Tiffany Haddish's Fan Girl Moment With Oprah Will Leave You Smiling!

Oprah & Tiffany on the Ellen DeGeneres Show
By Erickka Sy Savané
One of the reasons we love Tiffany Haddish so much is that she keeps it all the way real. Like, really real. So we wouldn't expect anything less when she went on the Ellen DeGeneres show the other day and got to meet the Queen of TV Ms. Oprah Winfrey herself! Let's just say that the ugly cry was in full affect, and it's nice to see that dreams really do come true! Congratulations Tiff!

5 Mins of Fashion Fodder: Lupita, Idris Elba, Beyonce & More!

Taneica of Tea With Taneica
Okay, it's Friday and you already know that Taneica of Tea With Taneica has your 5 mins of fashion fodder, aka The Fashioning! Grab some tea and a biscuit while she breaks down this week's hottest red carpet looks from the BAFTA Film Awards in England to courtside at the NBA All Star Game and more! See what your fav celebs were wearing and what Taneica had to say, then drop us a line! And to quote the lady herself, if you like, subscribe to her channel and share the shade!

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Obesity and Black Women: These Activists Get To The Root Of The Epidemic

Photo: Annabel Mehran
By Ebony F.

Obesity in America has reached epidemic levels, and according to a Special Report on Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Obesity a few years back, African-American women are at the helm of this alarming trend. Statistics show that four out of every five black women are overweight, and one out of four middle-aged black women are living with diabetes. We are facing a health crisis like never before. We know the data, but what’s the truth?

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7 Things I Hope To See On This Season's Braxton Family Values


The Braxton Family
By Brenda Alexander

I’ve been a stan of Braxton Family Values from the start. The sisters are beautiful, talented, relatable and hilarious! BFV expose what other reality shows fail to do: their actual reality. The sisters make headlines outside of filming with social media squabbles, money troubles and relationship turmoil. With all the headlines off season and the upcoming new episodes, here’s 7 things I hope to see!

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Black Panther's Danai Gurira on being a Proud Zimerican

Danai Gurira
By Erickka Sy Savané

One thing we can say about the film Black Panther (now the #1 movie in the WORLD) is that it's bridging a long over-due gap between Africans and African Americans. To see the movie is to be proud of where we come from and that's just facts. As an African American woman who grew up with an affinity for the continent, and is raising two little girls with my hubby from Cote D'Ivoire, it's a world that has always held interest for me. So when I stumbled across an article in this month's Glamour magazine where Black Panther star Danai Gurira talks about what it means to be "Zimerican" (she was born in Grinnel, Iowa to Zimbabwean parents and moved to Zimbabwe when she was around 6 or 7 years old), I was all ears. Here are a few things that stuck out from her essay that old fans (Walking Dead is still her day gig) and new fans, will enjoy!

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