Neither Nene Leakes or Claudia Jordan currently star on the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ anymore, but the ATL alums aren’t short on drama.

Having originally sparred on season 7, the pair appeared to be on more cordial ground in recent years.

However, that all changed today.

Find out why below…


‘Love & War’ took on new meaning in the life of singer Tamar Braxton over the past few months due to her highly publicized battle with mental health and wellness as well as virtual showdowns with ex-fiance David Adefeso (as we’ve reported here).

The GRAMMY nominee made headlines over the summer for a reported suicide attempt, followed by explosive claims of abuse by and from Adefeso.

After a lengthy silence regarding the dramas, she put the circulating rumors to rest by taking to ‘The Tamron Hall Show’ Wednesday (October 28) to address the controversial topics head on.

Breaking down in tears as she recounted the dissolution of her relationship with David, look inside to see just what she said about that and other matters:


In the three months since her highly publicized suicide attempt, Tamar Braxton has limited her remarks on the incident, its catalyst, and the drama that ensued afterward to social media.

That’s set to change Wednesday (October 28) as the GRAMMY nominee is the featured guest on the next edition of ‘Tamron Hall.’

There, the ‘Love & War’ wailer fielded questions about her ongoing battle with mental health and wellness, alleged physical abuse of former fiance David Adefeso, attempt to repair her relationship with her famous sisters, and so much more.

Ahead of the November 5 season premiere of ‘Braxton Family Values’ (which is set to chronicle the family’s reaction to news of Tamar’s self-harm intent), look inside to preview her emotional sitdown with Hall.


‘Respect,’ MGM’s hotly anticipated Aretha Franklin biopic starring Jennifer Hudson, has been delayed by a considerable frame.

Full story below…


When Chadwick Boseman died after a hard fought battle with colon cancer, the world lost its ‘Black Panther.’ But for Kevin Boseman, he lost his younger brother.

Today, in a surprising development, it’s surfaced that he too had been battling cancer as well.

Full story below…


Kevin Hart and Charlamagne tha God have found a partner in Audible!

Seeking to bring black voices to the forefront, the pair are teaming up with the audio-book service to bring a wide range of audio projects to further the current cultural conversation.

More details below…


Mike Tyson is renown for throwing physical punches, but he’s serving verbal TKO’s too.

The legendary boxer took a break from training for a comeback to launch podcast Hotboxin’ With Mike Tyson.

His latest guest was controversial rapper, Boosie Badazz; a name synonymous with making shocking and offensive remarks about homosexuality and people of Trans experience.

Clearly fed up with the MC’s comments, Tyson seized the moment to square up to him and check him.

See what we mean below…


6ix9ine is easily one of the most polarizing Pop culture figures of the last decade.

Despite commanding one of the industry’s most devoted fan bases among rappers, a great percentage of supporters and practitioners of the genre have also taken a collective stance against him – namely for his reported cultural appropriation and highly documented legal woes.

His intriguing story caught the eye of the good folks at Showtime who, in turn, have made him the subject of a three-episode docuseries called ‘Supervillian.’

Detailing the rise of the former deli clerk-turned-chart topping rapper, ‘Supervillian’ offers a never-before-seen look into the life of the rainbow-haired hitmaker (born Daniel Hernandez) through his own lens as well as others who know intimate details of his tale.

Due early 2021, look inside for the official trailer of the Karam Gill-directed TV affair.


Arguably one of the most popular reality stars of the 2000’s, Tiffany “New York” Pollard is returning to school younger generations that she’s still the ‘H.B.I.C.’ courtesy of the forthcoming “I Love New York: Reunited” TV special.

Details inside:


After a hiatus from their top-rated TV show, ‘Braxton Family Values,’ GRAMMY-winning R&B legend Toni Braxton and her sisters Trina, Traci, Towanda, and Tamar are buckling up for another rollercoaster season of the hit WE tv reality series starting November 5.

Coming shortly after Tamar’s highly publicized departure from the network following the launch of her swan-song solo series, ‘Get Ya Life!’ (click here to read more), the forthcoming installment also captured the family’s real-time response to news of her reported suicide attempt.

Elsewhere across the new extended trailer, fans can get amped about Trina tying the knot again and also Traci’s confrontation with a troubling hurdle.

See the extended teaser for all the forthcoming season’s unfolding action inside:


It’s a wrap for Taraji P. Henson and footballer bae Kelvin Hayden.

Details below…


Following the successes of BLACKPINK (‘Light Up the Sky’), Beyoncé (‘Homecoming’), Lady Gaga (‘Five Foot Two’), and Taylor Swift‘s(‘Miss Americana’) respective Netflix ventures, Shawn Mendes is the latest Pop star to nab his own documentary with the streaming giant.

Titled ‘In Wonder,’ the Grant Singer-directed film (due November 23) is not only set to chronicle the Canadian hitmaker’s meteoric rise to fame but also give a sneak peek at the creation of his new album, ‘Wonder’ (due on shelves December 4).

See the official trailer inside: