We haven’t gotten through the month of January, but we might as well go ahead and deliver the award for the “Epic Dragging of the Year” to Roland Martin for the job he did dissecting the actress Stacy Dash like a medical school corpse because the Clueless actress was excreting blatant lies out of her …[READ MORE]
Big Sean is pledging to help Flint anyway he can and the Detroit rapper is putting his money where his mouth is.
According to Rap Up Big Sean has donated $10,000 to help send clean water to Flint during the toxic water crisis. The Detroit rapper and [READ MORE]
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, facing protests, lawsuits and calls for his resignation over drinking water contamination in Flint, apologized to the city’s residents and said the state will spend $28 million on fixing the issue. “To you, the people of Flint, I say tonight as I have before, I am sorry and I will ..[READ MORE]
Michael Moore, Jeezy, and Diddy are all calling attention to the lead poisoning cases in Flint, Mich.
This week the African-American community was pretty pissed off after we witnessed the travesty that was this year’s Academy Award nominations. Not a single person of color was nominated in any category. Not one.
Not an actor, not a director, not an editor, [READ MORE]
Minister Nuri of The Nation of Islam Speaks Justice Or Else!
Terry Flenory, AKA Southwest T, 1/2 of the Flenory brothers currently incarcerated for running a multi million drug empire called into “The Morning Heat” show of his hometown Detroit and gave an exclusive interview from Florida prison.
Terry is the older brother and somewhat less flamboyant brother of Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, with whom he headed the Black Mafia Family. According to the feds, Southwest T ran the west coast operation which distributed drugs from California to all of its other hubs in major US cities. Both brothers were sentenced to over 30 years in federal penitentiary.
Check out this new interview with Southwest T in which he gave insight about what the legacy of BMF really stood for, his opinion on the state of hip hop today, the BMF clothing line, police brutality and why Black Lives Matter.