In addition to being hard-at-work on a Lionsgate-produced biopic (as we reported here), Master P finds his inspiring life story the center of another filmed endeavor: a five-part BET docuseries titled ‘No Limit Chronicles.’

Designed to “recount the remarkable journey of the label, from its extraordinary rise to decline and rebirth to prominence,” the highly anticipated TV event will feature candid interviews from No Limit insiders like label head Master P, his son Romeo Miller, Snoop Dogg, Silkk The Shocker, Mia X, Mystikal, and more.

See the official trailer inside:


‘Pose’ was eight days into filming of its third season when the pandemic caused for an abrupt halt.

Now, at a time when the groundbreaking ballroom hit was meant to be on air, details are emerging about the behind the scenes happenings at the FX series.

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Former ‘Everybody Hates Chris’ star Terry Crews is about to make everybody hate Terry if he continues spewing what some are deeming problematic Black rhetoric.

Earlier this month (as we reported here), Crews battled backlash for a controversial tweet about “Black supremacy” and even doubled down on the stance later despite being branded a “coon” and “Uncle Tom” by his offended followers.

Now, he’s reignited fury by emphasizing his previous point through placing a lens on the #BlackLivesMatter.  See it inside:


Phaedra Parks is back on the box!

The reality veteran makes her grand return to screens this week on the latest season of WE tv’s ‘Marriage Boot Camp: Hip-Hop Edition.’

Joined by new flame Medina Islam, Parks will appear alongside other celebrity couples who too are looking to work through their issues.

Ahead of the show’s premiere on Thursday (July 2nd), That Grape Juice caught up with the Georgia peach, who opened up about her decision to join, her relationship with Medina, and the Black Lives Matter movement.

She also answered the pressing question of whether she’d return to the ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta.’

Our insightful interview with Phaedra Parks awaits below…


Michaela Coel is on a roll!

The titan of talent is blazing a trail with self-created shows such as ‘Chewing Gum’ and most recently ‘I May Destroy You’ – the latter of which is receiving critical acclaim on both sides of the pond.

Written, directed, and executive produced by Coel, the BBC/HBO title invites viewers into the luminous world of London, as it unpacks a rivetting story of consent, race, youth culture and working in the media. All with a brand of nuance that many argue has yet to be seen on screen…until now.

In the new issue of British GQ, the star opens up about the hit which has taken the box by storm, as well as racism, and much more.

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Ava DuVernay.

Colin Kaepernick.


It’s happening.

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A new movie named ‘Cracka‘ is expected to bomb when it hits the market after a wave of movie goers announced plans to give it the cold shoulder.

Find out why below…


Janelle Monae, Reese Witherspoon, Zendaya, Jennifer Aniston and Helen Bonham-Carter teamed up to bare all on their latest movie roles for The Hollywood Reporter’s Drama Actresses Roundtable recently.

The conversation usually sees its participants join forces in person but with COVID-19 still at large the Reporter opted to have this group of actresses share their ideas, thoughts and feelings via Zoom.

There, they discussed race, politics and how they intend to use their work to create positive changes within the realm of film.

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The BET Awards 2020 provided many a notable moment courtesy of the host of music stars who took to the “virtual stage.”

Now, after blazing performances from the likes of DaBaby, Jennifer Hudson, Megan Thee Stallion, and more (click here to watch), see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

The full winner’s list awaits inside:


It’s finally here!

The first official trailer for the long-awaited Aretha Franklin biopic, ‘Respect,’ has arrived.

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Naomi Campbell‘s ‘No Filter‘ series is examining how racism and implicit bias works within the arts.

The supermodel invited a number of her friends on the latest episode of the show to discuss her journey in the modelling and fashion industry and how it gave her insight into how prejudice influences the most important decisions which are made in the business.

Decisions, which impact everyday people in the real world.

There, she also addressed the rising trend of up and coming black fashion designers who find themselves (and their innovative ideas) consumed by major fashion houses because they cannot find the investment capital to propel their own ideas to the top.

Press play to watch Campbell chop it up with Bethann Hardison, Tyler Mitchell, and Cleo Wade.


The ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ returns for its 13th season later this year and, if Kenya Moore gets her way, it’ll be back with Vivica Fox on-board.

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