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June 5, 2014

Lucky Couple Reunited With $50 Million Dollar Lottery Ticket

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A Toronto couple thought they were the luckiest people in the world when they won $50 million dollars in the lottery. According to The Toronto Sun, Hakeem Nosiru was so elated that he ran through a convenience store jumping for joy once he learned he’d hit the jackpot. Unfortunately for Hakeem and his wife, Abiola, their big moment wouldn’t last long. Initially, Hakeem was so protective over theticket that he…

Dr. Dre Buys Luxurious $40 Million Dollar Castle With Moat After Apple Deal

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Following the billion-dollar sale of his Beats audio devices, music producer Dr. Dre has reportedly purchased the estate built by NFL quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel wife Gisele Bündchen for a reported $40 million. It’s a home worthy of the old Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous television show and the more modern Cribs. The mega-18,298-square-foot mansion, which had an original list price of $50 million,…

Canadian Art Exhibit Employee Unwittingly Invites Reality TV Star Demetria Lucas to KKK Exhibit. www.blacklikemoi.com

Canadian Art Exhibit Employee Unwittingly Invites Black Women to KKK Exhibit

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Reported by Nigel Boys Demetria L. Lucas, contributing editor at The Root and cast member of Bravo’s “Blood, Sweat, and Heels,” recently attended a conference in Montreal, Canada and became bored with the art exhibit. She asked a staff member if she could see something more interesting, so the attendant showed her an exhibition by British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman. Upon entering the exhibit Lucas and her guest were dumbstruck to see a replica of…

Another Man Freed as Brooklyn Detective’s Bad Busts Pile Up

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By Andrew Scot Bolsinger Roger Logan is the latest man to be freed after serving years behind bars for a crime he did not commit. Logan, who spent 17 years in jail for a 1997 mυrder, was finally released from jail Tuesday after it was revealed that the key eyewitness was incarcerated at the time she claimed to have seen him before the mυrder, the New York Post reported. Nearly…

Run DMC – Interview 1986

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Run-D.M.C is a legendary eighties rap group that combined intelligent lyrics and addictive beats to blaze a trail in popularizing rap and hip-hop as not just music but also a lifestyle.  The founding members of Run-D.M.C all hail from the middle-class neighborhood of Hollis, Queens, New York.  Joseph “Run” Simmons, Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels, and Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell founded the group in the early 80s. Joseph Simmons, who became…

Black Grandmom Falsely Accused of Shoplifting Wins $105,000 From H&M

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A 59 year old African-American woman was awarded $105,000 by an Oregon jury after being falsely accused of shoplifting at an H&M store. In 2011 Brenda Moaning was followed by a video camera then taken to a back room by loss prevention officers after she visited an H&M store at Clackamas Town Center in Oregon. Moaning says that although she had all receipts for the items in her bag,  she…

Diddy’s Common Sense Tips For Becoming A Business Mogul

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Sean Combs, also known as P. Diddy, is a rapper, producer, actor and entrepreneur.  Combs was born in Harlem, New York and grew up in Mount Vernon, New York.  After majoring in business for two years at Howard University, Combs dropped out and became an intern and then talent director at Uptown Records where he helped launch the careers of Jodeci and Mary J. Blige. In 1993, Combs was fired…

Idaho Agency Not Helping Enough White People, Lawsuit Alleges

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The Idaho Council on Governments is suing the Idaho Commission on Aging, claiming that the agency discriminates against white people when distributing federal dollars. The lawsuit claims that the formula used by the Idaho Commission on Aging to allocate money for seniors excludes whites from consideration. “Defendant’s actions are racially discriminatory, arbitrary, capricious, constitute an abυse of discretion and fail to meet statutory, procedural and constitutional requirements,” reads the lawsuit,…