POTUS ended his speech with the phrase "Obama, out" before dropping the microphone and heading to his seat.
Gabrielle Union is Proud to Have Her Own Money: ‘If I Want a Chanel Bag, I'm Not Asking for His Amex’
"[Dwyane] appreciates my independence, and my high credit score," jokes Union.
A turst company in charge of Prince's estate has reportedly opened a private vault located in Prince's home.
Watch as 12-year-old Christopher Ward Jr. sees his mother for the first time.
Luckett is getting summertime fly a few months early.
Naomi Campbell celebrates the release of her latest project with support from her celebrity friends along the way.
Watch what happens when Fantasia comes to ESSENCE to open up about marriage, moving on and staying positive.
Vivan Green is back and ready to get us all dancing our way through the summer with the video for her latest single "Grown Folks Music (Work)."
The singer shuts down questions about Beyonce while trying to complete an interview.
The First Lady recently kicked off her third annual College Signing Day tour as part of her "Reach Higher" Initiative.
The teen girls who are believed to have attacked Amy in the school bathroom were removed from Howard High School of Technology in Wilmington, Delaware.
Akil created Being Mary Jane in 2013 and has now left to work on a multi-year deal with Warner Bros.
Taylor and basketball player Iman Shumpert's 4-month-old daughter Iman Tayla is adorable.
Trump spoke briefly about the effects of the current unemployment rate in the Black community and ended by asserting that he'd "win the Black vote" in the end.
Beyonce’s sixth studio album “Lemonade” has quickly become a fan-favorite since it’s release and a big part of what has us all unable to take it off of repeat are the raw, unfiltered lyrics. From THAT one lyric in “Sorry” that sent the BeyHive into attack mode to her thoughts on matrimony, there’s definitely no shortage of quotables from Mrs. Carter.
The hunt for the "Becky" continues...
The mom of rapper Kodak Black has a true moment of elation when she sees her son featured in XXL.
If you didn't catch the premiere of Beyonce's visual album Lemonade on HBO, you might still be wondering exactly where the meaning behind the project came from.
Black truly does not crack.