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Kevin Samuels' untimely death last week came as a shock to his fans and his enemies.

Samuels, 56, made a small fortune disparaging Black women in videos on his YouTube channel. Samuels died of an apparent cardiac arrest on the morning of Thursday, May 5.

Once Samuels' death was confirmed late Thursday, Black women took to social media to celebrate his passing.

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Fatherless men who uplifted Samuels as their hero and father figure lashed out at the women for celebrating online.

Rapper T.I. rushed to Samuels' defense, saying the relationship guru is being bullied in death.

In a video on Instagram, the aspiring comedian called Black women "Grouchy, miserable, despicable mutha------s."

"Y'all bullying a dead man basically," he said.

"You're ganging up on a dead man. Sh-t is... a travesty of justice. I can't stand it. I can't stand it. I ain't gon' let y'all bully this dead man. Let this man rest in peace. Whatever he did, he did it and he gone."


 
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YouTuber Kevin Samuels passed away on Thursday morning at age 56, his family confirmed.

News of his untimely death swept through Black Twitter like a tornado. His name was a trending topic on Twitter and many tweets featured Black women celebrating his demise.

Samuels allegedly earned millions from his misogynistic videos on YouTube where he had a following of over 1.4 million subscribers.

According to Famous Wealthy People, Samuels had a net worth of $4 million in November 2021. He allegedly reported an income of $10 million on his 2021 taxes in April 2022.

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Samuels spent his money lavishly on designer clothes, shoes, cologne, and Rolexes. He owned a fleet of cars including a Lamborghini, Mercedes AMG G 63, and a Tesla Model X.

Samuels worked a 9-5 job before promoting himself as a lifestyle consultant and coach. He reportedly charged his clients a fee of $1,400 an hour.

Samuels reviewed cologne on his YouTube channel in the early days before going viral during the pandemic in 2020.

The self-proclaimed "image consultant" and relationship guru made his fortune by disparaging Black women and spewing misogynistic stereotypes about their weight and looks.

He went easier on his male followers by encouraging them to achieve the lofty goal of high value men.

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Samuels was a hit with insecure men who modeled their own personalities after his.

Days before he died, The Root published a scathing article titled "When Will Kevin Samuels Finally Be Canceled?."

In the article, writer Candace McDuffie asked, "Why does Kevin Samuels continue to have a platform when it's built on the backs of women he hates?"

She noted that Samuels called women who are 35 and unmarried "leftovers".

On Thursday, McDuffie changed the title of her article to "Controversy Follows Kevin Samuels."

Samuels was twice divorced and leaves behind an adult daughter. He was born in Atlanta, and will be buried during a private service in Oklahoma City.
 
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The Root published a blistering editorial about YouTuber Kevin Samuels titled "When Will Kevin Samuels Finally Be Canceled?"

The writer, Candace McDuffie, asked: "Why does Kevin Samuels continue to have a platform when it's built on the backs of the women he hates?"

Samuels, who calls himself an "image consultant", is a vindictive, anti-woman vlogger who dispenses misogynistic advice and degrades Black women on his YouTube channel.

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McDuffie was offended that Samuels, 56, referred to women who are 35 and unmarried as "leftovers."

"If you have made it to 35 and you are unmarried, you are a leftover woman," he said last week. "You are what is left. Men know that there is likely something wrong with you. Whether you want to hear it or not, I'm going to go there with you. I'm telling you the truth that you don't want to hear."

McDuffie writes:

"Samuels himself is 56, twice divorced and currently unmarried yet somehow he — and all men — are excluded from this logic. Despite data proving single and childless women are the happiest population subgroup, the self-proclaimed influencer still voices his deep-seated contempt for us. Statements like these reinforce sexist beliefs that we alone carry the burden and shame of singledom. Not to mention, Black women are constantly being reminded about the discriminatory nature of modern-day dating."

She continues:

"We are the least likely to be approached on dating apps and for years have been barraged with statistics claiming that we are the group also least likely to marry. Samuels not only plays on the hysteria that a woman's greatest fear is being single — he amplifies it. For Black women, his words are even more damning."

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According to more than 70 current and former staffers, Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver is an unrepentant racist who drops the N-word often.

Sarver, who also owns the WNBA's Mercury, is pictured above with WNBA player Shay Murphy.

According to the report, Sarver once told 2 basketball operations staffers to find local strippers willing to get impregnated by NBA players. He allegedly wanted the players to be motivated to remain in Phoenix close to their offspring.

The shocking details were hashed out in a bombshell report published Thursday by ESPN's Baxter Holmes.

"The level of misogyny and racism is beyond the pale," one Suns co-owner told ESPN about Sarver. "It's embarrassing as an owner."

"There's literally nothing you could tell me about him from a misogynistic or race standpoint that would surprise me," another former Suns basketball executive told ESPN.

Among the sordid details included in the report are:

  • Sarver made inappropriate comments, including discussing when his wife performed oral sex on him.
  • Sarver used racial slur to explain to a staffer why he preferred hiring Lindsey Hunter, who is Black, over Dan Majerle as head coach in 2013.
  • Sarver once asked a female employee whether he "owned" her to determine if she was a Suns employee.

 

Sarver, through his attorneys, acknowledged dropping the n-word once many years ago, but he said other allegations in the report are untrue.

When the reports were made public on October 22, the Suns issued a statement, saying they "urge everyone not to rush to judgement here. Especially based on lies, innuendo, and a false narrative to attack our organization and its leadership."

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Brianna Hamblin has a problem most women would envy: she is blessed with striking beauty and light eyes that make her irresistible to men.

Hamblin's beauty is a blessing and a curse. She complains that she is constantly getting hit on by men at work in the field.

Hamblin is a reporter for Spectrum Local News in Rochester, NY, formerly CBS19.

Despite not dressing provocatively, and not wearing too much makeup, Hamblin is constantly getting hit on.

She took to Twitter to explain her dilemma:

"Being hit on and harassed as a woman, especially as a woman reporter out in the field, happens so often you learn how to roll with it or ignore it. This time it happened to be recorded only seconds before my hit. There are A LOT of things wrong with this."

The video, which includes profanity, is going viral on Twitter.

Hamblin gets cat calls from men even though her cameraman, Scott Barstow, is standing right there.

Scott empathized with Hamblin.

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The same giddy women who helped catapult YouTuber Kevin Samuels to stardom now want him gone from the Internet.

Samuels - a self-described relationship expert - made a name for himself by making degrading comments about Black women.

Now his critics want him gone for galvanizing "men of all races and nationalities in the outspoken hatred of women."

Over 12,000 people signed a petition on Change.org calling for Samuels' removal from social media platforms.

The petition claims Samuels' rhetoric has inspired men to commit "Acts of violence, sexually predatory behavior and even death" against women.

"Women feel unsafe in the presence of men who identify with his ideology and have even been berated while going about their daily lives, (yes, even while at work), with criticisms that have been spoken directly from Mr. Samuels’ mouth. The very words that were spoken on social media platforms have permeated every facet of daily life for unsuspecting women."

 

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A viral video shows Biden getting into a heated confrontation with an auto worker while touring the Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit, Michigan on Tuesday, March 10.

When the worker asked Biden to clarify whether he would take away union worker's guns, Biden told the man, "You're full of sh*t!"

Seeing that the confrontation would not end well for Biden, a female campaign aide tried to move him along. But Biden put his hand in her face and told the woman of color, "SHUSH! shush!"

Clearly his aide is used to being shushed and put in her place by her boss, who is showing signs of dementia.

One can only imagine the indignation and outrage coming from the left if President Trump told a woman to shush. Some in the mainstream media even suggested Biden, 77, was correct to silence his subordinate while he's talking.

