*Well, it looks like the marriage of Ne-Yo and Crystal Renay has crunbled … again. But this time it doesn’t look like Crystal is down for much more. We know this because she went nuclear, err, public on NeYo’s arse. Crystal headed straight to Instagram on Saturday (07-30-22) to drop the bomb on her for-the-time-being
*(CNN) — The chase for the second-largest Mega Millions jackpot has ended — with a single ticket sold in the Chicago area for the whole $1.337 billion. One ticket bought in Des Plaines hit the top prize in Friday night’s drawing, according to the Illinois Lottery, securing the third-largest jackpot of any US lottery game
*For whatever reason, LeBron James continues to live rent-free in Donald Trump‘s head. We know this, because out of nowhere, the former U.S. President recently commented on James playing basketball as a woman. To some people, the suggestion came as Trump’s jibe at the transgender community and athletes considering that James identifies as a male
*Sheree Whitfield, the Real Housewives of Atlanta Star, recently revealed about being in a new relationship with “Love & Marriage Huntsville” Star Martell Holt. The 52-year-old told TMZ that she met 40-year-old Holt through a mutual friend, whom (Holt) she has introduced to her loved ones – family and friends. She further disclosed that they
*Yikes! A Florida A&M University student is setting the internet on fire after posing naked on the historical campus. The student, Terica Williams, says she recently graduated from the Historically Black College/University while maintaining a 3.8 GPA and using thousands of dollars worth of scholarships. She says she now has her Masters degree in Counselor
By Antonio Harvey, Word in Black Nevada attorney Sandra Douglass Morgan was appointed as president of the Las Vegas Raiders’ team on July 7. She’s the first Black woman to […] The post Las Vegas Raiders name the NFL’s first Black woman team president appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Beth Harris, The Associated Press The legacy of Jackie Robinson showed in Major League Baseball’s recent draft, with four Black players among the first five selected for the first […] The post Jackie Robinson’s legacy looms over All-Star Game in LA appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Gift to Help Launch Insurance Learning Lab and Partnership through College of Business BALTIMORE – Coppin State University, today, received a $50,000 gift from Northwestern Mutual to launch its Insurance […] The post Coppin State University Receives $50,000 Gift from Northwestern Mutual appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By John E. Warren, Publisher, The San Diego Voice and Viewpoint It appears that we continue to live in Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.” He wrote these words: […] The post Editorial: The social crisis, Black folks and the economy appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Rev. Dr. Alvin C. Hathaway, Sr. Every day I see young people in my West Baltimore community walking into gas stations and corner stores to buy menthol cigarettes and […] The post Menthol cigarettes cause damage to Baltimore’s Black community appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .