Like Vogue, the New York Times has apparently caught booty fever. They think booty is their ally. But, while they merely adapted to booty fever, we were born in it. Molded by it.
Panama attended a concert last night. While there, he managed to make some observations that doubled as facts and he'd like to share them with you. Sharing is caring, after all.
There are hundreds of thousands of times it's great to be Black. Here's the top 20
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood premiered on VH1on Monday night and it was everything one could wish for in LCD entertainment. And we're here for it. Won't you be our neighbor?
A gaggle of ironic t-shirts? Check! Lanyards? Check! Badges explaining exactly who everyone is? Check! Someone from Black Girls Run holding a clipboard for some reason? Check!
Perhaps someone should buy some yarn today -- while Black, of course -- and test if "Crocheting while Black" is a crime as well.
Former Minnesota Viking Cris Carter had something to get off his chest about the Adrian Peterson situation. He felt some type of way. But he made some good points. What say you?
While we'll continue to recognize lovely examples of peak Blackness, peak Whiteness deserves some love as well.
Look, I’m all for artists evolving and heel-toeing down the road to get dem dollaz, but I would be lying if I said seeing a great artist go full Trey Songz doesn’t hurt my heart
A list for Vogue to peruse the next time they want to pretend like asses were first invented backstage at the 2013 VMAs
According to the AP, the NFL received a copy of the Ray Rice video in April, before handing down his penalty for mollywopping his wife, janay Palmer. Allegedly, the NFL has no knowledge of ever receiving the video. Sounds like the NFL is lying. What else could they be lying about?
What’s so maddening about appropriation is whenever the mainstream decides something is favorable or trendy, it’s snatched up immediately with no warning. The very thing that was an eye sore or embarrassment is now a high commodity
There is no single food Blacker than the Kool-Aid packet. Not greens, not chitlins, not salt, not nothing. Imagine Cornell West playing dominoes at Rucker Park. That's how Black the Kool-Aid packet is
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Paul George decided to share his thoughts on the Ray Rice situation. You know how this ends.
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Just watch this fucking shit. ...
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Joe Budden has apparently been keeping himself busy since Love & Hip Hop. Because we know he's not making any music. At least not any mu...
You might recognize Leo Breckenridge from his role as "Andre" -- the Panama character in our TV pilot. Here he is with a performance piec...