The LA Times Hired a “Black Twitter” Writer, and As We Suspected, There’s a Shady Motive


If you aren’t familiar with “Black Twitter”, you’re missing out. There’s really nowhere else on the Internet where you can find such a dynamic group of young (and not so young) Black folk, sharing thoughts on everything from police brutality and politics to what it means to “grow up Black.” So it was really no surprise when we attracted the (unwanted) attention of the LA Times. Recently, Managing Editor S. Mitra Kalita hired a Black writer by the name of Dexter Thomas to “cover” the “Black Twitter beat.” And the result was as disastrous as we (Black Twitter) had expected.

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Iggy Azalea Won an Award & Everybody Hated It



Iggy Azalea is no stranger to hate. She gets her fair share of negative comments from…pretty much everybody. Honestly, I’ve never witnessed so many celebs talk sh*t about another celeb…ever. Last night, Iggy took home two Billboard Music Awards for “Top Rap Song” and “Top Rap Artist.” And let’s just say, Ice T wasn’t pleased.

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Love & Hip Hop Partners With The Shade Room for New Season of #LHHATL


For those of you who don’t know, tonight is the Season 4 premiere of VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. And I don’t know about y’all but I’m ready to see what the Puerto Rican Princess, Miss Joseline is up to. I also can’t wait to see what our boy Stevie J has up his sleeve…they let him out of prison yet? If you ask me, this show should be called the “Joseline and Stevie Show”, because it looks like everybody else is STRUGGLING for a story line…but hopefully they’ll come with something new and exciting this season.

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The Book of Yeezus Replaces God’s Name with Kanye’s

Kanye West,  Kim Kardashian

Remember that time Kanye called himself “Yeezus”, and some people shat their pants, and some people thought it was a really clever idea? Well the people who thought it was a really clever idea decided to take things a step further by replacing God’s name with Kanye’s in the very first “Book of Yeezus.”

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