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SC Governor Demands Ban on Black Biker Week, But Welcomes White Bikers

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In South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is proposing an end to the African-American tradition in the state where black bikers gather, but she hasn’t voiced any opposition to a Harley gathering of mostly white bikers. The black BikeFest in Myrtle Beach began as a standalone event which allowed African-Americans to gather. Over Memorial Day weekend, three people were kιlled not far from Bikefest, causing Gov. Haley to request that the…

Judge Says Police Officer Can Be Fired For Sharing Pictures Of Rihanna’s Injury After Chris Brown Incident

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By Dr. Sinclair Grey III Do people have a right to privacy? How about when you’re well-known and your story makes national news? Do you still have a right to some privacy? With so many gossip magazines and television shows, it seems difficult if not impossible for people to have some sort of privacy. When singer Rihanna and Chris Brown had their domestic violence altercation, the world tuned in. Many…

Lil Snupe Laid To Rest This Weekend: Hundreds Came Out To Support

Lil Snupe Laid To Rest This Weekend: Hundreds Came Out To Support

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By: Madam Prezident It seems as if the Louisiana Police Department has found the man responsible for ending the life of young rapper Lil Snupe. Sadly, they are reporting that this young man lost his life due to a video game altercation gone wrong. “God please help us.” I’m not sure what the actual reason is for this young man’s death, but I am certain that he left this world way too…

Only Survivor of 1963 Alabama Church Bombing Wants Compensation

Only Survivor of 1963 Alabama Church Bombing Wants Compensation

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The lone survivor of a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four black girls said Wednesday she wants millions in compensation for her injuries and won’t accept a top congressional award proposed to honor the victims. Sarah Collins Rudolph, in an interview with The Associated Press, said she feels forgotten 50 years after the blast shocked the nation. Rudolph lost an eye in the Sept. 16, 1963 bombing at Birmingham’s…

Mother and Aunt of Accused Killer in Brunswick Shooting Arrested TOO!

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            This case seems to get more and more confusing. Just last week the aunt of De’Marquise Elkins, the accused killer in the Brunswick shooting, released a statement to the police vouching for her nephew’s where abouts during the time of the shooting. Now, the police are claiming that both the aunt and the accused shooter’s mother have been arrested for falsifying information. Atlanta Black…

George Zimmerman’s brother Wants ‘Black Teens’ Branded As A Threat

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In response to the recent Brunswick, Georgia shooting that resulted in the death a 13 month old Antonio Santiago, Robert Zimmerman, the brother accused murderer George Zimmerman, sent out a tweet depicting side by side pictures of Trayvon Martin and De’Marquise Elkins, the teen accused of shooting the baby boy. The picture shows the boys holding up their middle fingers toward the camera. It also included the caption “A picture speaks…

Ice-T and Coco No Longer the Happy Couple?

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Ice-T and Coco used to be like peanut butter and jelly.  They were inseparable and always seemed in love. Coco manages Ice’s career, booking interviews for him, and even helping him to get gigs on TV shows with his mediocre acting skills. But all does not appear to be well between the two love birds, especially after TMZ showed a photo of Coco getting real flirty with a rapper in…

Scott Sisters Angry Because They Weren’t On Mississippi Gov. Pardon List

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Two Mississippi sisters were shocked to find themselves left off a surprisingly long list of pardons by the outgoing governor and are hoping for better luck with the state’s new chief, The Associated Press reports. Jamie and Gladys Scott made national news last year when Gov. Haley Barbour paroled them from prison on the condition that Gladys donate a kidney to Jamie, whose dialysis was costing the state a whopping…

Lil Wayne ‘s Memoir ‘Gone Till November’ Scheduled To Release In November

Lil Wayne ‘s Memoir ‘Gone Till November’ Scheduled To Release In November

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Well, it was only a matter of time before this happened. This month Lil Wayne rolled out his first clothing line Trukfit, and before the year ends the New Orleans native will release his first memoir, “Gone Till November.” The book will give fans an in-depth look at the eight months Weezy spent behind bars at New York’s Rikers Island complex for a gun possession charge. The memoir is scheduled…

MJ’s Former Manager Says Singer Started Propofol in 1999

MJ’s Former Manager Says Singer Started Propofol in 1999

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    Michael Jackson took Propofol as early as 1999, a former manager claims in a new book — and says Jackson was late to his 30th anniversary concerts because he was drugged up. Frank Cascio, a former personal assistant to Jackson who eventually became his close friend and manager, writes that he first noticed Jackson taking Demerol in 1993 during his “Dangerous” tour. He says Jackson was first introduced…