Plus, Spelman College is ranked the number one HBCU, there are whispers of a Ginuwine/Timbaland collaboration, and today is World AIDS Day.
In a tearful interview with The Today Show this morning, Janay Rice explained why she has chosen to support husband Ray Rice after the elevator incident. Janay, seated alongside her mother Candy Palmer, said that that night in Atlantic City was the first time that Ray had ever been abusive, and following the punch, he was in "shock." She also refuses to watch the second video inside the elevator. "I'm not gonna let the public bring me back there," she told Matt Lauer. [Today]
Could it be? It might not be long before we are treated to a (long overdue) Ginuwine-Timbaland collaboration. Ginuwine posted a teaser photo on his Instagram, hinting at an album titled Same Ol' G. The album could drop as early as 2015. Let us rejoice. [BET]
Spelman College is the place to be in 2015. U.S. News & World Report released its top 10 HBCU rankings, and the Atlanta college took the top honor. Howard University took the number two spot, and Morehouse college landed in third. [U.S. News & World Report]
December 1 is World AIDS Day, bringing awareness to a disease that has disproportionately affected Black people across the world--we make up nearly half of all HIV infections. Today is the day to take the time and make sure you know your status. [World AIDS Day]
"Kermit Drinking Tea" has made its way from the meme world to our football fields. The hottest meme of 2014 showed up in Florida A&M's marching band formation. Check out the video below, and tell us what you think of the Marching 100's latest halftime performance.