R. Kelly Is Reportedly Running An Abusive Cult For Teens According To Their Parents

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R. Kelly is certainly a divisive person when it comes to his connection with ephebophilia. There are usually two camps: those that defend him as fans of his music and those that have no tolerance for his behavior with minors. Ever since his 2008 trial on child pornography, that debate has heightened and still remains a hot point today. He has since been acquitted of such charges, but the effect of that infamous sex tape has not faded away in the public eye.

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Earlier this week, rapper, T-Hood, posted a video of actress, Maia Campbell, pumping his gas and saying she wanted some crack. In the video, Campbell is clearly missing a tooth and is barely dressed in a bra and spandex shorts.

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For Black Girls Tired Of Running Themselves Ragged


I've been thinking a lot lately about stress. First it was singer Brandy who recently collapsed on a plane due to the stress of traveling and working incessantly, says her publicist, and not long ago it was modelpreneur Tyra Banks who confessed that while she was at the height of her career, she was also exhausted and sad. Just today I saw a video that's been making the social media rounds of former ‘In The House’ actress Maia Campbell turning down LL Cool J’s request to get her help. It’s no secret that the once stunningly beautiful actress is addicted to drugs and in the footage she’s running a mile a minute. I couldn't help but wonder what will make her stop.

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Here Are 3 Benefits of Pampering Yourself


by Mary Wolff

It is important to take care of yourself. While you might spend a good amount of time taking care of your strands as a curly girl, what about the other important ways to treat yourself right? Well, let’s look at some of the benefits of pampering yourself.

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Black Mental Health Matters: Why We Need To Talk About It In The Black Community


For many of us, this year has been one to remember while, for others, it’s been purely heartbreaking.

Suicide has become somewhat of a “trend” on Facebook Live in the recent months.

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Gabourey Sidibe Opens Up About Depression in Her New Book


You'd think Gabourey Sidibe had it all--going from relatively unknown to roles on Empire, FX's American Horror Story, and Hulu's Difficult People--but the Oscar nominee opens up about her battle with depression and an eating disorder in her new book, This is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare.

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Andrea Lewis on Self-Love: It Is Not a “One-Shop, Quick-Fix”


Written by Ariel Hollie

Self-Love.

A constant topic of discussion.
Its meaning, still a blur as you spend countless hours scrolling on your phone.

Double tap. Double tap.

“Her hair is so pretty,” you think.
“Her body is perfect!” you applaud.

Yet, when you look in the mirror - you find it hard to return the compliment. Why is that?

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5 Deliciously Healthy Foods To Satisfy Your Sugar Addiction


It’s not easy.

Trying to make a change.

You’re realizing that your health is more important than anything. Yet, you find it hard to reach your goals..

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3 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Worry Less


It’s okay. We all worry a little too much sometimes. You’re not alone. You may worry about not having enough time to do everything in one day. Or you may worry that tomorrow won’t bring any less stress than today.

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How Two Black Psychologists are Changing the Way We Talk About Mental Health

Photo Source: Youtube/Left to Right: Riana Anderson and Shawn C.T. Jones

For the past week you’ve been feeling a little hopeless.
Your sleep has been off.
You either eat too much or eat too little.
And to top it off, you don’t want to do anything or go anywhere with anyone.

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