*Yeah, because dating black men means that a white woman CANNOT be racially insensitive specifically towards a black woman or an entire race for that matter.
That’s what Chelsea Handler believes because she’s dated black men including 50 Cent. However, she made what some think were racially insensitive comments about “12 Years A Slave” and Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o.
“Congratulations #12yearsaslave Go to Africa or buy #ugandabekiddingme To pre order go to http://amzn.to/1pS4qpG #Oscars @chelseahandler pic.twitter.com/BurqtrFgEn.”
*See, it doesn’t look so bad, right?
You know the worse thing in the world is to get to work or school and the crispy salad you packed at home only a few hours before is now soggy.
Ugh! Makes you gag to think about it right? Well, you may find this hard to believe, but now there’s an app for that.
Naw, not an app, but a trend called The Salad In A Jar!” And if you build it according to these tips, soggy salad is sure to be a thing of the past.
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*She may have an Oscar and plenty of love and support, but Lupita Nyong’o is not immune to the occasional hater or two.
The entertainer, who won the best supporting actress award for her work on “12 Years a Slave,” has been at the center of scrutiny and debate since the Oscar aired on Sunday. As a result, Nyong’o jokingly decided to create her own race. Continue reading
*As a roving writer, I’ve found myself in many intriguing spaces and places, from the east to the west coast and various international destinations to boot. And as par for the course during my travels, given my hard-to-pin-down accent and sensibilities, I’m usually asked the question, “where are you from?”
I used to hesitate a touch before answering because in my mind I had previously never felt like I exactly hailed from the pride of our great country … Louisville, Kentucky. It was no New York, LA or Miami, etc. So, once I would manage to get it out, without fail, I’d receive the polite yet sympathetic, “oh … OK…” Continue reading
*Mo’Nique’s 82-pound weight loss owes more to the Oscar winner’s husband and children rather than her own energy to hit the gym.
The entertainer, who worked over the past year to shed more than 80 pounds, revealed her motivation to taking the weight off while chatting at the 22nd Annual Pan-African Film and Arts Festival.
“It truly let’s you know what you’re made of,” said Mo’Nique, who labeled her journey to get rid of her weight as “amazing.” Continue reading
Bernard Hopkin & Beubut Shumenov
*Washington, D.C. is known as a city where history is made.
On Saturday, April 19, another historic event will take place in the nation’s capital when IBF Light Heavyweight World Champion Bernard Hopkins faces WBA World Champion Beibut Shumenov in an attempt, at 49-years-old, to become the oldest fighter in boxing history to unify world titles.
The DC Armory, the site of several championship boxing matches in the last year, will host the return of the future Hall of Famer to the capital for the SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® main event (9 p.m. ET/PT delayed on the West Coast). Continue reading