Tyler Perry

With Wednesday, April 4th being the 50th Anniversary of the assignation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., director and playwright Tyler Perry reflects on the Civil Right’s Leader’s legacy and his brush with racial discrimination in the Deep South.

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Monique and Sidney Hicks

Bitter comedian and actress Mo’Nique is still on the warpath after asking her social media followers to boycott Netflix for offering her $500,000 to perform her standup comedy routine in a TV special.

Mo’Nique accused the online streaming giant of gender and race discrimination. She argued that other comics such as Chris Tucker and Amy Schumer were offered millions for their Netflix specials.

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Luther Vandross Patti LaBelle Wendy Williams

Swiss psychiatrist C.G. Jung said “Shame is a soul eating emotion”. Older millenials and some baby boomers are all too familiar with the burning fires of shame. The homosexual lifestyle is still considered sinful in the black community.

It is so sinful that some gays deny their homosexuality even to other homosexuals who live their lives openly.

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Hollywood’s biggest stars were on hand for Jennifer Lopez‘s One Voice: Somos Live! Disaster Relief Telethon and Concert to benefit hurricane victims in the southern United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The event took place at the Universal Studios Lot in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Joel Osteen

Tyler Perry angered his faithful fans by donating $250,000 to embattled prosperity preacher Joel Osteen, who caught heat for not opening the doors of his megachurch to Harvey flood victims sooner.

The producer-director posted a video to his Facebook page Thursday defending Pastor Osteen and announcing his plans to donate $1 million to those impacted by floods in Houston.

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