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April 2017

Black Soul Science > 2017 > April > 03 (Page 3)

Katherine Jackson A ‘No Show’ In Elder Abuse Hearing

[ad_1] Katherine Jackson didn’t appear in court on Tuesday in the case against her nephew, Trent Jackson, in which she’s accusing him of elder abuse, theft and all sorts of scandalous manipulation. You recall that Katherine filed for a permanent restraining order against Trent, who has been caring for her since Michael Jackson died in 2009. Katherine filed a declaration explaining how she believes Trent has stolen from her and committed elder abuse against her, something Trent has strongly denied. Katherine is in London with family and has not been seen for months, but some of her children say she’s scared to...

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How Men Prey On Women With Daddy Issues [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

[ad_1] Iyanla Vanzant breaks down how men prey on women with daddy issues. Click on the audio player to hear more on this on The Russ Parr Morning Show. Follow @RussParrShow Keep Up With The Russ Parr Morning Show … LIKE Him On Facebook! Also On Black America Web: 24 Celebrity Instagrams You Missed This Week (3/18/-3/24) 24 photos Launch gallery 1. Kevin Hart Source:Instagram 1 of 24 2. LL Cool J Source:Instagram 2 of 24 3. Kandi Source:Instagram 3 of 24 4. Tiny Source:Instagram 4 of 24 5. Tank Source:Instagram 5 of 24 6. Jamie Foxx Source:Instagram 6 of 24 7. Vivica Fox Source:Instagram 7 of 24 8. Terrence J Source:Instagram 8 of 24 9. Trina Source:Instagram 9 of 24 10. Rick Ross Source:Instagram 10 of 24 11. Dwyane Wade Source:Instagram 11 of 24 12. Marlon Wayans Source:Instagram 12 of...

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Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ Surpasses $150M Worldwide

[ad_1] Director Jordan Peele has become the first black writer-director to gross more than $100 million with his debut film “Get Out.” The Universal and Blumhouse pic is on track to reach a $154 million global box office, per TheWrap. Most of the film’s total comes from its $147.5 million domestic earnings, which last week passed the $137 million domestic studio record set by Blumhouse’s other big 2017 hit, “Split.” With its relatively unknown cast, “Get Out” has become a smash hit for Universal and Blumhouse, with its $4.5 million budget. It was expected to make $24 million during opening weekend. Instead,...

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