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Comedian and radio host D.L. Hughley has responded to the backlash and criticism he’s faced in the wake of his comments regarding actor Columbus Short and Short’s estranged wife, Tanee McCall-Short. The couple have been embroiled in domestic abuse allegations made by Mrs. McCall-Short against her husband, and Hughley made disparaging comments about her on his radio show this past week.

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The ninth annual Jazz in the Gardens ends after two days of showcasing great talent. The city of Miami Gardens, Fla., and Mayor Oliver Gilbert opened the city once again for this musical event. The artists were as excited as the fans to be a part of the festivities. D.L. Hughley was this year’s host and…

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Since rising to fame with a slew of multiplatinum hits, Macklemore has used most of his star power to champion marriage equality and has become the LGBT ally of the moment thanks to his efforts. But at this weekend’s American Music Awards Macklemore gave both fans and strangers a pleasant surprise and spoke for equality for all…

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Earlier this week, Booty Call and “Castle” actress Tamala Jones made her debut as an LGBT ally in a public service announcement for GLAAD’s new “Coming Out For Equality” campaign. Now, actor and funnyman DeRay Davis has joined the cause as well and his PSA has now hit the web. As with all of the…

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The unveiling of the 16th season of “Dancing with the Stars” contestant list wasn’t supposed to be announced until Tuesday, but the names “somehow” got leaked and landed in the hands of celebrity blogs. From the information that escaped show executives, the list of competitors includes a reality star, a couple of comedians, a Super…

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Miley Cyrus may be a country girl at heart, but she’s definitely been getting a little more, well, urban and “hood” as of late. Just days after photos leaked of Cyrus dancing with big booty strippers for her birthday, Cyrus has now made heads turn again as she’s leading the call for black emoji characters.…

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Comedian D.L. Hughley may have started an intra-racial feud with black women when he got on Michael Martin’s shown on NPR the other day. One of the principle players of the iconic “Kings of Comedy” talks about his upcoming book, “I Want You to Shut the Fawk Up: How the Audacity of Dopes is Ruining…

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Chick-fil-A became society’s non-progressive, socially unconscious enemy No. 1 this summer when the chicken king’s president, Dan Cathy, confirmed the company’s anti-gay stance. But it seems like Chick-fil-A may have had a change of heart now that a Chicago-based LGBT advocacy group has reported that Chick-fil-A has vowed to stop funding anti-gay groups. In a…

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America’s social climate — and it’s fast-food industry — were rocked last month after Chick-fil-A’s unapologetic president, Dan Cathy, took a public stance against gay marriage and called any of its supporters “arrogant” in the face of God. In the wake of his comments, fans, critics and stars alike have rallied in droves to either…

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Comedians tells jokes and stories about people and places that we have not seen in a while. Uncles that we are ashamed of and realities that we need to tame, change or at least repair and get through. But what’s wrong with the humor about the the African American, Hispanic and other communities of color,…

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