Nicki Minaj A Nazi?
Accroding to USATODAY article people are pretty pissed off at Nicki Minaj again. It’s her message again she is sending to the minds of the world. We love you, Nicki, but what on earth were you thinking here?!
On Friday, the Anaconda rapper debuted a militaristic lyric video for new song Only, which features Chris Brown and her Young Money labelmates Drake and Lil Wayne. But as sites such as Buzzfeed andBillboard have pointed out, many fans have accused Nicki of using “Nazi imagery” in the visual, including a swastika-like recreation of the Young Money logo.
Black Republican's Make a Historic Come Back?
Sir Charles, said It Very Loud and Very Clear! Do you Agree?
Sir Charles, what is the issue now with BLACK PEOPLE? Did he go too far or is he Right?
Or is it the Hard Truth? According to CNN news report Charles Barkley hasn't met a sensitive topic he couldn't dig into, and now he's speaking on what he calls a "dirty, dark secret" in the African-American communit.During an interview with a Philadelphia radio station, Barkley expounded on claims that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wasn't liked by some of his teammates in part because he wasn't considered to be "black enough."
Barkley said he wasn't at all surprised. "There are a lot of black people who are unintelligent, who don't have success," Barkley said. "It's best to knock a successful black person down 'cause they're intelligent, they speak well, they do well in school, and they're successful. It's crabs in a barrel. ... We're the only ethnic group that says, 'hey, if you go to jail, it gives you street cred.' "
The concept of "crabs in a barrel" isn't new, and it's universal. If you've ever seen a bucket of crabs at the market, the ones at the bottom will try to pull down the crabs that are closer to the top.
Biopic of Dr. King starring Oprah in the movie Selma is Epic!
The first trailer for Selma, a new film about Martin Luther King Jr., and the civil rights movement has dropped, and we’re still trying to catch our breaths after watching it. The film specifically follows King during the marches between Selma and Montgomery, and you can feel the emotion and tension in every beat of this trailer. The film opens in limited release Christmas Day, so it just makes the cut for this year’s Oscars, and we think the Academy will definitely be paying attention. David Oyelowo’s performance as King is the clear standout in the trailer, but make sure you don’t miss Oprah as civil rights activist Annie Lee Cooper. She’s just barely in the trailer, but the few moments that we see her are powerful. We can’t wait to see more. Watch the full trailer below.
Aretha.. Aretha.. Aretha.. How shady is this Lady? Well, I died!