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Malik Yoba addressed the media storm created after revealing on Instagram that he is “trans attracted” while simultaneously denouncing those who bullied a transsexual into committing suicide. Yoba, most famous for his roles on “New York Undercover” in the 1990s and the “Empire” juggernaut drama, visited “The Breakfast Club” morning show to address a number…

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It took a minute for Malik Yoba’s confession of being “trans attracted” on Instagram to gain stream after he posted it on Aug. 26. Most of the comments lauded the former “New York Undercover” and Why Did I Get Married? star for having the intestinal fortitude to declare his attraction to transsexuals. However, not everyone…

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While former “Empire” star Malik Yoba blasted bullies who tormented a man who loved transgender women to the point where he committed suicide, Yoba admitted that he’s attracted to transgender women himself. In an Instagram post rebuking bullies, Yoba, who’s also known for starring in “New York Undercover” and the Why Did I Get Married?…

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A tip of the cap is in order to the members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity as the long-standing fraternal organization celebrates its annual Founders Day. Established over a century ago on Jan. 9, 1914, at Howard University, the founding brothers made it a point to organize a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify…

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Former “Empire” star Malik Yoba went against the current of his normal modus operandi and shared snippets of his love life with his 160K followers. Yoba, who first found fame with “New York Undercover” and now stars in “The Last O.G.,” stepped out publicly to wish his longtime girlfriend, BJ Hendrix, a happy birthday with…

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Lifetime Faith Under Fire

Lifetime TV network held the premiere of the movie “Faith Under Fire: The Antoinette Tuff Story.” The red carpet arrivals included members of the cast: Toni Braxton, Yaya DaCosta, Trevor Morgan and Malik Yoba. Seven-time Grammy® Award winner Toni Braxton stars as Antoinette Tuff, a struggling single mom from Georgia who heroically averted a tragedy, saving…

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On Monday, January 15, 2018, we will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, an American federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which this year happens to fall on King’s actual 89th birthday. King, who was born Michael King Jr., was a minister and the father of the…

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Malik Yoba has always been an activist whose purpose was to give back to the community. Before he began his career as an actor, Yoba was a vice president at The City Kids Foundation. Rolling out spoke exclusively with Yoba about his work on “Empire” and other projects, and more importantly, his work as an…

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For many ’90s TV fans, Malik Yoba’s role as Vernon Turner on FOX’s megahit “Emipre” was a major comeback for the veteran actor. And that’s why when fans learned that Yoba’s character was killed off during this week’s season finale, they were shocked to see Turner bite the bullet. But did Yoba expect his character…

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Hip-hop artist, actor and philanthropist Lonnie Rashid Lynn — Common— held his fourth annual gala and fundraiser on Saturday, March 29th at the Fairmont Chicago Hotel. The sold out signature event celebrated service, community and recognize continued leaders that uphold individuality, creative evolution and inspires youth to become their own masterpiece. The evening was filled…

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Dr. Dennis Kimbro’s best-selling book, Think and Grow Rich: A Black Choice, propelled the financial adviser’s career to a stratosphere that is seldom reached by black authors seeking to educate black readers about financial awareness. Therefore, ssitting beside Kimbro and his stunning wife at the Las Vegas Urban League’s annual Equal Opportunity Day Community Luncheon…

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