Hair today, gone tomorrow!
Tiffany Haddish made the big chop live on Instagram and she unpacks why after the jump…
Kevin Hart is ready to bring the laughs via his forthcoming venture with Quibi.
Teaming with the streaming newcomers for their ‘Film in Chapters’ series, the funnyman has unveiled a sneak peek at his project, ‘Die Hart’ – a spoof on his dream to ditch comedy to become an action star.
Co-starring John Travolta, the July 20-due flick will unveil new chapters every weekday before coming to a close July 29.
Look inside for the official trailer:
Nearly four months have passed since Louisville, KY healthcare worker Breonna Taylor was killed by police in a raid-gone-wrong, but – as of time reported – the officers who committed the crime have not been brought to justice.
Despite pressures from celebrities likes Beyoncé, Cardi B, Alicia Keys, Queen Latifah, Kerry Washington, and more using their collective platforms to urge action on the case (as we reported here), law officials in the area have not announced any plan to arrest or charge the culprits.
To keep up the momentum of the calls for justice, basketball superstar Kyrie Irving has teamed with rapper/activist Common for the TV special, ‘#SAYHERNAME: BREONNA TAYLOR.’
Kenya Moore is getting her mogul on.
Viewers of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta will note that the star has long touted the length, health, and strength of her tresses.
She’s spun said prowess into what she says is a multi-million dollar business – aptly named Kenya Moore Haircare.
With the US observing #BlackoutTuesday – a day to spotlight and buy from Black-owned businesses – the former Miss USA is seizing the moment to share a brand new commercial for her brand.
Check it out below…
Cop a gander at KeKe Palmer!
The multi-hyphenate star – when not stunning audiences via her TV, film, music, or talk show hosting endeavors – is shining her own light on activism, namely causes related to the social injustice for people of color.
A frontrunner among celebrities using their platforms to awaken conversations around Black Lives Matter, the 26-year-old recently took to ‘Cosmopolitan’ to not only serve as its July/August covergirl but also dish on the moves she’s making to make the world a better place.
See highlights from the accompanying photo shoot inside:
Kylie Jenner may be a polarizing figure in Pop culture, but there’s no denying the commercial clout she carries.
Indeed, whether it’s make-up or clothing: if Kylie rocks it, there are many who will flock to buy it.
As such, when the socialite donned a new dress on her magnetic Instagram, questions begun to fly as to who the designer was.
And while Loud Brnd Studios waved their hand and expressed thanks for the exposure, a Twitter user went viral claiming Jenner was deliberately trying to not shine light on the Black-owned brand.
Well, the mogul has clapped-back.
Her words below…
Alfre Woodard‘s illustrious career adds an incredible new chapter named ‘Clemency.’
Directed by Chinonye Chukwu, the harrowing prison drama won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and deservingly so.
The film sees Woodard deliver a masterful performance as death row Warden Bernadine Williams.
Throughout its course, ‘Clemency’ hones in on the tall toll executions and their preceding moments take on Williams.
Central to the story is her interaction with a particular prisoner (played by Aldis Hodge), who maintains his innocence.
Ahead of the film’s UK release on July 17th, That Grape Juice‘s Samuel Eni caught up with the revered actress, who opened up about the role, the move towards equality in Black in Hollywood, advice for young creatives, and much more.
Controversy may have put a pause on Colin Kaepernick‘s earnings on the field, but the NFL quarterback is most certainly collecting his off of it.
Because it’s just been confirmed that the footballer turned race activist has signed a major deal with Walt Disney.
Full story below…