Rapper Diddy Wants To Buy The NFL

The NFL this season has proven to be an ongoing battle after President Donald Trump fired shots against NFL players for taking a knee in peaceful protest against police brutality.

Colin Kaepernick started the protest last year when he took a knee during a San Fransisco 49ers game. For that …read more

Tyler Perry To Play Colin Powell In New Film

American filmmaker Adam McKay has chosen Tyler Perry to play Colin Powell in a new movie about the former U. S. Vice President Dick Cheney for Annapurna.

Colin Powell is the four-star general in the United States military who was Secretary of State during the George W. …read more

‘Girls Trip’ PR Exec Explains Why We Shouldn’t Look to Hollywood to Tell Our Stories

As the executive vice president and chief creative officer of Cashmere Agency, Ryan Ford is behind public relations, social media, and experiential activations for Hollywood hit films like Girls Trip. But beyond Ford’s day-to-day position, he’s also committed to providing solutions for multicultural creators to get the spotlight they …read more

Kim Zolciak Threatens NeNe Leakes With Slander Lawsuit

Kim Zolciak has threatened to sue NeNe Leakes for millions unless she apologizes for calling her and her daughter, Brielle, racists and members of the KKK, reports TMZ.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and “Don’t Be Tardy” star hired Allison Hart of the high-powered law firm Lavely & …read more

Director Ryan Coogler Says Men Should Be Allies To Women

Director Ryan Coogler, whose feature debut “Fruitvale Station” was released by The Weinstein Co., has released a statement denouncing Harvey Weinstein in the wake of his multiple sexual harassment and rape allegations.

Saying he was “disturbed and saddened at the news,” Coogler felt he had a responsibility to comment …read more

California Wildfires Reduces Years-Long Dreams To Embrace

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Jose Garnica worked for more than two decades to build up his dream home that was reduced to ashes in a matter of minutes by the deadly firestorm striking Northern California.

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Trump Health Coverage Alternatives May Pose Rick To Sick

The White House is working on a plan that could bring more health insurance choices and cheaper options to people buying individual and small business coverage. But the bill for this might be paid by the sick.

Senior administration officials have said President Donald Trump is expected sign an executive …read more

Gym Worker Loses Job For Sitting During National Anthem

A Chattanooga man had been at his new job for a little more than a week before he was told not to come back – all because he sat during the national anthem.

According to Fox 17 Nashville, Tyler Chancellor worked for 9Round, a kickboxing gym in Chattanooga. He was training …read more

Wendy Williams Dragged To Hell For ‘Wonder Women Costume’ At Comic Con

Wendy Williams attended the New York Comic Con on October 6 and like many other fans and celebrities who support the event, she came dressed as a superhero.

Williams appeared as Wonder Woman and was photographed with superheroes such as Batman and The Green Hornet. But after photos and videos …read more

25-Year-Old Jonathan Strickland Is The Youngest Pilot Ever Hired By UPS

It’s a fact that some people are pre-destined for greatness. That seems to be the case for a young man who was literally born to fly.

His name is Jonathan Strickland and would you believe that by the age of 14, he already held six world records for piloting an aircraft?!

Wait, …read more

Watch The Eminem Freestyle About Trump That Everyone Is Talking About

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Eminem sunk his teeth in Trump and unleashed a deadly venom at the 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards when he went off in the beloved cyphers. The Internet is losing its sh*t over Eminem’s Hip-Hop Awards freestyle and it definitely lives up to all the hype.

The …read more

Utah Asks For FBI Investigation In Police Shooting Of Unarmed Cyclist


SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah prosecutor asked the FBI on Tuesday to investigate a police shooting that left a black man dead when he ran from officers who stopped him after he rode his bike across six lanes of traffic and they noticed he didn’t have a required …read more

Pennsylvania College Bans Public From KKK Exhibit

YORK, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania college has barred the public from seeing a provocative art exhibition on slavery, white supremacy and racist violence against blacks, deeming it “potentially disturbing.”

The touring “Rewind” exhibition opened at York College on Aug. 31, a few weeks after the deadly violence at a white …read more

Tamron Hall’s New Show In Limbo After Weinstein Allegations

Tamron Hall has found herself in the middle of the widening Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal. The Hollywood producer has been accused to sexually harassing, assaulting and raping a growing list of women that includes Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Charlize Theron, Rose McGowan, Angelina Jolie and more.

