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Who Is Jacques Johnson

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Jacques Johnson is not only your “not so typical rapper” but is the youngest executive producer of his reality docu series set to air on Peachtree TV October 9th, at 3 p.m. Johnson’s squad/support team will show you why Atlanta is the new Hollywood. Check out the trailer after the break READ MORE

Channing Dungey is making black history in black history month. She is now the head of ABC entertainment which makes her the first to African-American to head a major network. READ MORE


Madonna, Ariana Grande, AC/DC, and others have officially been announced as some of the performers for the upcoming 57th Annual Grammy Awards show!

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Rihanna tweets a message to CBS after they pulled her song, “Run This Town” from the Ravens vs. Steelers pre-game  intro last week in light of the Ray  Rice  controversy. Rihanna is known for sharing her thoughts candidly on social media and CBS is not feeling her strong reaction.

Check out what Rihanna had to say and how CBS responded below. READ MORE

The Queen L.A.T.I.F.A.H. is back!

All hail the queen on her return to daytime television. She revealed her new show on The Couch this week.


Trayvon Martin‘s parents breaks their silence since the George Zimmerman verdict by chatting with the media on several different networks. They expressed feelings of shock and disgust after learning of the verdict. They wished that the jurors and public got a chance to know their son Trayvon Martin as a loving kid and human being. They are praying for the strength to forgive as parents and feel that Zimmerman’s family are inauthentic.

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President Obama even weighed in and discussed American race relations for the first time since 2008. Check it out below:

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The honchos at CBS told TMZ that they were OFFENDED by several racist and homophobic comments made by the current “Big Brother” houseguests.

Check it out after the break!

The houseguests have been under fire for the following comments:

— GinaMarie referred to welfare as “n**ger insurance”

— Aaryn called gay contestant Andy a “queer.”

— Spencer referred to Andy as “Kermit the F**” … and praised Hitler as a gifted speaker.

CBS released a statement:

“We certainly find the statements made by several of the Houseguests on the live Internet feed to be offensive.”

The Eye points out that 24/7 live programming can sometimes reveal some bad things about people:

“At times, the Houseguests reveal prejudices and other beliefs that we do not condone.”

There have been rumors that CBS will nix the offending cast members.  Right now those are just rumors.

Have we reached a point in society where we reward people for behaving badly?  Does being a reality star give one license to say and act however they choose?  Or are reality stars simply placed in a lane where their opinions are rewarded and welcomed regardless of how offensive or politically incorrect?

What do you think?

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Source: TMZ

CBS Picks Up Eddie Murphy “Beverly Hills Cop” Show

CBS is giving the greenlight to a pilot production of “Beverly Hills Cop.” The project, a joint venture between Eddie Murphy and writer Shawn Ryan of “The Shield” fame, is being billed as a sequel of sorts to Murphy’s big screen trilogy.

According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” the TV project will revolve around Aaron Foley, son of Murphy’s Axel Foley character from the movies.


Murphy is expected to reprise his role as Axel in the pilot and if it’s picked up as a series.

Should it go to series, CBS will fold the Foleys into its lineup of hourlong crime procedurals which includes “CSI,” “NCIS” and the upcoming Sherlock Holmes series “Elementary.”

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