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‘RHOA’ Star Kenya Moore Files Restraining Order Against Ex Matt Jordan

[ad_1] If you’ve been following the relationship drama surrounding Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore and her on-again, off-again…and on-again, off-again boyfriend Matt Jordan, you know that there is always some outlandish accusations and situations that the former couple find themselves in. Source: Bravo / Getty This time Kenya Moore appears to have officially had enough of her ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan because she just filed a restraining order against him to keep him away from her for good. According to TMZ, everything came to a head when Moore said that Jordan allegedly threatened her by telling a mutual friend that “she...

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Murder Charge Dropped In Houston Apartment Slayings

[ad_1] HOUSTON (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped a capital murder charge against a man accused in shootings at a Houston apartment complex that left two people dead and four wounded, including a former contestant on the reality TV show “America’s Next Top Model.” Harris County prosecutors say 28-year-old Jeremy Jones was mistakenly identified as the gunman in the Sunday night shootings. The murder charge against him was dropped Thursday but he remains jailed on an unrelated charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. His brother, 34-year-old Harvey Jones, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the attack. Among the...

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Beyonce Approached To Voice Nala In ‘Lion King’ Remake

[ad_1] Beyonce is director Jon Favreau’s first choice to voice Nala in his forthcoming remake of “The Lion King,” according to Variety. The outlet reports that Bey has been approached about the role, but has not decided whether she’ll take it. No further details were included. If Beyonce signs on, she’d play mom to Donald Glover-voiced Simba. James Earl Jones will reprise his role as Simba’s father, Mufasa. Jeff Nathanson is writing the remake of the iconic film, which will not be live action, but will look it, similar to the visual style of “The Jungle Book,” also directed by Favreau (with a...

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Beyonce Approach To Voice Nala In ‘Lion King’ Remake

[ad_1] Beyonce is director Jon Favreau’s first choice to voice Nala in his forthcoming remake of “The Lion King,” according to Variety. The outlet reports that Bey has been approached about the role, but has not decided whether she’ll take it. No further details were included. If Beyonce signs on, she’d play mom to Donald Glover-voiced Simba. James Earl Jones will reprise his role as Simba’s father, Mufasa. Jeff Nathanson is writing the remake of the iconic film, which will not be live action, but will look it, similar to the visual style of “The Jungle Book,” also directed by Favreau (with a...

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‘Power’ Star Rotimi Joins Mike Epps, Bruce Willis New Movie

[ad_1] “Power” co-star Rotimi Akinosho joins Mike Epps and Bruce Willis in the action film “Acts Of Violence,” reports Deadline. Rotimi is set to play Frank, a pimp who works for human trafficker Maxwell Livingston (Epps). The two lure desperate young women into sex slavery. Willis plays a detective looking to bring down the human-trafficking ring. Cole Hauser, Shawn Ashmore, Sophia Bush, Ashton Holmes and Melissa Bolona co-star in the film, which is being directed by Brett Donowho for Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films. Production is currently underway in Ohio. In addition to his role as Dre in Power, Rotimi can currently been seen in the Netflix...

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More Than 40 Percent Of Sex Trafficking Victims Are Black, According To Annual Black Women’s Roundtable Report

[ad_1] The Black Women’s Roundtable released its fourth annual report today, detailing a “prescriptive lens” for African-American women and the issues that affect them most. Titled Black Women in the U.S., 2017: Moving Our Agenda Forward in a Post-Obama Era, the 72-page document was released in Washington D.C. at the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation (NCBCP), a nonprofit that “works to expand, strengthen and empower our communities to make voting and civic participation a cultural responsibility and tradition.” The report arrives in conjunction with BWR’s 6th annual “Women of Power” national summit, happening this week in D.C. and Arlington, Virginia. Written by multiple contributors...

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