Breonna Taylor’s family have reached a “substantial” settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Louisville today.
Full story below…
Andrew Gillum shared his truth this morning on the season 2 premiere of the Tamron Hall Show.
As reported, the police discovered former candidate for Florida governor in an “inebriated” state in a Miami hotel…where crystal meth was found alongside another man believed to have almost overdosed.
The chain of events, the company he was found with, as well as the aftermath immediately generated questions about the sexuality of the married father of four.
Now, after going to therapy, Gillum has opened up about the entire scandal in a candid sit-down with Hall. A sit-down that saw him share that while he doesn’t identify as gay, he is indeed bisexual.
Watch the clip below…
Timbaland and Swizz Beatz’ series – Verzuz, has breathed new life into the music industry amid the Covid-19 pandemic, which practically brought the global music industry to a halt.
After his own stint on the now popular platform, dancehall legend Beenie Man has been busy at work, finishing off what will be his first album since the Virgin Records released, ‘Undisputed’ in 2006.
Video footage has surfaced of dancehall legend working on a song with rising stars Alex Parvenu and his crew Yard Ruckus – the demo of the song has already proven to be very popular on Irie FM – Jamaica’s biggest radio station.
Kamala Harris has officially made history.
For, in formally accepting the Democratic Vice President nomination, she has become the first black female ever nominated on a major Presidential ticket.
As reported, Harris is Joe Biden‘s running mate in the upcoming election.
In celebration, she took center-stage at day three of the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
Giving an impassioned speech, Harris spoke in earnest about her family, the need to eradicate racism, and foreign relations.
Check out the speech below…
Barack Obama returned to the spotlight on the third day of the 2020 Democratic National Convention — and he did not hold back.
The US’ 44th president condemned sitting premier Donald Trump, claiming his presidency is “one more reality show” for him.
As for Trump’s progress, he stressed that he “hasn’t grown into the job because he can’t.”
The much-loved political figure stepped up in support of his former VP Joe Biden, who is making a bid for the White House in November’s election with Kamala Harris as his running-mate.
Obama’s full speech after the jump…
As the race to the White House intensifies, Michelle Obama stepped back into the spotlight in support of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
The Former First Lady delivered a resonating speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention; one that saw her make no secret of her disapproval of Donald Trump, his policies, and actions.
Watch Obama’s must-see statement below…
Thursday (August 6), nearly a week after promising to do so, President Donald Trump signed executive orders that would ban the popular social media platform TikTok in the United States in 45 days if they are not sold by their Chinese-owned parent companies (namely ByteDance).
If he thought American execs at TikTok would let go of the multi-billion dollar business without a fight, he’s sadly mistaken. According to reports, they’re ready to wage an all-out legal war to combat Trump’s order.