President Obama gave another impressive speech at Nelson Mandela’s memorial today. Along with First Lady Michelle Obama, The Bushes and The Clintons, President Obama hopped on Air Force 1 last night to make a moving speech at Mandela’s National Memorial service in South Africa today. Citizens and leaders from around the world gathered outside of Johannesburg at FNB Stadium, also known as Soccer City to remember the greatness of South Africa’s first black President. You can watch the speech below. Read More »
Drake is giving back to students at Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion High School. According to ABC News, the rapper recently stopped by the school to let the students know that he’s building them a recording studio so that anyone interested in music can pursue their dreams. Drake was motivated to get involved with Strawberry Mansion High after an ABC News report said it was labeled as one of the most dangerous schools in the nation. Drake explained he was “heavily affected” by the report and that it caused him to start questioning “major aspects” of his life. Check out the video of Drake surprising students at the school below. Read More »
The hip-hop world is mourning the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela. On Twitter, Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons calls the human rights leader
“an angel walking on this Earth…he was one of the greatest teachers this world has ever known.”
In addition, popular magazine The New Yorker paid tribute to the fallen leader as well. See what other members of the Hip Hop community had to say about the loss of this great leader below. Read More »
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary. South Africa’s president says Nelson Mandela has died at age 95. Jacob Zuma says “We’ve lost our greatest son,” South African President Jacob Zuma said in announcing Mandela’s death. Nelson Mandela served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. He was the first black South African to hold the office, and the first elected in a fully representative, multiracial election.
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Monday nights it’s all about the Celebs and Tastemakers that come out to continue moving and shaking, drinking, mixing and mingling down to the bar! You never know who you are going to see. Mr. Charles Barkley, T.I.P., Jeezy, Yung Joc, Ming Lee and Karlie Redd were spotted hanging out! Check out who else we saw Read More »
Not only did Glee’s Amber Riley win the Mirror Ball Trophy on Season 17 of Dancing With The Stars, she made history as the first African American woman to win ABC’s popular celebrity dance competition! She gave a lot of credit to her coach Derek Hough for believe in her and pushing her to be the best she could be! All through the season Amber wowed the audience and the judges with her precision, style, and grace! She literally started the competition setting the bar high for the other stars! Catch Amber and Derek’s final dance below as well as the party she had on the private plane to Good Morning America. Read More »
Don Cheadle is describing his Miles Davis biopics a “gangster pic”. Kill the Trumpet Player is about Miles Davis’ “silent period,” which was a six-year rut of inactivity between 1975 and 1981 that saw him sink to his lowest professional and personal depths with the legendary jazz player spending most of his time abusing drugs.. For a while the film had lacked studio backing and didn’t have a title. Read More »
Jamie Foxx has been a strong supporter of the case involving the late Trayvon Martin. He has given his vocal and financial support to bring awareness to the tragic death of the teenage. Over the weekend, Jamie Foxx hosted an event in the Trayvon’s honor with Harry Belafonte. Trayvon’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, and his father were both there along with Congresswoman Maxine Water, Lorenzo Tate, Tyrese, Marques Houston, and a few other celebs. You can see photos from the event below. Read More »
The big homie Sean “Diddy” Combs gives his fans a rare glimpse of his personal life with his latest Revolt TV segment in reference to his father’s story.
The music mogul and extraordinary entrepreneur used his extravagantly new music TV project Revolt TV as his platform on Wednesday to publicly discuss his late father, Melvin Combs. Read More »