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Not Surprising : Knocked Kneed Shirley Caesar Agrees with Kim Burrell

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Shirley Caesar the queen of sweating and spitting on pulpits comes and speaks on Kim Burrell.

Shirley Caesar was speaking at a rival and had time for Kim Burrell but it’s what she said that shouldn’t be really shocking.

“You [Kim Burrell] should of spoke out 4 years ago when our President made that stuff alright.”

Referring to President Obama ‘allowing’ same-sex marriages legal in the U.S. but I thought congress wrote the laws so how is President Obama ‘allowing’ something to happen?

Shirley wouldn’t last 30 seconds on ‘Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?’ seeing as she doesn’t understand that the supreme court upheld the decision for same-sex marriages to be legal back in the summer of 2015. We should take everything she says with a grain a salt especially from someone who has been swindling black people out of coins while they catch the bus to Sunday school.

You ever wonder why most millennials aren’t interested in the church or organized religion? You can thank people like Shirley Caesar & Kim Burrell for that. Acceptance is what we know. And it’s time that some of us stand up to individuals like Shirley Caeser & Kim Burrell.

The black church will continue to fall behind because their level of thinking is outdated.

 

 

What do you think of Shirley Caesar’s response on Kim Burrell? Or is she mad because she can’t marry the woman of her dreams?

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  1. satoya clark

    January 5, 2017 at 4:47 am

    PLEASE MAKE A VIDEO OR LIVE CHAT JUSTIN ON MS CEASAR SALAD

  2. Denard

    January 5, 2017 at 9:54 pm

    Please go back and watch her entire clip. She actually was doing the opposite. She was actually disagreeing with Kim. SMH…

  3. TONYA IMMAJAY

    January 16, 2017 at 3:30 am

    SHE NEEDS TO STOP BEING A GET WIT!!!! UNLESS SHE IS GOING TO GET WIT THE TRUTH ABOUT ALL HER SAME SEX ESCAPADES HERE IN THE DMV. SC DO YOU WANT SUGAR WITH YOUR TEA?

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12 Year-Old Keedron Bryant Signed to Warner Records

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“OOHHH THANK YA” is all Keedron Bryant had to say on social media when news finally came out that he had signed a record deal with Warner Records.

Amidst all the difficult news we’ve been facing these past few weeks, we wanted to give you something to smile about. You might remember Keedron Bryant, the 12-year-old boy who went viral after posting a video of himself singing “I Just Wanna Live,” a song written by his mother that tells of being Black in America and just wanting to live.

Keedron’s performance was noticed by everyone from former president Barack Obama, who referred to him and posted the performance in a statement on the murder of George Floyd, to comedian Ellen Degeneres, who closed her show with his full video. 

Just when we thought this story couldn’t give us any more feels, it was announced that Keedron was officially signed to Warner Records and his viral hit would be released on all platforms Friday, June 19, otherwise known as Juneteenth, a day marking the end of slavery in America. 

Congratulations are definitely in order for Keedron Bryant.

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Netflix CEO Donates $120 Million to HBCU’s

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Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, along with his wife, Patty Quillin, are donating $120 million dollars in total to Morehouse College, Spelman College, and the United Negro College Fund. The $120 million will go towards scholarships for the students. Each college will get $40 million.

According to the United Negro College Fund, this is the largest single donation by individuals.

In a statement Hastings and Quillin said, “We’ve supported these three extraordinary institutions for the last few years because we believe that investing in the education of black youth is one of the best ways to invest in America’s future.”

This isn’t Hastings’ and Quillin’s first time donating to HBCU’s and minority education. In 1997, the two began supporting the KIPP charter school network which helps black and latino students. In 2016, Hastings created a $100 million dollar education fund for black and latino scholarships.

“HBCUs have a tremendous record, yet are disadvantaged when it comes to giving. Generally, white capital flows to predominantly white institutions, perpetuating capital isolation. We hope this additional $120 million donation will help more black students follow their dreams and also encourage more people to support these institutions — helping to reverse generations of inequity in our country,” says Hastings and Quillin.

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