The homie Dice hosted a fun VIEWING PARTY for La La’s Full Court Life Season 5 Premiere at Bar One. The new season is going to be so much fun and you all much tune in to the show and support my girls. Check out the fun I had below. READ MORE
Momma Dee held her own private Love and Hip Hop Atlanta viewing party where she invited all of her close family and friends. This was a big night for my girl Momma Dee as she plans to step out of the box with her character and showcase the majesty of the throne.
Momma Dee had the lovely Shay Johnson her other daughter in the house, Momma Pain (T-Pain’s Momma), my home girl Da Brat, and the love her life her son SCRAPPY.
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Jim Beam Spirits Takes Over “The Great Escape” Mixtape Release Party Hosted by DJ Scream, DJ Nina 9, and DJ Spinz
The big homie Jim Beam Spirits took over the world-famous DARP Studios mixtape release party for the Kentucky born artist Zach Farlow. The homies DJ Scream of Maybach Music Group, DJ Nina 9 of SiriusXM Hip Hop Nation, and DJ Spinz hosted the “the Great Escape” Mixtape Release Party .
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“Atlanta Exes” reality TV show cast member Torrei Hart hosted a star-studded 6th birthday party for their son, Hendrix Hart, along with her ex comedian Kevin Hart. The lavish birthday party was held at Torrei’s Los Angeles home. Celebrity guests included Boris Kodjoe (Real Husbands of Hollywood), Niecy Nash, Big Boy (Radio Personality), Laura and Gloria Govan (formerly of ‘Basketball Wives’), Jada Paul(Chris Paul’s wife), Keisha Epps (Omar Epps Wife), and Christina Johnson (Cee Lo’s ex wife, rumored cast mate of Hollywood Exes Atlanta). Check out the photos. Shout out to The Jasmine Brand for the scoop! 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
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced Thursday to 28 years in prison for corruption. That’s an epic fall from the top. Check out the details below. READ MORE
Fifty years ago, a black boy could be arrested, beaten and killed for raising his eyes to admire the beauty of a white woman. Fifty years ago, a man could be thrown in jail, beaten or killed for attempting to exercise their God given right to vote. Fifty years ago, a type of terrorism rooted in ignorance and hate plagued the moral fabric of this great country, making it impossible for a man or woman of color to be anything but hunted, oppressed and belittled each and every day of their lives.
Luckily for us, fifty years ago, these same victims refused to be victims of this country’s terrorism any longer. They instead, chose to band together as one to peacefully fight for their rights as United States citizens. Many were arrested, spit on, kicked, punched, sprayed with water hoses, and killed in the nonviolent fight for equality. The fight was bloody, tiring, and just when they felt as though they had had enough, just when they thought all hope was lost, their leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dared to tell them of his dream at one of the largest political rallies for rights in United States history.
The March On Washington for Jobs and Freedom took place on August 28, 1963. Fifty years ago to this date, hundreds of thousands gathered in front of Washington, D.C.’s, Lincoln Memorial to demand civil and economic rights for African Americans. It was on this iconic day that a southern black preacher delivered the speech that would inspire the nation.