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In the next dramatic chapter of this imploding celebrity marriage, actress Tisha Campbell-Martin is now claiming that estranged husband Duane Martin has been an abusive spouse since they married in 1996. The former “Martin” sitcom star has already accused her husband, who is best known for Above the Rim, “Real Husbands of Hollywood” and “All…

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Tommy Ford (Martin)

Famous “Martin” actor Tommy Ford died last week after suffering a ruptured aneurysm. Since then, fans and celebrities alike have been sharing their sadness online over the actor’s sudden death. But in a newly uncovered interview, Ford spoke about the prospect of his own death and claimed he was okay with leaving this world. According to news…

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Carl Payne, better known as Cole on Fox’s hit TV sitcom “Martin” partied this past weekend for his birthday at Suite Lounge in Atlanta. Decked out in an Asian inspired blazer with a black bow tie, he made quite a statement partying with friends and fellow celebs like Peter Thomas, Devyne Stephens and more. Check them…

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More than likely, French Montana didn’t mean any harm. We’re sure he was joking around. But when the “Pop That” rapper found a less than flattering picture of actress Tichina Arnold and decided to post it on his Instagram with his accompanying caption, point blank: he picked the wrong one. It took a couple weeks…

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George Zimmerman is not a celebrity; he is the killer of Trayvon Martin, who would have been 19 yesterday. But now this killer is getting media attention because of his planned celebrity fight with DMX. Why is America even entertaining this idea? Has the hatred of black people gotten so bad that blood sport is…

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There was a time (in the late ’80s, early ’90s) when black love was omnipresent on our TV screens. Some say that era was the heyday of the black sitcom. During that time we had black love represented to America by multiple iconic couples. Here are a few of our favorites. 5. George and Louise…

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Directed and produced by former Tyler Perry Studios executive Roger M. Bobb of (“Raising Izzie,” For Colored Girls, “The Rickey Smiley Show”) and based on Nzinga Kadalie Kemp award-winning screenplay from the 2012 UP Faith and Family Screenplay Competition presented at the American Black Film Festival in “In The Meantime.” “In the Meantime” features Jazmin “Jazz” Welles (Kali Hawk) as a confident, educated woman who thought her path…

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