Ed Hartwell And Keshia Knight Pulliam Share Wedding Photo

Keshia Knight Pulliam and Ed Hartwell got engaged and quickly walked down the aisle. The couple got married in a little over 20 days.

Big Tigger threw accusations out telling everyone that the new couple may have already been married when the world found out about the engagement. Maybe he was telling the truth after all.

Keshia took to Instagram to share a shocking photo of the couple kissing taken during their wedding ceremony with the caption: The most AMAZING day of our life!!! New “Kandidly Keshia” available on play.it/Keshia. Listen as we share our magical wedding day. #IAmOfficiallyMrsHartwell

We wish the couple everlasting love but can’t help but wonder how the two moved so fast after Pulliam had recently been in a relationship with Big Tigger for so many years.

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Celine Dion Says Goodbye To Love Of Her Life

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Today was an emotional end to a love story that lasted over 20 years.

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Singer, Celine Dion got to say her final goodbye to husband of 21 years, Rene Angelil at his funeral in Montreal. Along with her came their three sons, Rene-Charles, Eddy and Nelson. The funeral took place in the same church where the couple got married in 1994.

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Rene passed away after battling cancer for a while. The next day, Celine lost her brother Daniel to the same deadly disease. This has been quite a month for the songstress and we wish her all the best. Losing two people that you love dearly can be extremely overwhelming.

Macklemore Released ‘White Privilege II’: Calls Out Miley Cyrus And Iggy Azalea

Macklemore boldly calls out Iggy Azeala & Mylie Cyrus on “White Privilege II”
“We’re more concerned with being called racist than we are with racism.” New Macklemore “White Privilege II” song released in the middle of a questionable American nation.

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10 years ago, back in 2005, Macklemore released a thought-provoking song called “White Privilege” on his solo album, The Language Of My World. Now, with their new album, titled, This Unruly Mess I’ve Made, dropping next month, the Seattle native and his band-mate, Ryan Lewis have returned with a sequel.

At nearly nine minutes, “White Privilege II” touches on racial injustice in our America, the Black Lives Matter ongoing movement, and everything in between. The explosive music is sure to get people talking.

Come Again? Sam Smith Accused Of Racist Remarks

Sam Smith screams ”Black C*nt!!” at someone outside Freedom Bar London according to a concert goer.

This is appalling to say the least. I’m really not sure what is going on these days but it seems as if things are going backwards.

Truthfully we would love to think the world has changed for the better but each day when we turn on the news or scroll through social media, someone new is caught up in racial scandals.

We like to look up to these celebrities as role models, although they tend to disappoint us more often than not. Racism is a refuge for the ignorant in the world , it seeks to divide and to destroy, it is the enemy of freedom, it should be stamped out permanently.

Sam Smith is a great artist but if the accusations of the monstrous comments made by him are true, we feel sorry for him.

Here are a few tweets from the singer where it seems like he is attempting to justify his foolish behavior without detailing the events that took place:

Tragic!

Throwback Special: Rosie Perez And Tupac Story

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– Explain the picture of you and #Tupac .”
Rosie: ” Everyone thought that we were having sex…and weren’t. What had happen was is that I was supposed to go the Soul Train Music awards with this other guy in the music industry don’t ask who, he stood me up! He stood me up 15 minutes before we were supposed to leave and Tupac..we were friends and he called me up he was like “wassup?” and I was crying and he said ” Yo, forget that muthafucka.”, and he said let’s go up there, i’ll be your date.” and I said what? and he goes ” He’s gonna be so jealous of me and you.” and everything and I said “yeah?” and he goes “plus I want you to hook me up with #Madonna .” We were in the limousine me, Tupac and my best friend Julie and we were sitting there smoking and I look at Pac and he looks at me and I go “Are we supposed to kiss or something?” and he said no, because you’re the type of girl that someone marries.” “and we got out of the limo and I was soo stoned and I was so scared and everything and he’s like “Don’t worry, I got you and that’s the moment in the picture of him holding my hand. (thefreerootsproject)

Stacey Dash Is Not Here For The Black Community

In Response To The Oscar’s Lack of Diversity: Stacey Dash Boldly Says There Should Be No BET, NAACP Image Awards or Black History Month

Here is our thoughts on the issue:

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. There is no need to bash one another in order to be heard.
Stacy Dash is a soul lost in corporate America, that tried and almost succeeded in Hollywood.

It is clear that this woman is hurting from god knows what. Maybe a black person did her wrong in her past but to bash your own community is beyond comprehension.

At one point, Dash was a big part of our history and made us all proud, that a beautiful black queen could grace our television screens and take on roles side by side with white America.

Today, Stacey opens her mouth and spits out uneducated coonery every chance she gets.

You don’t have to agree with the struggle but you MUST respect it. We have come much to far as a race for idiotic comments to be made on national TV. Your brain should help you to think before you speak in any situation.

If it were not for the protests and battles we fought and won in history, Stacey would not be able to sit on Fox News today and speak her opinions.

So, Stacey we say to you, if it we’re not for BET, NAACP IMAGE AWARDS OR BLACK HISTORY MONTH, you amongst many black entertainers and leaders would not have had a platform in the first place.

This is what BET Network had to say in response to Dash’s ignorant comments: