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A #TeamBreezy Merry Christmas: The #ChristmasChallenge

Chris Brown definitely broke the internet this morning doing the ‘Chicken Head’ and (what we called it up north), ‘The Pancake’ with the famous Throwback Thursday joint, “Right Thurr” by Chingy. He took what is called the #ChristmasChallenge and tagged @woody_thegreat, who is one of four who started this quick sensation. Since I seen the video when it first posted, there has been thousands and thousands of people making videos tagging Chris trying to get reposted on his page! Being the stan that I am, I’m guilty of trying  accepting the challenge trying to get reposted lol ! Check out some of these…

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Nicki’s Heartbreak with Angie Martinez

After watching Nicki’s interview with Power 105.1’s Angie Martinez, I had to rush to check out Nicki’s third album, The Pinkprint. Nicki was her beautiful crazy self during the interview but for a moment she broke down and cried and it honestly made me shed a tear. She discussed how the ***Flawless remix came about, relationships with August Alsina, Drake, and her ex Safaree Samuels, going on a rap tour, and The Pinkprint. Angie didn’t want to get too deep into the touchy subject but Nicki pretty much gave us the tea on her 14-year relationship with Safaree Samuels and…

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VH1’s Sorority Sisters Disgracing the Legacy of the Divine 9

Monday night, VH1’s newest reality show ‘Sorority Sisters’ premiered though thousands signed a petition to prevent it from airing. Twitter and Instagram flooded with furious Black Greeks that felt that the nine women on the show were a disgrace to each sorority that they belong to. Leave it up to Mona Scott-Young to give the public another show that gives the impression that all black women know how to do is argue and be petty. Why the creator of the Love and Hip-Hop series decided to go through with another series exploiting black women as if we don’t have enough…

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#BlackLivesMatter at the Millions March

Times like this, I definitely wish I had the money to spend to up and go travel because I would have loved to be apart of history. On December 12, 2014, the Millions March in New York City started in Washington Square Park to protest the killings of black people by the police force. From the first slaves that arrived in 1619 to once John Punch was sentenced to slavery for the rest of his natural born life for committing the same crime as two white peers, this country has always failed us as a people. It has been about…

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