The official trailer for Paramount’s new docu-series ‘Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story’ has hit the net.

Executive produced by Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter has the net, the six-part series subjects and recounts the life of Trayvon Martin, whose 2012 shooting polarized the world and gave birth to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

The project, which premieres July 30th, provides an intimate look into the story of a young life tragically cut short by injustice under the co-direction of Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby-Nason.

Included are touching interviews with Martin’s parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin; along with Martin family lawyer Benjamin Crump, Angela Rye, Reverend Al Sharpton, Angela Davis and Carmelo Anthony, among others.

Watch the trailer below…


Brandy is booked and busy.

Currently hard at work on on her next studio album, the multi-dimensional talent is flexing her acting muscles on FOX music drama ‘STAR.’

And it seems the audience, alongside creator Lee Daniels and the show’s producers are impressed with her performance – because B-Rocka has been upped to a regular.

Details below…


British Vogue continues to deliver diversity under the stewardship of new editor Edward Enniful. 

The fashion force has tapped none other than Oprah Winfrey to cover the publication’s August issue.

Looking regal as ever, the media mogul beams a-front the mag and inside it too.

Beyond her Mert & Marcus lensed spread, O – as ever – seized the moment to spotlight important conversations. Specifically voicing her support of the #Metoo and Time’s Up movements.

Check out her words below, where pics also await…


As Black Twitter continues to criticise his alleged business practices, Lee Daniels has found the time to respond to his old friend Mo’Nique…the Oscar winning star he is now feuding with.

What he had to say about her will enrage her supporters.

What it was? The suggestion that she is ungrateful and should be honoured that she was supported by Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey and himself…and that she should shut up.”

Watch below…


Pat Houston has fresh feelings on the tragic passing of her dear friend and sister-in-law Whitney Houston and her daughter Bobbi Kristina.

Where shared them? ‘ABC.’

Pat is backing the release of the new documentary ‘Whitney’ and sat down with the outlet to discuss its unveiling and speak openly about the abuse Whitney and her brother suffered at the hands of Dionne Warwick‘s sister DeeDee.

Watch below…


Les Twins in ‘Men in Black‘?

Yes…’tis happening.

Awesome news below…


Another couple bites the dust and this time it’s Brit-Pop pair Cheryl and Liam Payne.

Details below…


Rihanna may not have featured much in ‘Ocean’s 8,’ but her name – alongside that of Sandra Bullock and Sara Paulson – is proving potent at the global box office.

Details below…


Kandi Burruss is currently hard at work on the next season of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ but, while spending time with her Xscape bandmates, was kind enough to spend some time with her fans via a live chat.

There, as fresh reports seem to calcify claims that Kenya Moore will not return to the show, Burruss spoke openly about her decision to reconcile with Porsha Williams and how she feels about Phaedra Parks‘ potential return to the series.

Watch below…


While many across the world are mourning Joe Jackson, who died this week after battling terminal cancer, Bette Midler isn’t.

The 89-year-old Jackson family patriarch was renown for his iron-handed approach to honing his children into household names; a reality achieved several times over with the career successes of the Jackson 5, as well as Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson as soloists. All artists he managed at pivotal points.

Still, his tactics rendered him a polarizing figure in life and seemingly in death too. Because, Midler took to social media to weigh-in and had less than favorable things to say.

See what we mean below…


Ready for another edition of Retro Rewind?

You’re in luck! For, today will bring with it a brand new edition designed to pull you down one of Pop culture’s more memorable lanes.

At the end of it?

Whitney Houston, Wendy Williams and their unforgettable interview!

The conversation you are to hear took place in 2003 and came about after Whitney, who was annoyed by remarks Wendy had made about her on the air, called in to give her a piece of her mind.

Listen below…


Lewis Hamilton wants to make amends and expresses exactly this on the August cover of British GQ.

The F1 superstar made headlines last December when he poked fun at his young nephew for wearing a dress. Sharing the clip on social media, he wrote at the time:  “boys don’t wear princess dresses.”

Social media lit him all the way up and he later apologised.

Now, he takes it a step further, by covering the magazine in a skirt – a Scottish kilt.

Inside the issue, the 33-year-old addressed the matter head on. His words below…


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