Jada Pinkett Smith sent shockwaves through the internet yesterday when she confirmed August Alsina‘s claims of a romantic relationship.

Taking to her Red Table Talk platform on Facebook Watch, the actress was joined by husband Will Smith – and together they lifted the veil on what had been a family matter.

Join us below to for a summary of what was laid out and laid bare…


Over the course of Beyonce‘s illustrious career, she’s shared the stage with a number of talents.

And at VH1 Divas 2003, one of the gifted acts she joined forces with was Folk singer Jewel.

Together, the pair shone with a stirring rendition of Tina Turner’s ‘Proud Mary.’

That said, many were surprised with the pairing – given their vastly different styles. Many including Jewel herself.

In a candid account of the collaboration, she opens up about what it was like working with then freshly solo Bey.

Her words below…


Professional linebacker Kyle Queiro found out the hard way Black Twitter does not play about ‘The Way’ wailer Jill Scott.

The GRAMMY winner saw her name trending over the weekend because Queiro took to the platform Friday (July 10) to say:

It wasn’t long before some of the diva’s fans came to her defense, schooling the 25-year-old on Scott’s longstanding sex appeal.  Hours later, Queiro found himself Black Twitter enemy #1.

See the melee inside:


As the search for Naya Rivera enters its fourth day, actor Tahj Mowry has opened up about his struggle dealing with her disappearance.

In a candid letter shared on social media, the star described the ‘Glee’ actress as his “first experience with everything; love, intimacy, heartbreak.”

As reported, 33-year-old Rivera is presumed dead after her four-year-old son Josey was found alone on a boat in Lake Piru. The youngster was with his Mom went it initially set sail. Hence the prognosis.

Mowry’s words await below…


Welcome to Retro Rewind, the TGJ original feature developed to celebrate some of TV and Film’s brightest moments.

Today, we revisit Douglas Sirk‘s version of Fannie Hurst‘s ‘Imitation of Life’ tale.

In it, a young woman living in a pre-Civil Rights world, makes her way into a violently racist society hiding a secret she hopes those closest to her will never uncover.

A secret, rooted in the reality that she is a black woman passing as a white one.

“How do you tell your child that she was born to be hurt”.

Full story below…


‘Greenleaf’ is back on OWN for its fifth and final season.

Anchored by Merle Dandridge (Grace Greenleaf), Lynn Whitfield (Lady Mae Greenleaf), and Keith David (Bishop Greenleaf), the church drama has gripped viewers with its juicy take on what happens beyond the pulpit of one of Memphis’ most prominent (fictional) megachurches.

Following its dramatic climax last year, this next chapter of the show sees the Greenleafs attempt to maintain a united front in the face of losing their church to Bob Whitmore and Harmony & Hope Ministries.

Naturally, dramas abound and the family are tasked with navigating their fractious union in a bid for a breakthrough.

Watch a preview of the episode 4, which airs next Monday, below…


Brandy took center stage at the 2020 Census Concert That Count.

The Vocal Bible served up a chapter and verse in musical brilliance while performing classics such as ‘Baby,’ ‘Sittin’ Up In My Room,’ and ‘I Wanna Be Down.’

B-Rocka also performed current single ‘Baby Mama,’ which is lifted from forthcoming album ‘B7’ (due July 31st).

Watch the star shine like only she can below…


Keke Palmer found herself in the firing line of August Alsina, after the R&B singer detected what he felt to be shade from her related to Jada Pinkett Smith’s explosive Red Table Talk episode. 

As reported, Alsina slammed Palmer – alleging that she felt a way because he rejected her romantic advances.

Now, the multi-hyphenate starlet has responded.

Her words below…


‘No Love’ singer August Alsina proved he had exactly that for former rumored fling KeKe Palmer Friday (July 10) when he took to social media to clap back at her for weighing in on his newly publicized relationship woes with Jada Pinkett-Smith.

See it inside:


Despite moving on to its follow-up, ‘Girls in the Hood’ (click here to listen), Megan Thee Stallion is still showing love to her first ever Hot 100 chart-topper, ‘Savage.’

The J. White Did It-produced tune got a vogue-inspired remix via a performance on HBO MAX’s ballroom dance competition, ‘Legendary,’ where Stallion also serves as resident judge.

For its season 1 finale, the 25-year-old served high fashion, choreography, and her signature sass in abundance.

Look inside to see the action:


Meet the first African-American ‘Batwoman’.

All you need to know about Javicia Leslie‘s union with the role below…


Pop, Hip-Hop, and Country collide on the surprise collaboration of award-winning musical acts Kane Brown, Swae Lee, and Khalid.

Assembling for Brown’s new song, ‘Be Like That’ (which dropped Friday, July 10), the unlikely trio trade verses about the ups-and-downs of love.

“I might be better on my own / I hate you blowing up my phone / I wish I never met your ass / But sometimes it be like that,” the hook proclaims, before switching over to a more positive light: “But I’m not myself the nights you’re gone / There ain’t no way I’m moving on / I’m not afraid to need you bad / Sometimes it be like that,” Kane croons over the Charlie Handsome-produced track.

Hear it in full inside: