Tamar Braxton is not her hair and she proved it by shaving it all off.
After postponing her 2017 headlining gig at Coachella due to her pregnancy with twins, Beyonce more than made it up to fans on Saturday night when she closed out the festival in Indio, Calif., with a history-making performance that reunited the pop star with Destiny’s Child and included appearances by her husband Jay-Z and little sister Solange.
The pitter-patter of little feet will soon be heard at “Moore Manor.”
Cardi B, the bodacious reality tv star turned hip-hop queen will make history on Monday when she co-hosts “The Late Show” with Jimmy Fallon.
Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill, 30, will remain behind bars and Judge Genece Brinkley is not stepping down from the case.
Lolita Shante Gooden was only 14 years old when she picked up a mic and made history as one of rap music’s first female MCs.
“Black Panther” may not be an Oscar contender – yet – but it is the most talked about movie in Hollywood right now.
Wendy Williams announced Wednesday that she is taking a three-week hiatus due to illness. Williams, host of the syndicated talk show, “The Wendy Williams Show,” told her viewers that she has been diagnosed with Graves’ Disease and that she will be off the air starting Thursday, per her doctor’s orders.
This year the nation will celebrate the 200th birthday of Abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass
Two hundred years after his birth in Maryland in 1818, Frederick Douglass’ legacy will be celebrated with festivities across the country, due in part to the passage of the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Commission Act, which was signed into law in November 2017.
In a rambling interview with Vulture, music impresario Quincy Jones spoke candidly about a variety of topics.