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Ever heard the phrase “squeeze blood from a turnip” well try squeezing white tears from a privileged white woman. Well, Charlamagne a messy bi*ch that lives for drama DID! Say what you want about Charlamagne but is one educated man who knows what he is talking about.

Tomi Lahren went on a tirade about Beyoncé’s performance at the Super Bowl and said she was offended. Offended because she thought the Black Panther Party were a terrorist group.


Charlamegne gathered her soul while educating her… Watch below.



YASSSSSSSSS!!! Every time he hit a nerve and she couldn’t gather her thoughts she wanted to move on to the next topic. You can hear the privilege in her voice so strong that she thinks whatever she says has to be true because she said so.

I appreciate Charlamagne for not just educating her but educating me and others as well. PBS premiered a documentary about the Black Panther Party last night and everything he said in this video was basically verified.


Did Charlamagne do some justice or could he have went a little harder?





  1. Miz Jazzy

    February 17, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    I think he could have went harder. She better be glad Quanell X wasn’t getting on her she would be in tears and cut convo short within 2 minutes. Now tha would have been a debate lol

  2. Halima

    February 17, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    I think he respectfully argued the position correctly. She was heated because she got so much flack for it but like he said you can’t say what u wanna say and than want to control the response. I absolutely agree every time he proved a point she would jump to something else.

  3. Nikki

    February 18, 2016 at 12:04 am

    He did an awesome job.

  4. Tammara

    February 18, 2016 at 4:00 am

    Since the first time I watched her ‘Final Thoughts’ video I did not want the Bee Hive to attack. Simply because I knew that would be her only defense. Typical behavior of a weak-minded individual to play victim when she realizes her mistakes. It deeply infuriates me when people refuse to acknowledge and take ownership in their faults.
    As Char said, she was more than likely entertaining the weak arguments of childish, die hard stans. I’ve been waiting on an educated adult to articulate how she came off as a very ignorant, privileged young lady in America. I am proud of Charlemagne ????????.

  5. Vashti

    February 18, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    When he asked her how old she was that did it for me. As a 24 year old African American myself, I am working towards cultural and historical enlightenment. She should not have a show where she should even be speaking on issues like this. He was right to call her misinformed, because she looked like she was reading propaganda. She took the usual strategy of resorting to fear, because he was wrong. White people get soooo upset and nervous when Blacks unite and speak out. Charlemagne was nice to her, only because she wasn’t a fair opponent. Jay-Z was a drug dealer, but who put the drugs in Jay-z’s community to sell?

  6. Meka

    February 20, 2016 at 3:41 pm

    Tomi was a bully in this interview. When it comes to any topic, I chew the fish and spit out the bones meaning I don’t find much in the world where all of it is good or all of it is bad so I pick and choose what I retain and what I filter. I am not a “fan” of any entertainer and don’t share the common views of most, Charlamagne included. Yet, I will say he maintained in this interview and didn’t fall into the angry bait trap set by this young lady. Her hostility and gross misrepresentation tried to lure him into an emotional display which would have distracted from and ultimately discredited all the truth that he was speaking. She used her platform to dominate the conversation and she failed. As a fellow Charleston South Carolinian, well done Charlamagne.

  7. Dejanee

    February 22, 2016 at 8:10 pm

    This was a very interesting article.

  8. M

    March 16, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    I am dying to hear/see this interview….but every site I go to the ‘video doesn’t exist’ hmmm….sounds like her privilege got it taken down because she was too embarrassed smh.

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Uncle Snoop Get Your Apology to Ari Lennox Ready




Apparently, everyone’s favorite uncle likes apologizing. Fresh off of his apology tour for his controversial comments towards broadcast journalists Gayle King,  Snoop Dogg decided to comment on Ari Lennox’s Instagram live to instruct her to “grow your own hair.”

Yesterday, the Dreamville songbird took to Instagram Live in true Ari fashion to document her trying on a new lace front wig.  Not known for wearing wigs, she struggled with figuring out how much lace to cut and securing the hair as she entertained her followers with hilarious gestures and commentary.  

Eventually, a snippet of the video ended up on The Shade Room for everyone’s viewing pleasure.  

Moments later, Snoop was unnecessarily commenting under the video.

In no time, women were coming to Ari’s defense, reminding the legendary rapper that his wife and daughter are no strangers to wigs. 

You’d think men would know to leave their opinions to themselves when it comes to women’s hair, especially black women, but clearly, Uncle Snoop forgot to read that particular memo. 

Once Ari caught wind of Snoop’s comments, she delivered a lovely little shade tree, posting a photo of Snoop wearing a blonde wig with the caption, “Uncle I just…I just thought we had an understanding….”

Following the backlash that he’s currently receiving, I can already envision the apology that’s sure to follow.  Perhaps someone should remind Uncle Snoop that the best apology is changed behavior…



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DJ D-Nice Has Spun His Way Into the Living Rooms of Thousands




Every day, legendary DJ D-Nice (a.k.a. Derrick Jones) spends countless hours helping thousands of global citizens forget about the coronavirus pandemic and financial woes with his “Homeschool” parties.

