Powerful ‘Daily News’ Cover Criticizes NFL’s Decision on Anthem Kneeling Ban
In light of the NFL’s recent decision on fining those who choose not to stand for the National Anthem, the New York Daily News cooked up a scathing cover for Thursday morning in response.
The image portrays the silhouette of a person who is kneeling in front of the American flag stitched with the names of those who have been killed at the hands of police brutality.
Milwaukee Police Respond to Sterling Brown Incident
M ilwaukee Police released the body camera video of the arrest and tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown on Wednesday and the Milwaukee police department chief has offered a half-hearted apology for the incident, vowing to improve police-community relations.
However, the Milwaukee Police Association has released a statement defending officers, saying that it is the city leadership and former chief who are truly to blame for “understaffing” and calling the use of force “a necessary component of policing.”
You can read the entire statement below.
Cardi B Videos for “I Like It” and “Dinero” Coming Soon
While Cardi’s pregnancy might keep her from hitting the stage for a while, that doesn’t mean the promo for her debut album is stopping any time soon.
In a new promo video for YouTube music, we get a sneak peak of Cardi’s music video for the Latin-tinged hit “I Like It.” Featuring colorful costumes and bright back drops, this one is definitely about to be a hit when it drops. We’re also on the look out for the video of her collab with Jennifer Lopez and DJ Khaled, “Dinero,” which is set to drop Thursday afternoon.
‘The Hate U Give’ Movie Lands a Release Date
We finally have a release date for the movie adaptation of one of the most poignant YA novels of our time. The Hate U Give is set to hit movie screens on October 19.
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