Unfortunately, Hall, after …read more

Lionel Richie Gains Rights To Curtis Mayfield Biopic

Music star and newly minted “American Idol” judge Lionel Richie has been granted the rights to produce a feature based on the life of legendary songwriter and musician Curtis Mayfield.

Richie is developing the project via his RichLion Productions., which acquired the rights from the Curtis Mayfield Estate, …read more

Terry Crews Says He Was Sexually Assaulted By Hollywood Exec

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While Harvey Weinstein’s case has percolated through Hollywood like a rocket, Black Hollywood has remained relatively mum regarding the issue.

But “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star Terry Crews came forward on Tuesday afternoon in a series of 16 tweets describing a 2016 incident where he was groped by an …read more

Black Enterprise TechConneXt Summit Recap: Day 1

The first day of the TechConneXt Summit was awe-inspiring and illuminating. President and CEO of Black Enterprise Earl Graves Jr. put it best in his opening remarks, “We continue to raise the bar since our inaugural event three years ago.”

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Black Enterprise’s Silicon Valley technology editor …read more

How a Formerly Homeless L.A. Publicist Uses Her Network to Increase Her Net Worth

When looking at publicist Kiki Ayers, the last thing you would suspect is that she overcame homelessness, not once, but twice. This first generation college graduate of Howard University is a force to be reckoned with.

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Her hard work and determination earned her a career in Hollywood …read more

Last Kerner Commission Haunted, Hopeful On Race In US

CORRALES, N.M. (AP) — Nearly 50 years after the Kerner Commission studied the causes of deadly riots in America’s cities, its last surviving member says he remains haunted that its recommendations on U.S. race relations and poverty were never adopted.

But former U.S. Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma also said he’s …read more

How a Victim of Domestic Violence Rebuilt Her Career After Leaving Her Abuser

Domestic violence is a hidden yet harsh reality for many women who show up at work every day. In fact, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in three women have been victims of [some form of] physical violence by an intimate partner.

To honor Domestic Violence Awareness …read more

This Coca-Cola Executive May Be Liberia’s Next President

What would you expect one of BLACK ENTERPRISE’s Most Powerful Executives to do after retirement? Well, if that professional is Alexander Benedict Cummings Jr., the former executive vice president and chief administrative officer for The Coca-Cola Co., he runs for the presidency of the Republic of Liberia. The 60-year-old Liberian …read more

Rev. Al Sharpton Threatens ESPN Boycott Over Jemele Hill Suspension

The Rev. Al Sharpton expressed outrage Monday over Jemele Hill’s two-week suspension by ESPN.

Sharpton has threatened a boycott of the network after Hill was suspended for two weeks for what ESPN termed a “second violation” of its social media guidelines because she urged her followers to boycott …read more

Gun-Control Group Sues ‘Bump Stock’ Markers, Sellers

ATLANTA (AP) — One of the nation’s leading gun-control groups have filed a lawsuit against the makers and sellers of “bump stocks,” the devices used by the gunman in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed the lawsuit …read more

Dallas Teacher Accused Of Telling A Student To Kneel & Beg

A student at a middle school in Mesquite, Texas was forced to kneel and beg a teacher in front of her class for a test.

Her parents Fred and Nikitia Moore are calling the incident inappropriate and humiliating.

News 8 reports that Moore’s daughter, an eighth-grader at A.C. New Middle …read more

Sylvester Stallone To Direct Michael B. Jordan In ‘Creed 2’

Sylvester Stallone has announced the official green light for “Creed 2,” with Michael B. Jordan returning in the lead role and Stallone himself replacing Ryan Coogler behind the camera.

Stallone confirmed on Instagram Monday that he will helm the sequel to his “Rocky” spin-off which will start production in …read more

Janet Jackson Perform With Ex-Backup Dancers, Including Jenna Dewan Tatum

It was a family reunion of sorts during Janet Jackson’s sold-out concert at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night as a bunch of her former backup dancers, including Jenna Dewan Tatum, took the stage for one last collective hurrah.

In a touching speech to acknowledge the crew, Janet, 51, described her …read more

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