Category: Entertainment

Mo’Nique Compares Charlamagne To A Slave Who Allowed His Wife To Be Raped By The Master

As we reported earlier today, Mo’Nique appeared on The Breakfast Club for a tense interview about  her Netflix boycott and her allegedly difficult reputation. She laid into Charlamagne for labeling her the Donkey of the Day, she attacked Black media for not supporting her and she snapped on Angela Yee for bringing up her difficult reputation. However, if you were listening, you missed the uncomfortable moment that went down when they went off air.

Mo’Nique Owes Over $500K In Unpaid Taxes

By Ryan Velez

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports that Mo’Nique may be dealing with some tax troubles. Based on the Department of Treasury records, the comedienne and Duluth resident owes even more money.

Power Moves: A Conference to Channel Black Women’s Growing Political Strength

African-American women will gather for the Power Rising: Building an Agenda for Black Women Summit on Feb. 22 in Atlanta to capitalize on their growing political and economic strength.

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‘Black Panther’—Best Marvel movie ever (Feb. 21)

Let’s get straight to the point: “Black Panther” is the best Marvel movie to date.

The cast, special effects, fight scenes, and storyline makes for an enjoyable cinematic experience.

Northlight Theatre continues its 2017-18 season with Skeleton Crew

In 2008 Detroit was hit hard with the outsourcing of components, the loss of vehicle assembly companies and gas prices going up, leaving the demand for trucks and sport-utility vehicles non-existent. General Motors Corp. was planning to lay off salaried workers, reduce productions and suspend dividends, bonuses, and shares while it looked to borrow billions. With auto plants folding like a deck of cards due to the falling sales of these vehicles, unemployment was at an all-time high, and this once proud Motor City had become the new American nightmare.

‘Black Panther’ crushes box office records in opening weekend

“Black Panther” continued its roaring start at the box office on Monday.

Disney’s Marvel Studios film brought in $40.16 million on Presidents’ Day, edging out 2016’s “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” for the biggest Monday in box office history.

Monday’s haul pushed “Black Panther’s” four-day holiday total to a staggering $241.9 million in North America.

Calvin King: Committed to Helping Youth Through Performing Arts

Suspenders and thick rimmed black glasses is the unorthodox armor that Calvin King decides to wear in order to combat and ultimately end bullying for future generations by 2025.

Swank-A-Posh brings life to plastic with shopping event hosted by Dream Doll

Swank-A-posh the one-stop shop for the latest fashions in the Detroit-Metro area and online is scheduled to host and exclusive shopping event starring Dream Doll of Love and Hip Hop New York (LHHNY), Friday, February 23, 2018 from 5pm – 8pm at their store located at 14903 East 8 Mile Road in Eastpointe.

Read How Phylicia Rashad And Denzel Washington Truly Influenced Chadwick Boseman

By Ryan Velez

In any career path, we need mentorship and support from those before us. In many cases, it’s difficult for Black people to have this because there aren’t that many people in the position to help. Madame Noire reports that in the midst of the Black Panther-fever going around, Rolling Stone recently revealed a story of how Chadwick Boseman got help while learning the craft of acting at some of the top schools in the world.

HAUTE OR NAUGHT: Kerry Washington Looks Like A Floral Fantasy In Dolce And Gabbana

Kerry Washington attended the 20th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards to receive the Spotlight Award.

20th CDGA (Costume Designers Guild Awards) - Arrivals

Source: David Crotty / Getty

The beauty looked stunning in a green and pink Dolce And Gabbana Spring 2018 Secret Show see-through gown. The dress features floral appliques delicately and strategically placed all over the mesh fabric.