When Is Being Black Too Much For America?| EP.4|Season 3

Black History Month must be more than just a month of remembrance. It’s a month to pay tribute to our history and a reminder of the work that lies in the months and years ahead! This week on we’re discussing when is being black too much for America, and after Beyonce’s and Kendrick Lamar’s stellar performances and with the Oscars so White protest happening we thought it would be a perfect to time to highlight the injustice happening within our communities. Sydney B. was joined by guest’s Phillip Mosley, Jordan Mosley, and Eddie Coleman, and well let’s just say… this is some honeylicious tea that you don’t want to miss. Subscribe to our website and comment below your thoughts on this episode. Always remember… B Honest. B Humble. B YOU!

CelebriTEA: Meek Mill vs. Drake?

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By: Grace Latimore

Now we all know that nothing about Hollywood (or Houstatlantavegas) is what it seems – it’s all lies and lacefronts. But Meek Mill decided last night he was going to let it all hang out. He tore Drake apart and blasted him for having a ghostwriter. Allegedly, Meek and his people found out that Drake had a ghostwriter after recording RICO and Meek claims he wouldn’t have let the song get out if he knew Drake wasn’t the authour. Meek went on to claim Drake never promoted Meek’s music because Meek knew Drake was a fake.

Pardon?

If that’s the case – why is Meek all of a sudden putting Drake out there? Don’t most artists have ghostwriters? If memory serves, both Drake and Meek have credits on their albums for other people. Some suggest Meek may have gotten the truth about Nicki and Drake’s past and took to Twitter in a fit. Others speculate that Meek just has a bone to pick with the industry in general.

Rick Ross tweeted that Drake was better than Meek but soon deleted his tweet.

Let this be a reminder that celebrities are just your average folks with a lot more money and more time to kill.

I’m off to listen to some Kendrick Lamar.