*A rumor has been doing rounds that 50 Cent got penis enlargement surgery. The best people who can confirm such rumors are his, well, very close friends or former very close “friends.” One such former very close “friend” is Vivica A. Fox, his ex-girlfriend. Vivica dated 50 Cent in 2003. She was chatting with the
*FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida (WFOR) — It’s been six months since Collette Black‘s world was shattered. In March, her 34-year-old son Steven Black was shot to death at a neighborhood convenience store. “I want to see my son again, do his laundry, cook shrimp for him,” she said fighting back tears. “Steven was a good person
The Pulse of Entertainment: SloopWorld Music Festival at the Fremont Country Club in Las Vegas Oct 1-2
*“It’s going to be an amazing time,” said Sloop Jones, the presenter of the SloopWorld Music Festival coming to Vegas (Fremont Country Club, 601 E. Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101) Saturday/Sunday October 1 -2, 2022. “I want to build it into a festival the size of Coachella in five to ten years. I understand
*(CNN) — While it is known that some children are not huge fans of greens, a new study suggests that such dietary preferences could come about before they’re even born. Fetuses create more of a “laughter-face” in the womb when exposed to the flavor of carrots consumed by their mother and create more of a
‘Get Help!’ Woman Says Brother is Seriously Ill in Alabama Prison – Photo Shows His Emaciated Condition
*Family members of Kastellio Vaughan are pleading for help after receiving photos that appear to show him malnourished, and in dire need of medical attention while in an Alabama state prison. #KassieVaughan took to Facebook begging for a welfare check and medical intervention for her brother after sharing disturbing images of him, which she says were
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By Sam P.K. Collins, The Washington Informer Over the Past five months, Texas and Arizona have sent 9,400 migrants to the District of Columbia on buses. While some have gone […] The post Dozens of migrant children Join DCPS’ student population appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
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Monica Lewis steps into new role as senior director of communications for Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Communications
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report for America Corps Member, tmcqueenafro.com Monica Lewis has known she wanted to write and work in the media field since she was in […] The post Monica Lewis steps into new role as senior director of communications for Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Communications appeared first on AFRO
By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer, email@example.com Prior to Steven Owens taking his retirement in 2018 he was an engineer. The 59-year-old who once built satellites for launch into […] The post Study shows link between experiences of racism and poor memory, cognitive decline appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .