After giving fans insight into the lives of ‘Mob Wives’ VH1 is now preparing to unleash a series about high-profile players in the drugs game.
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Like in the case of LaVena Johnson, the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of 17-year-old Kendrick Johnson have been ignored by mainstream media outlets and elected officials despite calls from their mourning relatives to uncover the truth.
This year, after his family were asked to believe that his passing was a “freak accident”, Kendrick’s family stand closer to the truth after the third autopsy to be carried out on him revealed that he was struck by a large object before his body was rolled up into a gym mat.
A sad and deeply upsetting story below…
For eight years they enchanted the world, broke barriers, scored record approval ratings, and etched their names into the history books.
But that only part of the story.
Now, with newly released memoir ‘Becoming,’ Michelle is opening up about her journey.
To celebrate its arrival, the Harvard and Princeton graduate covers the December/January issue of Essence magazine.
Head below for excerpts from the feature, which hits newsstands on November 23rd.
Michelle Obama‘s thrilling new book ‘Becoming‘ is already on course to becoming one of the fastest/highest-selling books of the year following its publication on November 13th.
In it, the highly educated political royal pulls the world behind her velvet rope to reveal what life was really like for her during her time as First Lady and the journey she thanks for leading her to the powerful position.
Now, during a brand new interview with ‘Good Morning America‘, she unpacked her thoughts and feelings about Hillary Clinton and her chances of beating Donald Trump in 2020.
Her estimation below…
Michelle Obama may no longer be a resident of White House, but she remains one of the world’s most revered women.
And now the former First Lady is inviting the masses to get to know her by way of new memoir, ‘Becoming Michelle Obama.’
Due in stores tomorrow (November 13th), the book sees the Harvard and Princeton graduate wax honest about her personal journey, her marriage to Barack Obama and the challenges they faced, her stint as First Lady, Donald Trump, and much more.
Already hailed as the year’s most compelling page-turner, the memoir is the subject of a rivetting feature in ELLE’s December issue – which Michelle covers.
Oprah Winfrey takes on interview duties and asks about…well…everything.
Peep pics and excepts below…
A 64-year-old music teacher was arrested and locked up after a shocking encounter with an unruly student.
The man in question, who has now been named as Marston Riley, was attempting to teach a class at Maywood alternative high school when he was confronted by the teen.
First hurling a torrent of verbal abuse, the student then stepped to to Riley who snapped in retaliation and beat the unnamed individual to the back of the classroom.
Watch the jaw-dropping encounter below…