Drake Clearly Doesn’t Care If You’re Waiting for Him to Respond to Pusha T.
Perhaps he’s hoping that by dropping that Degrassi reunion video and announcing his album release that you’ll forget how he was completely obliterated by Pusha just weeks ago. Perhaps it’s working. And perhaps you should probably just get into his new music video for “I’m Upset” below.
Scorpion‘s due on June 29.
As Promised, Jemele Hill‘s Alma Mater Just Named Its Auditorium After Her.
The beloved ESPN journalist also delivered the commencement speech for the school’s class of 2018 on Monday. In August, she’ll head back to Detroit for the National Association of Black Journalists convention, where she’s slated to receive the award for Journalist of the Year.
Jay Ellis Put This Twitter User to Sleep!
Don’t. Come. For. Issa. Rae. Unless. You. Want. These. Twitter. Fingers. See what co-star Jay Ellis had to say to a critical Twitter user who dared to suggest Rae’s out for Black men.
And Now, Miguel’s Major League Soccer Ad.
The sultry crooner stars in “Our Soccer,” Major League Soccer’s World Cup broadcast spot. Directed by Rollo Jackson, the spot will air online on June 13 and on broadcast TV on Thursday, June 14 in the U.S. and Canada during the World Cup Games.
Take a peek below.
Jamie Foxx Denies Sexual Misconduct Allegations.
After being accused of hitting a woman with his member in 2002, the actor “emphatically denies” that it happened.
“He will be filing a report with the Las Vegas Police Department against the woman for filing a false police report against him,” his lawyer said in a statement to PEOPLE. “The first time Mr. Foxx became aware of this woman’s absurd claims about an incident that supposedly occurred sixteen years ago was when TMZ contacted his representatives today about this story.”
Legendary Women’s Basketball Player & Coach Anne Donovan Has Passed Away.
According to ESPN, she died of heart failure on Wednesday.
“While it is extremely difficult to express how devastating it is to lose Anne, our family remains so very grateful to have been blessed with such a wonderful human being,” Donovan’s family said in a statement to ESPN. “Anne touched many lives as a daughter, sister, aunt, friend and coach.”
She was 56.
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