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Will Smith reveals to his family that during his weight loss journey, which was the focus of a new series he stars in for YouTube, he came face to face with unaddressed issues regarding his mental health and felt there was one moment that he considered suicide.

There’s no accusation that Triece mistreated or otherwise engaged in inappropriate behavior that could put kids in danger. Despite volunteering at her children's school for five years, Triece has been told she is no longer welcome.  

If you’re an R. Kelly supporter than you need to put in extra prayer for your boy. The feds placed him under suicide watch after his recent guilty conviction. As spotted on Raw Story the disgraced crooner has been going through it since the conclusion of his federal trial in New York. According to attorney […]

A woman in North Philadelphia not only had to endure being raped on a commuter train, but also ended up being assaulted on a whole other level after witnesses thought it was more important to record the attack rather than intervene and stop it from happening altogether.

On Thursday (Oct. 7), Donald Trump made an appearance on Republican spank bank network Fox News and sat down with Satan's third testicle, Sean Hannity, where the two discussed the Haitian immigration crisis.

Gruden was in the midst of a 10-year, $100 million contract with the Raiders at the time of his resignation.

A New Jersey man who was convicted of murdering three women he met on dating apps has been sentenced to 160 years in prison. Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, 25, learned of his fate Friday morning in a Newark court, where he continued to maintain he was framed in the women’s deaths. However, Assistant Essex County Prosecutor refuted […]

Blueface's current manager, Wack 100, claims he has part two of the world's most infamous sex tape.

Congratulations to Michaela Coel, who just won the Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Television Limited Series or Movie for her work on the powerful series, "I May Destroy You", becoming the first Black woman to do so. 

Broadway actor Jeremy Pope, who also had a prominent guest role on the final season of FX series 'Pose,' used the 2021 Met Gala as a reminder to the fashion world that America was built on the backs of enslaved Black people with a fashionably head-turning history lesson of his own.