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Ty Dolla $ign connects with J. Cole on his new single “Purple Emoji.” Over the soulful sample, Ty serenades his special lady, who’s held him down since day one. “I had to boss up, I had to level up myself / I did some growing up, I’m doing better for myself,” he sings on the […]

Rihanna won’t stop putting in the work, work, work, work, work. Earlier this month, the 31-year-old Barbadian singer officially partnered with the French conglomerate LVMH, which houses companies like Christian Dior, Ceilne and Louis Vuitton to name just a few, becoming the first black woman to create an original brand for the luxury group.  Now, Rihanna […]

A transgender woman in Texas who was brutally beaten by a mob last month in a possible hate crime was found shot to death over the weekend, Dallas police said. Officers found Muhlaysia Booker, 23, lying face-down on a street in East Dallas early Saturday, police said at a press conference Sunday, She was pronounced dead at the […]

What happens after you die?  John Oliver has some answers, but not of the philosophical variety. On Sunday’s broadcast of “Last Week Tonight,” Oliver revealed a broken system for investigating the 500,000 U.S. deaths deemed suspicious every year. “A death certificate isn’t like a degree from USC,” he cracked. “It actually means something.”  The death […]

Every week during May’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, HuffPost’s #UpNext Series will highlight Asian Americans who are on the rise in public service. This is Part 3. Previously: Part 1 and Part 2. Connecticut Attorney General William Tong (D) speaks with unusual frankness when reflecting on the challenges he has faced as one of the few […]

R.I.P. Daenerys Targaryen The “Game of Thrones” series finale turned into the family reunion from hell when Queen Daenerys Targaryen, First of Her Name, Breaker of Chains, <a href=”″ target=”_blank”>Fan of Frappuccinos</a>, was killed by her nephew and lover, Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen (Kit Harington).<br><br>As Ramsay Bolton (Iwan Rheon) once said, “If you think&nbsp;this&nbsp;has&nbsp;a&nbsp;happy ending,&nbsp;you haven’t […]

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg reached into his own childhood experience to offer an 11-year-old in Iowa some advice on how to handle a bully. Then, the South Bend, Indiana mayor revealed that standing up to a bully was one of the reasons why he was running to unseat President Donald Trump next year.  Buttigieg […]

“See You Yesterday” is like no story you’ve seen before. The Netflix film, an Afrofuturistic tale led by a social justice narrative, came from the mind of Stefon Bristol, Spike Lee’s mentee and a graduate of Morehouse College. With the help of co-writer Fredrica Bailey and producer Spike Lee, Bristol paints a vivid picture of […]

Getty Image Finding the perfect gift for someone’s birthday is always challenging. Future thought he hit the mark when he gifted his five-year-old son a gold Rolex watch for his birthday. It was a touching and thoughtful move, but nearly all of Twitter was confused— possibly because most five-year-olds can’t tell time. The “Mask Off” […]

Getty Image Travis Scott has a long history of donating to charity. Ahead of his Super Bowl halftime show, he required the NFL to make a joint donation to an organization that fights for social justice and prison reform. The musician is now using his money to fight for affordable healthcare access by donating the […]

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