(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for NBCUniversal) Gregg Leakes’cancer diagnosis has been touch and go for a while but on Monday he and his wife Nene Leakes praised the results of a scan that revealed some great news for the Real Housewives of Atlanta reality TV stars. —Tiger Woods sued over employee who died in fatal crash after drinking at golfer’s restaurant—
Ciara and Russell Wilson attend the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2018. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images) Russell Wilson nearly gave his momma a heart attack with a very special Mother’s Day gift that was straight from the heart. With the help of his wife, pop songstress Ciara, and a few family members, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback walked his mom Tammy Wilson up to a house and then handed over the keys and told her the place was all hers.
Mental health is a subject that has been largely ignored by the Black community for years, even though it affects us in a major way. With suicide on the rise, the days of “praying the problems away” are long being us and more celebrities have been willing to open up about battling things like depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. These brave voices are prompting more people of color to seek the help they need and make self-care a priority. Here are 5 women we’re super proud of for sharing their stories: 1Taraji P. HensonTaraji P.
(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Jada Pinkett Smith has been making a major mark with her Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk and the latest episode is no exception. In today’s episode, Jada Pinkett Smith and Adrienne Banfield Norris sit down with former NBA player, Keyon Dooling, who comes forward with his story of childhood molestation and how keeping it a secret for years drove him to a mental institution.
During a time when most of us feel like we’ve already seen everything, this weekend writer/director Jeremy Saville somehow managed to drop a trailer for a movie so bad and so offensive, that even the more complacent sections of Twitter sat up and took notice. The teaser was for an ill advised movie named LOQUEESHA, and starts off with Saville (who also stars in the film as Joe) and comes off as a broke man’s Jerry Seinfeld. Like most parents, he wants the best for his son and that includes the expensive private school education he seems not to be able to afford.