Donald Trump may be planning to protect Americans from the Coronavirus by blocking British citizens from entering the country.
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This evening brings with it the hotly anticipated debut of ‘Nought’s + Crosses’ on BBC1.
The six-part series is a TV adaptation of Malorie Blackman‘s like-titled book series, which has won numerous awards – including the Fantastic Fiction honor.
While staying true to the heart and body of the original story, the visual incarnation adds a contemporary kick.
The narrative tells the tale of an alternate world where a flipped form of racism divides society.
Anchored by Masali Baduza and Jack Rowan, the narrative centers on the love story between Sephy and Callum.
Sephy is a ‘Cross,’ a member of the Black ruling class and daughter of a prominent politician. While Callum is a ‘Nought,’ a white member of the underclass.
Much as we were during an early viewing, the masses will no doubt be glued to screens as the pair navigate complicated layers of power, family, and prejudice in a narrative that very much speaks to the divided socio-political climate of today.
Ahead of its premiere That Grape Juice caught up with the executive producer of ‘Noughts + Crosses,’ Kibwe Tavares.
His words on the must-see series, which features an appearance from superstar Stormzy, below…
Tyler Perry has asked his fans to stand by him as he launches an investigation into the suspicious death of his nephew.
The young man was serving time after killing his father during an argument and was found dead after being placed in solitary confinement. Authorities claim it was suicide.
Today, Perry reveals that he has good reason to believe that there is more to the story as he is aware that his nephew isn’t the first African-American person to be found dead in suspicious circumstances while in police custody.
His words below…