Initially jumping on Instagram Live to cure his boredom while “self-isolating,” D-Nice had an audience of a few hundred, mostly friends. As word began to spread, it grew to a few thousand. By Sunday, over 160,000 people joined his live for a virtual party that included the heavyweights such as Michelle Obama, Jennifer Lopez, Jada Pinkett-Smith, 9th Wonder, Jimmy Fallon, and Vice President Joe Biden. 

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I never would’ve imagined that the best party I would create and DJ would be from the comfort of my own home. Homeschool is a thing! Yesterday was absolutely insane. The amount of artists and friends that virtually partied with me far exceeded my expectations. I’m feeling nothing but gratitude. 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 Thanks to all of you that supported. This has been a great way to keep our spirits high. Blessings! Sending some love to my family. Shout out to all of my industry execs! Much love to all of the artists! JLo, Drake, Naomi Campbell, De La Soul, Black Thought, Diddy, Bun B., Keri Hilson, Will Packer, Gabrielle Union, H.E.R., America Ferrara, Donnie Wahlberg, Uncle Luke, Russell Simmons, Dapper Dan, Rob Morgan, Mary J. Blige, DJ Khaled, T.I., Kelly Rowland, Common, Lance Gross, Queen Latifah, DJ Clark Kent, Rich Medina, DJ Tony Touch, Stretch Armstrong, Traci Ellis Ross, Ne-Yo, Usher, DJ Premier, Swizz Beatz, NO I.D., Yvette Noel Schure, Erykah Badu, Fat Joe, Jay Electronica, PNB Rock, Nile Rogers, Fonzworth Bentley, Marisa Tomei, Michelle Williams, Victor Cruz, Karruenche Tran, Ciara, Daymond John, Angie Martinez, Groove Theory’s Bryce, Tank, Cam’ron, Ludacris, Fabolous, Dorian Missick, Yvette Nicole Brown, Tasha Smith, Jadakiss, Kwamé, Chris Spencer, Royale Watkins, Estelle, Bresha Webb, Jermaine Dupri, Vanessa Williams, DJ Aktive, Lee Daniels, Affion Crockett, MC Lyte, Ro James, D-Dot Angelette, Kenny Burns, Tika Sumpter, Marlon Wayans, Lauren London, Loni Love, Dallas Austin, June Ambrose, April Walker, Just Blaze, Kangol Kid from UTFO, Omar Epps, Keisha Epps, Roland Martin, Big Tigger, DJ Trauma, Lil Jon, Dule Hill, Jazmyn Simon, DJ Cassidy, Marsai Martin, Lance Gross, Anthony Hamilton, Young Guru, Lalah Hathaway, Carl Payne, Damien Hall, Denyce Lawton, Lennox Lewis, Niecy Nash, Mashonda, Erick Sermon, Jairobi, DJ Envy, DJ Enuff, Miles Brown, Lamann Rucker, Mark Brown, DJ VLuv, and more. Wow! #DNiceHomeschool #DNicePhotography #SelfPortrait.

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During a CBS This Morning interview, D-Nice shared, “I literally just played what feels good. I wanted people to feel good. I wanted their experience to be lifted through music, just one song at a time.” And he’s done just that. While on live, his comment section is a constant stream of cheers, shout outs, and music-lovers asking, “Where the drinks at?” It feels like the best VIP section you’ll ever experience but from your living room. 

“No matter what your problems are, you can put on a good tune and it just takes you away and I was trying to do that,” he explained. “It wasn’t just the music, it was the whole experience and everyone escaping what’s going on today just for a few hours.”

While some of his neighbors have complained about the noise, D-Nice is committed to keeping the party going as the universal language of music is playing a vital role in keeping us all connected. 

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We have DJ D-Nice to thank for that! 



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Jay Electronica & Joe Budden Used Their Twitter Fingers to Exchange Insults




It took 10 years for Jay Electronica to release his highly-anticipated album, A Written Testimony. While some are singing his praises, others are incredibly disappointed. One such person is former rapper turned media personality, Joe Budden. 

Budden used his platform, The Joe Budden Podcast episode Dry Snitching to express his disappointment. Budden proclaimed, “You’ve been missing for ten years- which is cool, ’cause you’ve been living life. But that confidence that I thought you might’ve been living life with is suppressed…that lens that I’m looking through paints the story of a different MC. And that MC is one that would get smacked around by Hov on every song.”

In response, Electronica took to Twitter and posted a video clip of DaBaby saying “fuck it,” directing the tweet at Rory, one of the co-hosts on Budden’s podcast.

Shortly after, Budden responded referring to Jay-Z’s performance on A Written Testimony, where he appears on eight of ten tracks. “I never got absolutely mopped around on my own project either… @ me, not Rory.”

Here’s how the rest of that conversation went:

The tirade ended with Electronica demanding credit for “lighting up” the podcast episode.

Electronica released A Written Testimony on Friday, March 13th. It’s his first solo album after more than ten years of delays with features by Jay-Z, The-Dream and Travis Scott, with additional production by The Alchemist, No ID, Swizz Beatz and Hit-Boy.



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