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Dave Chappelle was recently choked by the cops

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Dave Chappelle is an internationally celebrated comedian who has discussed racism and police brutality in the past. While many find him to be a jokester, he was dead serious when he recently said that he has been a police brutality victim. The 41-year-old comedian said during one of his shows that he was recently choked by an officer who mistook ... Read More »

Winner of Sunday Best says she battled homelessness

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Reported by Michal Ortner Le’Andrea Johnson (pictured), gospel singer and songwriter, is known for her stellar performances and winning the third seasons of BET’s music competition show, “Sunday Best.” Many people are unaware of the challenging past that Johnson faced before becoming a Grammy Award-winning artist. Johnson shared her story with Raphael Baker of Rags N Riches Magazine. When asked ... Read More »

Drake Is The King Of Rap, Record 21 Songs On Billboard Charts | Reason 4 Rhymes

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BY:  John “Hennry” Harris With record sales at a low and his record label, Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment, enthralled in a nasty lawsuit with its parent company Cash Money Records, Drake dropped a “surprise” mixtape on February 13, 2015 titled “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late.” Originally the mixtape was going to be released for free, instead, Drake ... Read More »

BOSS Sports | Reggie Bush Released By Detroit Joining A Deep Class Of Free-Agent RBs

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BY:  John “Hennry” Harris The Detroit Lions have released running back Reggie Bush, surprisingly bringing an end to the playmaker’s two-year stint with the team. Bush, who was a heralded draft pick coming into the NFL out of the University of Southern California, still seems to have some good years left but has suffered from injuries.  Bush is a dynamic ... Read More »