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In the words of Kendrick Lamar, “But if God got us then we gon’ be alright.” We lost another hero: Chadwick Boseman, the epitome of Black excellence. The bombshell news of his death sent shockwaves around the world. Our Black Panther, who made us believe in Wakanda forever is no longer on this earth. As…

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Ugo Iroku, M.D., is a top-rated gastroenterologist and public health expert on a mission to improve health literacy among African Americans and make medical information more accessible and easier to comprehend. He attended Harvard Medical School before completing his internal medicine residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell University. He then completed his gastroenterology and liver…

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There’s really no proper way to aptly describe the effervescent personality of Gary With Da Tea. Born Gary Hayes, the longtime radio host possesses a unique disposition that defies any typical adjective. Gary is just, well, Gary. The beauty in his distinctive brand of entertainment has served him well over the years as he’s developed…

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Reality TV star Ahmad “Real” Givens has died after a long battle with colon cancer. He was 33. Givens, along with his brother, Kamal, aka “Chance,” first came to fame as contestants on the VH1 reality dating show “I Love New York.” The duo became so popular from the program that network execs put together…

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“Real Chance of Love” stars Chance and Real made headlines yesterday when it was revealed that Real has been hospitalized and is suffering from stage four cancer. According to TMZ, a rep for Real, born Ahmad Givens, says the rapper-turned-reality star first became ill in January when he thought he had the flu. Since then,…

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