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April 18, 2014

Dr. Umar Johnson explains why so many black kids are turning gay

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Dr. Umar Johnson is not afraid of controversy.  He is going hard in this video, explaining some of the problems in the black community.   His words are going to make some people mad, but he’s a therapist and is committed to the black community.  Maybe he deserves to be listened to. Dr. Johnson represents an on-going debate in the black community about whether people want to follow the trends…

Rihanna Is Going To Star In A Children’s Movie?

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III We all know Rihanna to be a dynamic singer and entertainer, but did you know that she is venturing in something new? According to reports, the Bajan star has been cast as the leading voice character in a new 3D animated Dream Works film titled Home. The film is based on Adam Rex’s children’s book, The True Meaning of Smekday. Rihanna will be the leading…

Doctors say wutang affiliated rapper Christ Bearers penis cant be reattached. www.blacklikemoi.com

WuTang-Affiliated Rapper’s Manhood Can’t Be Reattached

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Reported by Krystle Crossman Andre Johnson, also known as Christ Bearer from the WuTang affiliated rap group Northstar, recently decided that he did not want to live anymore. In a fit of despair, he cut off his manhood and then leaped from the second story of a building. His friends found him critically injured on the sidewalk . Paramedics rushed him to the hospital to save his life where he is…

Legendary Award-Winning Director Passes Away At 83

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III The theatre world is dealing with the loss of a legend. Actor, playwright, and director, Phillip Hayes Dean died from a heart condition on Monday, April 14. The news of his death was announced by a family spokesperson. He was 83-years-old. “Phillip Hayes Dean might be best known for his Broadway play Paul Robeson, performed by James Earl Jones in 1978, and in Avery Brooks’…

Leonard Roberts returning to Drumline sequel. www.blacklikemoi.com

VH1 to Produce “Drumline” Sequel Starring Nick Cannon, Leonard Roberts

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Reported by Krystle Crossman The 2002 hit film “Drumline,” starring Nick Cannon, Zoe Saldana, and Leonard Roberts, is returning. VH1 is producing a sequel  to the film written by Regina Hicks and Karen Gist. This time around, it will focus on new students at a fictional New Orleans university. The main character will be Danielle Bolton, a young lady who comes from upper-class New York City and goes against her parents’ wishes…

Why most rappers are broke (part 2 of 2)

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  With interviews from rappers and execs, this shows why there are no rich rappers. All of them have to have other streams of revenue         [leadplayer_vid id=”5350D1110D778″]

Why most rappers are broke (part 1 of 2)

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  With interviews from rappers and execs, this shows why there are no rich rappers. All of them have to have other streams of revenue. Aired in 2003.       [leadplayer_vid id=”5350CEE26E8C7″]

This 1996 Master P documentary talks a lot about the “gangsta” lifestyle

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Is the gangsta lifestyle good or bad for black people?  This video says a lot about what black people are putting up with and what we need to do for the future.  This can’t be good and Master P is an older man now, so you have to wonder if he still celebrates this kind of thing or not.  His own brother is in prison for taking somebody’s life, so…

How Black athletes showed Nαzis that they are not superior (Part 2)

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  Eighteen Black athletes represented the United States in the 1936 Olympics — triple the number who had competed for the United States in the 1932 Los Angeles Games. African-Americans dominated the popular track and field events, and in the end, Black athletes brought home 14 medals, nearly one-fourth of the 56 medals awarded the U.S. team in all events. Many American journalists hailed the victories of Jesse Owens and…

The Nαzi Olympics: African-American Athletes (Part 1)

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  Eighteen Black athletes represented the United States in the 1936 Olympics — triple the number who had competed for the United States in the 1932 Los Angeles Games. African-Americans dominated the popular track and field events, and in the end, Black athletes brought home 14 medals, nearly one-fourth of the 56 medals awarded the U.S. team in all events. Many American journalists hailed the victories of Jesse Owens and…