Amanda Bynes is determined to reach that white girl mountain top — surviving the experience of a black boyfriend stealing a box of checks from her parents. I think I love her.
Via The Smoking Section:
Don’t keel over and die just yet.
You going to jail now! Charlotte police have issued an arrest warrant for 47-year-old Antoine Fountain for his role in the massive table-throwing brawl at a drag ball last month, the Charlotte Observer reports. He’s facing a felony charge of inciting a riot. Fountain was arrested for arson after the same event two years ago.
The brawl room clip shows several of your cousins throwing tables, chairs and other items at each other from across a large room. Black unity at its finest. Detectives used the video to help with their investigation but hadn’t made any arrests late Monday.
Check out Fountain’s mugshot from a previous arrest below.
All this talk about the purported top rappers in today’s game has everybody walking around with twisted panties and a screw face, self included to a certain extent. Only because I know better.
Chicago-based SSBBW pornstar Supreme Diva is so advanced in her skills set, she doesn’t have to drop a street single, club banger, album or mixtape in order to influence the culture.
Personally, I feel inspired.
Are you alone? Time to shed those tattoo tears Tupac spoke about on “I Ain’t Mad At Cha.”
Back in October during a high school football game in Ohio, St. Clairsville senior star running back Michael Ferns had nothing preventing him for scoring a touchdown but slowed down as he approached the end zone and walked out of bounds at the 1-yard line.
It was at that point that St. Clairsville’s coach Brett McLean called for freshman Logan Thompson to enter the game. Thompson’s father had died of a stroke two days earlier.
“You’re going in at running back,” McLean yelled as he grabbed Thompson’s shoulders. “Tell them to run 26 Power.” Thompson, a linebacker who only occasionally played wide receiver, silently stared back at McLean. The freshman hadn’t played much on varsity and had never lined up at running back before.
“You know what,” McLean said. “It’s easy. Just follow Michael Ferns’ big butt.”
And that’s what he did.
After lying in an El Paso, Texas morgue for more than three months, actor Sherman Hemsley can finally be buried.
Hemsley, who played George Jefferson on the TV sitcom ‘The Jeffersons,’ died July 24 of lung cancer. The crisper section in Black Hollywood’s mobile refrigerator hasn’t seen that much action since James Brown died in 2006.