TI in barber chair

Feminists are up in arms about comments made by rapper-turned-hood spokesman T.I. Harris in defense of fellow rapper Nelly.

Nelly was arrested following a sexual romp with a fan on his tour bus near Auburn, WA on Saturday. The 42-year-old "Hot in Herre" rapper was later released without charges.

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Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama says Republicans are "literally gray and white," and Americans should "mix it up" and elect more blacks, gays and women to Congress.

Mrs. Obama made the statements during a guest appearance at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Tuesday.

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President Trump

NFL players reacted with rage on Friday after President Trump told NFL bosses to fire players who protest and disrespect the American flag during games.

Trump commented in response to reports that player protests have resulted in low TV ratings and half empty stadiums.

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Funky Dineva

Social media is an untapped source of gullible women who are willing to pay a rumored crackhead $100 to hear him teach them how to live like a rich white woman off other people's coins.

Thank goodness there are YouTubers like Alexander Rodgers to set those women straight.

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Charlamagne tha god

Kylie Jenner desperately needed a distraction to divert your attention away from her boyfriend's extracurricular activities with lady boys. So she devised a plan to braid her hair in cornrows -- knowing that her ethnic hairstyle would send Black Twitter into a frenzy, just enough so you will forgot all about Tyga's cross-dresser fetish.

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Dexter Thomas

The LA Times is making headlines for hiring a reporter to cover the influential social media collective known as Black Twitter.

You know you've arrived when a major newspaper outlet hires a singular reporter solely to cover the rantings and ratchet musings of a minority group on social media.

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Bow Wow and Angela Simmons

Former rap artist-turned-actor Shad Moss, formerly known as Bow Wow, weighed in on the controversy surrounding Houston Rockets star James Harden.

As you know, Harden requested the services of a professional groupie who took post-coital selfies of him in bed beside her while he napped.

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Snoop Dogg

Add Snoop Dogg's name to the list of critics who object to the liberal media's attempts to normalize Bruce Jenner's mental disorder.

The 43-year-old rap mogul took to his Instagram account today to slam the media for glorifying their "science project', Bruce Jenner, while failing to give recognition to selfless acts of kindness by other stars.

Click below to see what Snoop had to say.

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Pop legend Prince Rogers Nelson held a 2-hour marathon concert in Baltimore to honor Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who died in police custody on April 19.

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Dolce and Gabbana

Aging singer/songwriter Elton John is calling for a worldwide boycott of openly gay clothing designers Dolce and Gabbana. The openly gay father-of-two who is "married" to his longtime partner, David Furnish, was incensed when he heard about Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce's definition of a traditional family.

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Mike Ditka

Former NFL coach and television sports analyst Mike Ditka is taking sides in the ongoing national debate over the shooting death of Missouri teenager Mike Brown at the hands of a former Ferguson police officer.

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Video

Here's a parody video of the controversial "I'm not GAY no more" video that seemed to upset straights and gays alike. For some reason people have a hard time believing a gay man can turn his life around and decide not to give in to his unnatural urges.

If you notice, the criticism and outrage is almost entirely aimed at black gay men who convert back to heterosexual.

Society seems to have an easier time dealing with black men who are gay or cross dressers. They'd rather see strong black men as limp wrested caricatures of what black men should be.

So when a gay black man decides to turn his life around and go straight, he is met with hatred and mistrust. Black women like this one here question his sincerity -- as if it's so difficult to believe that a man wants to be what he was born to be: a man.

Watch the parody and the original videos below.

Catcalls

Last week a viral video stirred heated debate about men's first amendment rights and women's rights to feel safe while walking down the street. The race-baiting video featured an average looking Caucasian woman sauntering down the seedier side of NYC for 10 hours while receiving over 100 catcalls and wolf whistles from black and Hispanic men.

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Funny Or Die

The debate rages on over the 'Catcalls' race-baiting video featuring an average looking woman who took a walk on the wild side of New York City wearing tight clothing -- and then complained about the attention she received from black and Latino men. Comedy troupe Funny Or Die filmed a parody video in response to the self-centered, attention-seeking woman in the 'catcalls' video.

Hilarity ensues after the break:

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Charlo Greene

A TV reporter who was reportedly high on marijuana quit her position after hurling profanity live on the air. Alaska reporter Charlo Greene made her shocking exit after admitting she was the owner of a marijuana club.

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