The incident occurred hours before Biden pulled off major primary wins over Bernie Sanders in Missouri, Michigan and Mississippi on Tuesday night.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms again endorsed Biden, during a speech at a church in DeKalb County, Georgia on Sunday night.
 

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Future Hendrix drew scorn on Black Twitter when he posted an image of Instagram model girlfriend Lori Harvey and objectified her body.

The 38-year-old rapper angered feminists on Black Twitter when he shared a graphic photo of Lori relaxing in the nude by the side of a pool.

The father-of-8 posted an image of Lori's exposed butt cheeks, and he captioned the image "Proud of u. #lifeisgood."

Future shared the image on Instagram.com not long after his ex-fiancé Ciara's husband Russell Wilson shared a photo of Future and Ciara's son in his Little League baseball uniform.

Wilson captioned the image: "OPENING DAY of Little League! So much fun! Proud of you growing up #BestDays."

Future often stalks Russell and Ciara's social media timelines and he often throws subtle digs at them out of petty jealousy or depression.

Question: Is Future being petty and disrespectful to Lori?
 

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Rapper Snoop Dogg apologized again a week after his half-hearted apology to journalist Gayle King did not go over well.

The rapper called King a "b*tch" and encouraged his followers to send death threats to King, 65, after she asked former WNBA player Lisa Leslie to comment on Kobe Bryant's 2003 rape allegations.

Snoop Dogg's comments sparked a firestorm of controversy that ended with former President Barack Obama's White House advisor Susan Rice telling the rapper to "back the **** off" and threatening to send an army to gather him.

Snoop, real name Calvin Broadus, Jr., apologized in an Instagram video on Wednesday, claiming his mother made him see the error of his ways.

"Had a talk with my momma thank u mamma," he captioned the video. "2 wrongs don't make it right time to heal... @gayleking Peace... n love Praying for u and your family as well as Vanessa and the kids."

In the video, Snoop Dogg said, "I should have handled it way different than that, I was raised way better than that, so I would like to apologize publicly for the language that I used and calling you out your name and just being disrespectful," he said.

Snoop apologized again after his reality show co-host Martha Stewart commented on his disrespectful behavior this week.
 

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The ongoing attacks on television journalist Gayle King sparked the hashtag #IStandWithGayle on Twitter.com on Sunday.

The drama started when CBS released a promo clip for King's interview with former WNBA star Lisa Leslie, 47.

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King, 65, came under fire when she asked Leslie to comment on Kobe Bryant's 2003 rape allegation. Bryant, 41, died tragically with his daughter, Gianna, and seven others in a helicopter crash last month.

Bryant was accused of raping a 19-year-old desk clerk at a Colorado resort. The charges were dropped after the woman accepted an out-of-court settlement and refused to testify.

Bryant released a statement acknowledging he may have submitted the teenager to sexual activity without her consent.

Rapper Snoop Dogg incurred the wrath of intellectuals and women's rights advocates when he threatened King, which encouraged his followers to make death threats against King.

Snoop later backtracked, saying he meant no harm to King. Snoop, who was acquitted of murder, added he is "non-violent".

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Rich the Kid penned an open letter to his girlfriend Tori Brixx after he objectified her at the 2019 American Music Awards.

The Atlanta rapper was heavily criticized for pawing and slobbering all over the busty 29-year-old Instagram model on the red carpet.

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Many said the disgraceful misogynistic display was not in keeping with the family-oriented music awards.

On Wednesday, Rich apologized to Tori, saying he was "under the influence" when he treated her like a human blow up doll on the red carpet.

In a photo caption, the 27-year-old rapper wrote:

"My life is everything with you & nothing without, I love you more than anything on earth I want to sincerely apologize for my behavior this weekend I was either drunk or high but that still does not excuse it. I would never disrespect my wife in any way or any day I can only treat with utmost respect for being the women Of my dreams & the best mother to our child."

Rich, who was born Dimitri Roger, is among hip-hop's sub genre of mumble rappers. He is best known for his hits "Plug Walk" and "New Freezer" off his debut album The World Is Yours.