Rapper Young Thug is being blasted online today after a video he posted went viral.
The rapper apparently felt that airline employees didn’t do enough to help him when he missed his flight, so he proceeds to film them while offering $15k to quit their jobs.
The employees, who were Black females, asked not to be filmed but Thug continues to demean them with comments like ‘zoom in on her nappy hair’ and referring to them as ‘ants’ and ‘peasants’.
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Keshia Knight Pulliam
has been in the news a lot these days with her divorce battle between her she and estranged husband Ed Hartwell
Hartwell recently made claims that his soon to be ex is seeking media attention with her outlandish court filings and well… according to an email I received, that may just be the case.
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Sheree Whitfield recently posted the photo above of her handsome son, Kairo and fans of The Real Housewives of Atlanta went crazy over the 6’6 college sophomore.
Whitfield’s son was a gawky pre-teen when he first appeared in the early years of RHOA, but after appearing in season 8 of the popular reality show, Kairo’s chiseled mug has women all across the globe are drooling over him online and off.
Now, there’s also a mug SHOT to drool over, since Kairo was recently arrested…
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NEWSFLASH! Claudia Jordan is the next ‘celebrity’ to endorse a questionable company. Jordan recently spoke out online about ‘fixing’ her credit and she’s been praising the folks who helped her get it back on track.
I’ve always been told that the only way to truly ‘fix’ your credit is to pay your bills… but apparently there are quite a few companies out there that are willing to skip all the hassle that comes along with writing checks to creditors.
None of us are perfect, and low credit scores can stem from many things, including job loss, high debt to income ratios, and just plain ol’ wrong information being reported. And while many feel that credit repair firms are a legitimate way to improve your credit score, consumerists feel that in reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
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