Beef knows no boundaries. It doesn’t matter if you’re still a reality star or if you exist in the same television sphere, sometimes you just plain don’t like somebody. That’s what happened when one-time Love & Hip-Hop star Rah Ali ran into Sky from Black Ink Crew at Diddy’s New Year’s Eve party. It came to blows.
Rah Ali went on Instagram Live to say that she won the fight while showing f her broken nails. She also tried to get ahead the idea that she jumped Sky, saying they squared up and fought with Rah getting the best her opponent.
“Tonight, things happened when they were supposed to happen,” she said. “No one jumped anyone.”
Sky went on her own Instagram to show her face and let people know that nothing happened to her. The photo shows Sky in full-on “Where they at doe?” mode, looking dead into the camera and asking her followers to point out where she took an L.
The pair attempted to fight all the way back in 2015 when they were both on reality TV, but it didn’t work out. Rah said that she finally got her shot to fight Sky without the intervention security crews and television producers.
This January a new movie that you have to see is coming to Netflix.
From the producers Dear White People and Straight Outta Compton, Step Sisters tells the story a black student who secretly agrees to breathe new life into the image a white sorority by teaching the girls how to step.
While lying to her own sorority sisters, who are also preparing for the big charity step competition, Jamilah Bishop (played by Megalyn Echikunwoke) puts her all into turning her white counterparts into stomp the yard pros—and all in the name a guaranteed ticket to Harvard.
“You guys feeling out place? Like, maybe they’re judging you before you’ve had a chance to express yourselves? You’re in this position for 10 minutes,” she says as her protégés get ready to hit the stage.
Watch the ficial trailer above. Step Sisters is directed by Charles Stone III (Drumline) and written by Chuck Hayward (Dear White People), Emmy Award® winner Lena Waithe (Master None), and Ben Cory Jones (Insecure). It also star(z) Power‘s Naturi Naughton.
In a photo posted to Instagram just moments ago, Shonda Rhimes has confirmed that there is, in fact, a Scandal/HTGAWM crossover in the works.
Peep the receipt below and rejoice in his glory.
If you thought TGI Thursdays were lit before, you’ll love what Shonda Rhimes has in store for us—allegedly.
Earlier today, Jan. 3, Kerry Washington sent social media into a frenzy when she posted from the set How To Get Away With Murder as Oli Pope. “Hey Ms @violadavis ❤️ check it out. This spot look familiar?! Where are you?,” she captioned the photo. Soon after, Viola Davis posted a photo from the set Scandal, in character as Annalise Keating.
Deadline reports there is a crossover in the works, though there has been no confirmation just yet.
We didn’t think either show could get any spicier, but per usual, Shonda does not disappoint. Stay tuned for an air date.
Tonight, the Black-ish spin-f, Grown-ish, will finally make its debut on Freeform at 8 p.m. E.T.
To get you excited for the college-centered comedy,music duo Chloe x Halle have released another song for the show.
“The Kids Are Alright” is an inspiring track about youth empowerment and it serves as a follow-up to their song “Grown” (which will be the theme song for Grown-ish). Check out their hypnotic vocals below and be sure to follow us on Twitter where we’ll be live tweeting during the premiere Grown-ish!
Netflix fans either love or hate Will Smith‘s newest movie, Bright, but the streaming service has confirmed that whether you like it or not, there will in fact be a sequel.
“ANNOUNCEMENT: Orc auditions for the @BrightNetflix sequel are now closed. Thank you. Have a nice day,” Netflix tweeted early this morning in a very no nonsense kind way—and it wasn’t long before Twitter chimed in with mixed responses. It was also reported that Bright director and producer David Ayer will screenwrite, instead Max Landis.
On Wednesday, Black-owned company, Essence Ventures LLC, announced that they acquired Essence Communications Inc. — the media company behind Essence magazine.
Essence Ventures LLC is led by Richelieu Dennis, the same founder Shea Moisture hair and skin products.
His company acquired Essence Communications Inc. from Time Inc., which makes Essence magazine a 100% Black owned business again. President Michelle Ebanks will continue to lead the magazine and its multiple platforms. The all Black women executive team, including Ebanks, will also have an equity stake in the business.
Folks across Black Twitter are celebrating this big move. Swipe through to check out people’s reactions.
A woman who identified herself as Beth got superstar treatment when her flight from Rochester, N.Y. to Washington, D.C. got canceled on Tuesday, January 2. Beth was accidentally rebooked for a jet only meant for crew members.
“I got a whole plane to myself,” she wrote on , alongside a photo her Kool-Aid smile, which all left us wondering “Why don’t things like this ever happen to us?”
Here’s how she told the story, according to Daily Mail:
“I realized something was wrong when I was the only one in the waiting area 45 minutes before take f. One the airport agents came over while I was waiting and asked if that was the flight I was waiting for then said ‘I knew this would happen.’ When my flight was canceled about 8 hours earlier a confused agent gave me and half the passengers a seat for the plane in the pic before another agent realized everyone could go on an earlier flight. They made an announcement on the speaker but I’d already left to go back to my parent’s house nearby to wait for the next few hours. I was never contacted about the flight change.”
Only the plane’s two pilots and one flight attendant, who fered her food and beverages, were on the jet. What a way to start 2018.
Even before his days as the leader the free world, Donald Trump has been called out for his false claims and alternative facts.
We’ve unintentionally seen some the moments that the Donald, his family and some members his cabinet were getting ready to tell bold face lies. Lucky for you, we have photo evidence those lying ass moments.
Like this infamous “sips water while the country is in shambles” moment below:
New year, new you – it’s a motto that Ralo seems to be trying to follow very closely in 2018.
The Atlanta native recently posted a video clip on his Instagram prile that, among other things, pledged to those watching that he would be avoiding drama and, in particular, beefs with other rappers this year. In his own way, he’s trying to turn over a new leaf.
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As is typical in a Ralo video, the rapper opened things up by giving fans a few gratuitous glimpses his many bags cash, which he had laid out on the countertop, in the sink and even next to the stove in his kitchen. Shortly thereafter, he decided to get real and let everyone know what was up with his new goals for 2018.
“If I did anything to you in 2017, I beg you to forgive me,” he began. “No more motherf**king drama. No more beef with no motherf**king rappers …] I don’t want nothing to do with that s**t.” While some skepticism is sure to set in among those who follow Ralo and his doings on social media, it’s worth noting that video seemed to be the utmost sincerity. Only time will tell if the emcee can keep his good behavior up and keep himself away from any situations or dialogues that might invite any drama.
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If Ralo is pledging to clean up his act in 2018, who’s another rapper that could stand to stay away from the beef market this year? Let your voice be heard in the comments.