Woman Says Her Husband Cheated, Divorced Her, Remarried, And Now She’s His Side Chick


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And everyone wants to know what in the Iyanla: Fix My Life is going on.

Cosby Show Actor Geoffrey Owens' Response to Being Work Shamed. "Every Job is Worthwhile & Valuable."

Photo: Geoffrey Owens IG
By Brenda Alexander

Erykah Badu said it best when she sang, “Work ain’t honest but it pays the bills.” In the context of her song, she was referencing selling drugs, but those lyrics can apply to every walk of life as we’ve all found ourselves in work spaces that weren’t at the top of our vision board or what others perceived we should be doing. That’s what sparked the recent outpouring of love for former Cosby Show star Geoffrey Owens, whom an ignorant fan tried to blast for earning a decent living when a photo she took of him working at Trader Joe's went viral. 

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News Reporter Who Rocks Natural Hair On-Air for the First Time Proves the Struggle is Still Real


By Erickka Sy Savané

When news reporter Dana Whyte of Michigan recently took to her twitter account to profess that she had worn her her natural hair on-camera for the first time, ending an internal struggle that had plagued her since the beginning of her career, I thought, "Whoa, baby, we still got work to do!"

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Viral Twitter Story 'Zola' to Become Movie & We. Can't. Wait.


Janicza Bravo (left) & Aziah Wells King (right)
By Sharee Silerio

Have you ever read a story so tantalizing, mysterious and real that you couldn’t stop reading it? Have you found a Twitter thread so interesting that you had to follow it from beginning to end? If not, then your chance to experience both lies in “Zola” a viral Twitter story written by Aziah Wells King that will soon become a movie.

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Here's Why You Should Be Watching The Van Jones Show

Van Jones
By Mwabi Kaira

We first saw Van Jones as a co-host on the short lived CNN’s Crossfire in 2013 but he had been behind the scenes working tirelessly for years before that. He is a co-founder of several nonprofit organizations, including the Dream Corps, a "social justice accelerator that operates three advocacy initiatives: #cut50, #Yeswecode and Green for All. He is the author of 3 New York Times bestsellers; The Green Collar Economy, Rebuild the Dream and Beyond the Messy Truth: How We Came Apart, How We Come Together. He served as President Barack Obama's Special Advisor for Green Jobs and is a distinguished visiting fellow at Princeton University. He is currently a regular CNN contributor and the host of The Van Jones Show. Are you watching the show? Here’s why you should:

Tea With Taneica: Bill Cosby Might be Going in, While Meek Mill Gets Out

Bill Cosby & Meek Mill

It's Friday so ya'll already know that Taneica of Tea With Taneica has our week review of the biggest things happening in pop culture from the Bill Cosby verdict, to Meek Mill getting out of jail, to a little Cardi B! If you like what you see, share the shade, comment, like Taneica's page and let us know what you think! 

When The Family Claps Back: Zeola Gaye & Rain Pryor Dispel Quincy Jones's Rumors

Rain Pryor & Zeola Gaye
 By Michelby Coco Whitehead

Quincy Jones's interview with Vulture has been a doozy in every way imaginable. While the interview did provide great commentary on what he thinks about today's music industry and his relationship with Ivanka Trump, it also spilled some messy tea that has left a lot of people pissed off.

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Must See TV: 'Black Lightning' and '9-1-1'

Nafessa Williams, Cress Williams, China Anne McClain
By Mwabi Kaira

It's been a long time since black audiences have had an actual variety of shows led by an entirely black cast or lead black actors to choose from. It feels like a 90’s resurgence right now and boy, does it feel great! These two shows are off to a great start and they are MUST SEE TV.


We don't always think of women of color when it comes to sports like, say, SPEEDSKATING, but that hasn't stopped 17-year-old Ghanaian-American, Maame Biney, who recently made history as the first black woman to quality for the U.S. Olympic speedskating team! She'll compete in the Winter Games in Pyeongchang this February. In case you missed it, watch the thrilling race and bask in the joy that Maame exuded after her historic win. Trust, it'll brighten your day!

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Ever Regret A Tattoo? Mel B. Did Something About Hers In A Symbolic Move

Mel B.
If you've ever professed your undying love for someone in the form of a permanent body tattoo, and had that relationship end, chances are you've considered whether or not to keep it. Here's what 'America's Got Talent' judge, and former Spice Girl, Mel B. did when she and ex-husband Stephen Belafonte broke up! Have you ever had to get rid of a tattoo?
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