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Bill Cosby jury is all white, so far

Bill Cosby jury is all white, so far

(PPN) – One of the most loved TV dad’s will be going to trial soon. Bill Cosby, 79, an actor-comedian legend that will forever be remembered for his hit show “The Cosby Show”, where he played the character of Dr. Cliff Huxtable. Cosby is charged with molesting and drugging a Temple University women’s basketball team manager(…)

Writer, Director Jordan Peele’s film “Get Out” passed the $200 million mark

Writer, Director Jordan Peele’s film “Get Out” passed the $200 million mark

(PPN) – Jordan Peele’s debut film “Get Out” has reached another milestone! Peele’s movie surpassed $200 million worldwide at the box office this past weekend. The new film was released in February and has grossed $173.8 million domestically  and $30.5 million internationally, according to Deadline. This is the first time that an African-American writer-director put(…)

$100M Lawsuit filed against Fyre Festival organizers Billy McFarland, Ja Rule

$100M Lawsuit filed against Fyre Festival organizers Billy McFarland, Ja Rule

A $100 million proposed class-action lawsuit was filed Sunday in California against the organizers of the now infamous Fyre Festival on the grounds of fraud, claiming a “lack of adequate food, water, shelter, and medical care created a dangerous and panicked situation among attendees — suddenly finding themselves stranded on a remote island without basic provisions(…)

Ne-Yo invested $2.3 million in California engineering school

Ne-Yo invested $2.3 million in California engineering school

Grammy-winning singer Ne-Yo hasn’t made any recent music but he hasn’t stopped working. On April 27, San Francisco-based Holberton School ― a higher education program that uses project-based learning to train engineers ― announced that the singer-songwriter has joined its board of trustees and mentors. Ne-Yo and a team of investors raised $2.3 million for the school.(…)

Kevin Gates will remain behind bars for gun charge

Kevin Gates will remain behind bars for gun charge

Baton Rouge rapper Kevin Gates cannot catch a break as trouble in paradise continues for the platnuium selling artist. According to TMZ, Kevin’s attorney, Herschel Rush, says the rapper’s charges carried a maximum of 10 years in prison so “we are very pleased with the result of 30 months.” Gates pled guilty Wednesday in court(…)

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