A well-known hip-hop artist and activist has joined the board at a popular Atlanta museum. Musician and activist Michael Render, known as Killer Mike, has joined the board of the High Museum of Art along with three other community leaders including Jean Hanges, Keinon Johnson, and David Park. Killer Mike and the other new members join the 85-person Board of Directors for a three-year term. READ MORE
A lot of women pressured to change have run and received “Killer Curves” illegal black market butt shots in their past and over the years it has taken a toll on their health. Killer Curves Anivia Cruz and Fitness Expert Jenelle Salazar-Butler bravely shared their horror stories of illegal injections live with Big Tigger. View photos here! READ MORE
The eviction case involving Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy and his ex-girlfriend who was robbed and beaten during a home invasion at McCoy’s home last month is scheduled to be back in court Tuesday. READ MORE
Malaysia Pargo, star of VH1’s Basketball Wives throws lavish Moroccan themed birthday party in Atlanta with celebrity friends. Guest enjoyed fun entertainment of belly dancers to a soundtrack of music played by deejay E-Clazz.
Debra Antney, CEO of Mizay Entertainment and the mother of rapper Waka Flocka is using her platform to shed light on a serious issue. Her youngest son, Kay Redd, committed suicide in December 2013 as a result of a few issues, one being stress relating to internet interactions with people who disliked his more famous brother and mother. Deb shares her pain and recalls her youngest son defending his family on several occasions against people on the internet. She also talked about obtaining his computer after his death and seeing for herself exchanges between him and others on social media.