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A Black woman has spoken out after a “well-known pastor” urinated on her during a flight. The incident occurred on Oct. 12 when Alicia Beverly was flying Delta home from Las Vegas to Detroit, according to Fox 2 Detroit.  During the red-eye flight, Beverly was sitting next to her sister when she felt something warm…

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The policies discussed in the first and only vice presidential debate were largely overshadowed by an insect. During the latter moments of the debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence, a fly landed on Pence’s hair. The fly immediately diverted attention from the actual debate, as thousands of people on social media created memes to…

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Chaka Khan shocked many in the music industry with her blunt remarks about platinum-selling artist, Ariana Grande. During an interview with Vlad TV conducted by Lunelle, Khan did not hold back when asked about Grande. “F— her,” Khan said boldly. “She’s alright. She’s good on her own. She don’t need … plus, I don’t wanna sing…

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Nipsey Hussle’s brother will be fighting the Crips in court over a trademark dispute. On Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, Samiel “Blacc Sam” Asghedom filed a lawsuit against Crips LLC over the “The Marathon Continues” slogan. Asghedom claims the Crips LLC organization filed a couple of trademarks for “The Marathon Continues”  in 2019, which was an…

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Ice Cube is facing criticism after it was revealed that he worked with the Trump campaign. On Oct. 14, Katrina Pierson of the Trump campaign announced that the rapper helped with “The Platinum Plan,” a $500 billion package proposed by Republicans to help the Black community. “Shout out to Ice Cube for his willingness to…

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Kanye West continues to find ways to cause a frenzy on social media over his bid to become President of the United States. On Tuesday night, Oct. 13, 2020, West shared on his Twitter page what appeared to be early voting results from a precinct in Kentucky. The results were published by Lexington-based news station…

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Lauren Anderson understands the need to increase diversity in the tech industry. The Gary, Indiana-born, Bronx, New York-raised resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, created All-In Recruiting & Talent Boutique to help increase diverse hiring in tech. “My company, All-In Recruiting & Talent Boutique, is a boutique recruitment practice,” Anderson said in an interview with rolling…

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Attorney Ben Crump is helping a family search for answers after a Black man was found hanging from a tree in Orlando, Florida. On Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, Crump called for an investigation into the death of Nevan Baker, according to the Orlando Sentinel.  On Oct. 5, Baker, 22, was found by officers hanging from…

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Raheem Morris has been named as the interim head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. On Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020, the Falcons announced the firing of head coach Dan Quinn after the team’s 0-5 start to the season, according to ESPN. Morris, who served as the team’s defensive coordinator, will take over a team that has…

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A Black man from Galveston, Texas, is suing the Galveston Police Department after enduring inhumane treatment. Donald Neely, 44, who suffers from mental health issues, filed a lawsuit for $1 million against the department after officers on horseback pulled him down the street by a rope, according to the Houston Chronicle.  Neely’s lawsuit states that…

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Big Sean gave shocking insight into his business relationship with Kanye West. While speaking with Fat Joe on Instagram Live, Sean spoke about West giving him his first advance to sign with his G.O.O.D Music imprint that’s distributed by Def Jam. “[Kanye] just signed me because he heard me rap,” Big Sean told Fat Joe.…

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