Bill Cosby’s name has been removed from the Television Academy’s website, including from the list of honorees in the organization’s Television Hall of Fame, according to Variety. Additionally, the Academy confirmed on Wednesday (May 3rd) a bust of the comedian/actor had been removed during construction at the organization’s North Hollywood campus and it will not return to […]


Janet Jackson fans are counting down the hours and minutes until something happens, though they don’t know what it is. Jackson launched a countdown on her official website that ends on Today, May 1 at 9 p.m. ET. The singer, staying silent on social media since her last update on April 14 (a sweet selfie with […]

According to Pulse of Radio, Aretha Franklin has announced that she is suing satire website The News Nerd for $10 million for defamation for starting the rumor that she and Patti Labelle got into a physical altercation at the Women of Soul concert at the white house last month. Aretha said in a statement, “The […]


The POTUS isn’t playing about his health care law.  According to Pulse of Radio, After the disastrous rollout of the Affordable Care Act over the last two months, and with the website now working for most people who try to use it, President Obama is trying to refocus on talking up the benefits of the law. […]

Keith Sweat has launched a new dating website called ‘True Love Meets’… Read more…

Facebook plans to roll out a major redesign of user profiles at its f8 developer conference this week, Mashable has learned. Details about the redesign are sparse, but two sources familiar with Facebook’s plans (who have asked to remain anonymous) have told us that the redesign is “major” and will make Facebook profiles nexuses for […]

*R. Kelly recently told XXL Magazine this month why he created He also took time to break down one of his compositions. “Well ‘I Wish’ was basically about Tupac at first.” Says Kelly. “I met Tupac in L.A. – the [Hotel Nikko], and he was rolling by in his drop-top whatever hot car. I […]

African-Americans are increasingly seeking degrees and post-graduate education, especially online, and especially at for-profit colleges and universities. Overall, about 43 percent of the students at for-profit colleges are members of minority groups, with the University of Phoenix leading the way. It leads the country in number of bachelor’s degrees awarded to African-Americans and has reported […]