon Acord-Whiting, by supporting President-elect Donald Trump on her “Two Chicks Talkin’ Politics” radio program.

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Jaheim

R&B singer Jaheim, right, threatened to do bodily harm to radio and Twitter personality Charlamagne Tha God for making fun of his hair.

If anyone should be sensitive about receding hairlines or premature baldness, it’s Charlamagne, 36, who bleaches his skin due to self-hate issues.

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hillary clinton

Hillary Clinton caused outrage when she joked that she carries hot sauce in her bag, like singer Beyonce.

The 68-year-old politician told Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club that she always carries a bottle of hot sauce in her bag, like Beyonce sang about in her “Formation” song.

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Khia and Funky Dineva

Queen Khia went all the way IN on troubled blogger Funky Dineva during a no-holds barred radio interview in Atlanta on Tuesday.

Khia, who is best known for her rap song “My Neck, My Back”, dragged Dineva unmercifully in a profanity-laced read on ARS Atlanta radio.

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