In unsealed documents, police believe the rapper accused alleged shooter Eric Holder of being a snitch.
The Grammy Award-nominated singer also recently celebrated her Belvedere Vodka campaign in New York City.
The horror-enthusiast told ESSENCE a forthcoming film could include his own experiences, growing up mixed.
It's A Must Listen: 'Lion King' Stars Beyoncé And Donald Glover Sing 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight'
Y'all! Y'all! Y'all! (Can you tell we're freaking out?!)
Tyler Perry Reveals The Racist History Behind His Atlanta Studio And Why He Hopes It'll Inspire Black Creatives
During his acceptance speech at the 2019 BET Awards, the acclaimed director revealed the truth behind the land Tyler Perry Studios was built on in Atlanta.
The five men, formerly known as The Central Park Five, were there to introduce a stirring performance by H.E.R.
Sheila Johnson's Salamander Resort in Middleburg, Virginia, is worth the scenic drive.
Hines can also count Lucky Daye as one of the artists she manages.
Naturi Naughton Talks Past Relationship, Co-Parenting & Why She's Teaching Her Daughter Black Is Beautiful Right Now
The "Power" star, who's also the face of the #RedefineBlack campaign, also revealed her new song that details a past relationship.
In "Striking Vipers," the actor portrays Karl, whose bromance is changed thanks to virtual reality.
"Static" isn't about love, Lennox revealed onstage Tuesday inside New York City's Bowery Ballroom.
After Recent Sting On Warrior Owner's Wife, Beyoncé's Publicist Says Beyhive Attacks Will 'Bring No Joy' To Singer
Yvette Noel Schure has a message for Beyoncé's hive.
She's not only the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Brand Partnerships at Atlantic Records, but she's also the founder of Culture Creators.
The Hilarious Reason Why Kevin Hart Refuses To Let Tiffany Haddish Repay His $300 Loan That Changed Her Life
The "Secret Life of Pets 2" star lended the then-struggling actress a few hundred dollars when she was still living out of her car.
"What's better than one billionaire? Two," the Brooklyn native rapped in his 2017 song, "Family Feud."
In this op-ed, Senior Entertainment Editor Joi-Marie McKenzie reflects on Ava DuVernay's latest must-see series, premiering on Netflix today.