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Watch Erykah Badu Turn Into The Ratchet Stewardess We All Need

[ad_1] We all love Erykah Badu for how real she keeps it whether it’s through her music or hosting award shows. The Orange Moon herself knows just how to balance her classy with her ratchet — and that’s why she’d be the most lit flight attendant you’ve ever had on a mundane flight.     Hit the flip to see who sparked the soulful seed for Badu’s no-nonsense stewardess spiel. 1 2Next page » Also On Black America Web: [ad_2] Source link ...

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2 GOP Lawmakers Want Sessions To Quit

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) — Two Republican House members are calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign as they criticizing his Justice Department for not cooperating with Congress and for leaks related to its Russia investigation. Reps. Mark Meadows of North Carolina and Jim Jordan of Ohio made their views known in an opinion column published Thursday on the Washington Examiner’s website. The headline said: “It’s time for Jeff Sessions to go.” They write that Sessions “has recused himself from the Russia investigation, but it would appear he has no control at all of the premier law enforcement agency in the world.” A...

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Bruno Mars & Cardi B. Make A Video Throwback To ‘In Living Color’

[ad_1] Not only has Bruno Mars remixed his “24K Magic” track “Finesse” with a new guest verse from Cardi B, he also filmed a video with the breakout rapper that mirrors the 90s throwback vibe of the track. The visual’s opening will bring back brightly hued, Cross Coloured memories of the “Living Color” dancers and the video for TLC’s “What About Your Friends,” as Cardi playfully delivers her bars. “Finesse” follows “24K Magic,” “That’s What I Like,” “Versace On the Floor,” and “Chunky” as the singer’s fifth single from his 2016 album “24K Magic.” Cardi, meanwhile, just became one of only three artists...

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Childish Gambino To Perform At Grammy Awards

[ad_1] NEW YORK (AP) — Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town and Pink will perform at the 60th Grammy Awards, which will also feature Broadway musical tributes by Patti LuPone and Ben Platt in honor of the show’s return to New York City. The Recording Academy announced Thursday the first round of performers for the Jan. 28 awards show, held live from Madison Square Garden. Gambino will make his Grammy stage debut after being nominated for five awards, including album of the year and record of the year. LuPone will reprise her 1981 Grammy performance of “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina,” while...

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First Black Female Mayor Named In Charlottesville After Big Election

[ad_1] A historic election in Charlottesville has ended with the victory of an African-American woman. The Virginia city has named Nikuyah Walker as its new leader months Tuesday night months after white nationalist rallies plunged the area into deadly chaos, The Associated Press reported. Charlottesville City Council members approved Walker’s appointment by a  4-1 vote. Walker, an outspoken critic of local leaders’ response to the “Unite the Right” rally who was sworn into office as a council member on December 29, has a positive outlook on the new position, largely a part-time job presiding over council meetings. “I never looked at it as, I’m above anyone else … there...

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Side Hustles You Can Start With No Money

[ad_1] Starting a business is often a pricey ordeal, but no- to low-cost ideas exist for aspiring entrepreneurs with unique and marketable talent. Take inventory of the skills you already possess, recommends Holly Reisem Hanna, founder of career blog The Work at Home Woman . List your past jobs, education, training, passions, skills and talents to help identify vocational patterns and interests that can guide you toward your new business venture. “In this exercise, you want to go deep,” she says, “so include what you liked and didn’t like about past jobs, training and schooling.” Need more small business ideas to get the...

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Jay-Z Spotted In L.A. Mansion For Roc Nation Signing

[ad_1] Jay-Z was spotted cheesing next to his new Roc Nation Sports signee at a Bel-Air Mansion Wednesday, January 3, 2018. According to Sports Illustrated, Saquon Barkley is known as the best wide receiver in college football and at the top of the 2018 NFL Draft pick. The Penn State football player is known for running 1,271 yards and making 18 touchdowns in this season alone.   Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports agency is doing good because Barkley will be the third first draft running back pick in 4 years for the company. Back in 2015, Roc Nation represented Todd Gurley who was the tenth pick...

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U.S. To End Policy That Let Legal Pot Flourish

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding the Obama-era policy that had paved the way for legalized marijuana to flourish in states across the country, two people with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press. Sessions will instead let federal prosecutors where pot is legal to decide how aggressively to enforce federal marijuana law, the people said. The people familiar with the plan spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss it before an announcement expected Thursday. The move by President Donald Trump’s attorney general likely will add to the confusion about whether it’s...

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3 Cars On Amtrak Train With 311 Passengers Derail, None Hurt

[ad_1] SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Three cars on an Amtrak train carrying more than 300 passengers on a route from Miami to New York derailed in snow-covered Savannah after a fierce winter storm, but no injuries were reported. Amtrak spokesman Jason Abrams said Silver Meteor train 98 was backing slowly into the Savannah station about 10 p.m. Wednesday — hours after the storm clobbered the Southeast coast — when two sleeper cars and a baggage car derailed. “All three cars — a baggage car and two sleeper cars — are fully upright,” Abrams said in an email statement early Thursday to The Associated...

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