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Rep. Maxine Waters is taking aim at Black people who support the current president. During a recent interview on “The Joe Madison Show,” Waters shared her views on those who supported the controversial commander-in-chief. “I don’t even know where any Blacks would be coming from that would be voting for Trump,” Waters said. “It just…

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Rap artists have remained prominent throughout this election season. Artists such as Common, Cardi B, Offset, Snoop, Ice Cube, 50 Cent and Lil Wayne, have all garnered attention in the media for their decisions during the election. Diddy, who has also been vocal, shared a video on social media of himself voting. In the video,…

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Dave Chappelle changed the face of comedy with his hit show “Chappelle’s Show.” Created by Chappelle and Neal Brennan in 2003 for Comedy Central, the show provided an introspective look at aspects of race, comedy, music and American life. On Oct. 30, Netflix revealed that “Chappelle’s Show” will make its debut on the streaming service…

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Keiajah Gabbrell stands as one of the most recognized millennial activists in Kansas City. On Oct. 27, Gabbrell attended a public meeting for the Board of Police Commissioners, where she took the opportunity to call out several people on the board, all of whom she accused of racist behavior. The video of the meeting eventually…

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50 Cent apparently was playing his role as a social media troll when he tweeted his support for the current president, according to his ex-girlfriend, comedienne Chelsea Handler, who shared the news Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, during an interview on “The View.” During the interview, Handler revealed that she spoke with 50 Cent, and the…

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Lil Durk stepped into the controversial discussion about Birkin bags in response to rapper Saweetie calling out men who can’t buy expensive gifts for their significant others. On Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020, the Chicago-raised rapper, who currently is dating social media influencer India Royale, used social media to share his thoughts. “I just got her property…

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Silento was arrested for speeding while driving a 2020 BMW X3. The incident occurred on Interstate-85 on Friday, Oct. 23, 2020, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Around 3 a.m., an officer allegedly clocked Silento, whose real name is Richard Lamar Hawk, driving 143 mph in a 65 mph zone. When the officer caught up to Silento,…

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again could find himself in trouble again with the law. The Baton Rouge-raised rapper is being investigated for an alleged assault that occurred in Texas, according to TMZ. The incident allegedly occurred at a studio in Katy, Texas, on Oct. 5, 2020, after an unidentified man arrived at work with the rapper.…

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One week after showing support for the current president, it now appears that 50 Cent has changed his mind. On Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020, the rapper and TV executive tweeted, “A what, another spin. F— Donald Trump, I never liked him. For all I know he had me set up and had my friend Angel…

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Hurricane Chris could be facing years behind bars. On Oct. 23, KSLA reported that Hurricane Chris, whose real name is Christopher Dooley, was indicted by a grand jury on a second-degree murder charge. On June 19, Hurricane Chris, born Christopher Dooley, was allegedly involved in a conflict at a Texaco store in Shreveport, Louisiana. During…

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Diddy is ready to do a Verzuz battle. On Oct. 23, the hip-hop mogul asked his followers on social media to help him find a challenger. “Who should I do a Verzuz battle with,” Diddy tweeted. During his prime years in the 1990s and early 2000s, Diddy served as a producer/rapper as the head of…

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Tyler Perry recently shed light on how he was affected by Spike Lee’s judgement. During an interview with Variety, Perry discussed Lee’s past comments about his work. Lee once called Perry’s films “buffoonery.” Perry said that he viewed Lee as an inspiration as a filmmaker. “If any criticisms stung, it would have been his, because…

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