Megan Thee Stallion blew the roof off ‘SNL’ Saturday night (October 3) with a rocking performance of her #1 hit, ‘Savage.’

In addition to serving a high octane rendition of her inaugural chart-topper on her inaugural visit to the legendary variety show, Stallion used the opportunity to shine a light on the recently unveiled decision in the Breonna Taylor case- even slamming the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron during a powerful “moment of silence” as speeches addressing social injustice played in the background.

A must see moment indeed, look inside to see how she fared on the Chris Rock-hosted kickoff of the series’ 46th season.


Alicia Keys continues to blaze the promotional trail in support of her freshly released self-titled album, ‘Alicia.’

The songbird’s latest stop is the cover of GQ Hype.

There the 15-time GRAMMY winner poses it up in a striking shoot lensed by James Bailey. 

Within its inner-pages, Keys opens up about her journey to genuine confidence, Breonna Taylor, and much more.

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Nene Leakes is back-peddling on her “graceful” exit from the ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta.’

After rumors of her being fired reached fever-pitch, the reality star stepped forward to announce that she was departing the show – seemingly on her own volition.

At the time, she thanked all involved and appeared zen about closing her ‘Housewives’ chapter.

A move that surprised many given her social media digs and allusion to taking legal action in the weeks and months before.

However, the peace didn’t last long. Because, her latest words have many wondering whether she’s become unhinged.

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Almost seventh months have passed since Louisville, KY healthcare worker Breonna Taylor was killed by police in a raid-gone-wrong.

And the international outcry remains sky-high this week, following news that none of the officers have been charged with murder or manslaughter in relation to her death.

One person who isn’t part of the furious mass is basketball legend Charles Barkley.

For, during TNT’s pregame coverage of the Western Conference Finals, he offered words that have rustled the feathers of many.

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Wednesday afternoon (September 23), a grand jury indicted former Louisville police Detective Brett Hankison on 3 charges of ‘wanton endangerment’ for firing into a neighboring apartment the night Kentucky EMT and aspiring nurse Breonna Taylor was killed by cops (as we reported here).

The decision was handed down after six months of pressure from civil rights activists, celebrities, protestors, and more to arrest to the three officers responsible for killing.  The other two officers remain uncharged for the incident – meaning no one is being held directly responsible for Taylor’s death.

As protests erupt around the country in response, celebrities like Alicia Keys, John Legend, Oprah, Cardi B, George Clooney, Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, and more have taken to social media to express their outrage.

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It’s been over 6 months since officers from the Louisville Police Department shot to death African American EMT worker and aspiring nurse Breonna Taylor in her Kentucky home after breaking down the door to her apartment in execution of a late-night, “no-knock” warrant.

Inciting a firestorm of controversy in the wake of the incident, the department did eventually terminate Brett Hankison and banned “no-knock” warrants but the state justice system at large failed to bring said policeman on charges (click here to read more).

That fate was changed when a grand jury presented its official report and their findings were announced Wednesday (September 23).

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Breonna Taylor’s family have reached a “substantial” settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Louisville today.

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On Thursday (September 10), Alicia Keys and Chloe x Halle helped the NFL turn its annual kickoff event into a celebration of Black excellence and an opportunity to shed a spotlight on social injustice.

While the sister act took to the event to render a haunting rendition of the U.S. National Anthem (while donning George Floyd and Breonna Taylor t-shirts), Keys delivered a moving rendition of the Negro National Anthem – ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing.’

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Under her Spike Tee moniker, Teyana Taylor self-directs a gripping music video for her newest song, ‘Still.’

Lifted as a tribute to victims of police brutality including Emmett Till, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and more, Taylor took to Instagram Wednesday (September 2) to trumpet the clip’s arrival and speak about the inspiration behind it.

“We are STILL emotional. We STILL keep fighting for love, justice. Yet we STILL keep losing our beautiful black lives. Where’s our healing? #STILL official video out now! I shot this video a few months ago & its crazy how to this day our cry for love is STILL so relevant today and plans to be for a very long time smh!WE DEMAND CHANGE!!! There wasn’t one day that went by in the editing room that I didn’t shed a tear. Smh. This project means so much to me and I’m honored to finally be able to share with you. Thank you to everyone Involved.”
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Porsha Williams will not be silenced, even if her freedom is at stake.

The ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star proved as much today, because she presently sits behind bars after being arrested at a protest for Breonna Taylor.

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It’s been five months since Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African American woman from Louisville, KY, was shot and killed in her home by police officers who executed a no-knock search warrant that wasn’t issued for her in the first place.

To date, none of the policemen reportedly responsible (Metro Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, Officer Myles Cosgrove and former Officer Brett Hankison) have been arrested in connection to the incident.

Despite open letters and demands generated by the likes of celebrity figures Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, Queen Latifah, Cardi B, Kerry Washington, and more (as we reported here), the powers-that-be have yet to issue any progress on putting any suspects behind bars.

To provide another nudge, six-time NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving is teaming with BET Her to shine a spotlight on the tragic event in a TV special.

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Producer JW Lucas is under fire for shocking comments made about Breonna Taylor.

As widely reported, the unarmed Black woman was shot multiple times in her home by police and there have been global calls for justice.

Yet, not all are in accordance. Namely JW.

Born John Wesley Lucas, the caucasian creative makes his living in Hip-Hop and has helmed hits for the likes of Black talent DaBaby, Pop Smoke, and Lil Uzi Vert.

However, comments he’s made has the community collectively raising eyebrows

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