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Freshman Michael Todd said he was bullied in school his whole life because his single mom didn't have enough money to buy new clothes for him to wear.

Todd was having a hard time fitting in at Martin Luther King Prep in Memphis, TN. He was bullied for wearing the same clothes to school every day.

"I don't really have clothes at home. My mom can't buy clothes for me because I'm growing too fast," he told Fox 13 in Memphis, TN.

After being bullied by ruthless classmates, two high school football players stepped in to help Todd out.

Kristopher Graham and Antwan Garrett surprised Todd by gifting him with bags of clothes and shoes from their own closets, according to Fox 13.

"I said, 'You know, we was in the same third period. I apologize for laughing at you and I want to give something to you to make it up,'" Graham told Fox 13 Memphis.

"I was shocked, completely… You guys are awesome," said Todd.

"It was a weak moment for me, I was crying," Garrett said.

"And then I almost cried when we had lunch, he told me, he was like, 'You know, you two the only two to actually ever give me a gift,'" Graham said.

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Rev Jasper Williams

A nephew of the late soul singer Aretha Franklin said the Franklin family did not approve of the eulogy given by Rev. Jasper W. Williams, Jr. at Aretha's star-studded, 8-hour funeral in Detroit on August 31.

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Tyrese Gibson is apologizing to black women for his emotional outbursts on social media.

The 38-year-old Fast & Furious star was raised by a single mother in the impoverished Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. For most of his adult life, Tyrese has exhibited signs of what experts call "Single Parent Syndrome". That's when a black man blames every black woman for his mother's failures.

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Actress January Jones admits she may not be the best man to raise a son. Jones made headlines in May when she said her 4-year-old son, Xander, already has his own "beauty routine" in the mornings.

The 38-year-old star of TV's Mad Men said she involved the boy in her daily "primping schedule".

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Tip Harris

Rap Titan Tip "T.I." Harris has a soft spot for children. T.I. is known for his benevolence and generosity at Christmas and year 'round. The father of 7 spread joy and Christmas cheer at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA), Dismas Charities halfway house and 10 single-mother families at Azalea Gardens Apartment Homes in West Atlanta.

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Mariza Ruelas

A California mom was arrested and treated like a common criminal for selling home cooked meals through a Facebook group.

Mariza Ruelas and other members of the 209 Food Spot Facebook group were busted in a yearlong undercover investigation by San Joaquin County officials.

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Catholic High School

A message to meddling moms from a Catholic high school in Little Rock, Arkansas, has gone viral on Facebook.com.

The message posted on a door at Catholic High School for Boys instructs moms to "TURN AROUND and exit the building" if they are bringing their sons' forgotten lunch, books, homework, etc.

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Rush Card users are going on 8 days without access to their cash due to a glitch in Rush Card's software. If you let Russell Simmons tell it, the problem should have been fixed by now.

Rush Card is a pre-paid predatory debit card for low income Americans who don't qualify for a traditional bank account.

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Michael Strahan

Empire star Taraji P. Henson and daytime talk show host Michael Strahan are romantically involved, according to published reports.

Taraji appeared on Strahan's popular talk show, Live with Kelly & Michael, last week. Insiders say that after the show's taping, Taraji and Michael went out on a date.

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Taraji P Henson and son Marcell Johnson

A police dashcam video seems to contradict actress Taraji P. Henson's claims that her son was racially profiled by police at USC.

The 40-minute video obtained by the Los Angeles Times shows that Glendale police followed proper procedure when Marcell Johnson was pulled over on Oct. 18.

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For some reason, Playboy magazine saw fit to give narcissist Azealia Banks a cover and a platform to express her mentally disordered thoughts. Banks, wearing an animal print one-piece, graces the April 2015 cover on newsstands Friday.

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This cute video is making the rounds on social media. The video shows a doting dad teaching his biracial toddler what to expect from a real man when she grows up.

Unfortunately, reality is the harshest teacher -- as the little girl will soon find out when she begins dating boys who were raised by today's single moms.

Watch the video after the break.

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Moniece Slaughter and son Cameron

Moniece Slaughter and son Cameron

Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood cast member Moniece Slaughter (Fizz's baby mama) was a trending topic on Twitter.com last night, after fighting with another cast member (Fizz's girlfriend).

When the season started I recall hearing that Fizz had full custody of his and Moniece's young son, Cameron. After viewing Moniece's Instagram page, it is easy to see why Fizz has full custody.

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Sherri Shepherd

Former 'The View' co-host Sherri Shepherd is not at all happy with the way she is being portrayed in the media. Shepherd's soon-to-be-ex-husband Lamar Sally aired her dirty laundry in a recent interview (for which he was paid an undisclosed sum of cash).

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Bill Cosby Talks to Don Lemon

Comedian and philanthropist Bill Cosby says there are some serious issues affecting black America and he knows how to solve them.

In an interview with CNN's Don Lemon, Cosby, 76, said black women are the majority head of households, and he wants to see more black men taking responsibility for their sons.

“I think it has to come from the universities,” he said. "I think, women, strongly because when you see 70 percent, in research, that says they are the leaders of the household, what we need is for people to realize I want to raise my kid. I want to go back and get my three kids. I want to take on that responsibility. I want to love my children.”

Cosby also criticized "no-gross" who don't provide solutions but are quick to blame him for focusing on the problems in the black community.

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