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Tabloid Compares Solange Knowles’s Hair to a Dog’s Fur

Tabloid Compares Solange Knowles’s Hair to a Dog’s Fur

In a recent issue of In Touch Weekly, a feature called “Double Creature” compared Solange Knowles to a dog. The reader-submitted blurb reads, “Yorkipoo Jackie is ‘basically twinsies’ with Beyoncé’s sis, says the 5-year-old pup’s owner, Brian Murray Jr. ‘They rock the same hairdo and he’s very loyal to his…’” The publication likening a woman choosing to wear her hair ... Read More »

Another Black Boy Gunned Down By Police

Another Black Boy Gunned Down By Police

This is a tale of another Black boy whose name and wrongful death were never reported in any official document or national media. The policeman responsible was not charged, indicted, or prosecuted. This child’s prematurely snuffed life was not spent in the U.S. but in the Black nation of Haiti, though the U.S. government subsidized his murderer. In Port-au-Prince on ... Read More »

We Asked For Weapons Instead, Got Death Sentence- Nigerian Soldier

We Asked For Weapons Instead, Got Death Sentence- Nigerian Soldier

This post was seen on twitter, narrating the experience of a mutinied Nigerian soldier.  Here is what he posted… Read More »

Nicki Minaj’s Ex BF Having Suicidal Thoughts Over Breakup With The Rapper

Nicki Minaj’s Ex BF Having Suicidal Thoughts Over Breakup With The Rapper

The ex-boyfriend of Nicki Minaj is taking their break-up incredibly hard … to the point he’s having suicidal thoughts. A few days ago, Nicki Minaj opened up on how hard it is to live without him.They dated for 15 years,way long before the fame.. “My relationship was based off of love, and there still is nothing but love there, “This ... Read More »

10 Things We Learnt From the APC and PDP Primaries By Amir Abdulazeez

10 Things We Learnt From the APC and PDP Primaries By Amir Abdulazeez

The primary elections of Nigeria’s two strongest political parties, the All Progressives’ Congress (APC) and the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) might have come and gone, but the dusts raised by the exercises across various states of the federation are yet to settle. As things are currently going, it is unlikely that the primary election appeal committees of both parties will ... Read More »