The New York-based children's entertainer Mr. Loops is out with a new song and music video that teaches kids it doesn't really matter which bathroom or locker room people use as long as they respect each other and "treat each other right."
Mr. Loops, who is also known as Jon Lewis and is based in the Rochester area, released a new 3-minute music video last week featuring him and his wife titled "Me is Me, You is You."
"When we got to go, everybody knows the restroom they attend," Mr. Loops sings. "No matter your gender, we got to remember it all comes out the same in the end." more >>
Inquiring minds want to know what happened to BET's popular gospel singing completion "Sunday Best," and now Yolanda Adams, one of the show's judges, is putting an end to speculation.
Adams says the show will be returning to the BET lineup for a ninth season in 2017, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"We have not been cancelled so thank the Lord for that!" Adams said, adding that the show is on hiatus this year to accommodate Kirk Franklin who is on tour. "We look forward to 2017." more >>
In the midst of speculation about her marriage, Tamar Braxton has decided to speak publicly about her relationship with her husband of 13 years, Vincent Herbert.
Last month, TMZ reported that Braxton and Herbert were involved in an alleged domestic dispute and posted the recording of a 911 phone call placed by a friend of Braxton's who said her music executive husband had bit her finger at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, and then fled in a taxi.
Braxton subsequently posted a video on Instagram of herself talking to paparazzi at the LAX airport last week, saying: "I'm not even finna defend my relationship to anybody. Ever. This is a marriage," she said. "This is not my boyfriend ... this is my husband for 13 years, so everybody else can have several seats. ... God is good." more >>
Pastor Jamal Bryant is going above and beyond to show his support for NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick by not only wearing his jersey during a sermon on Sunday, but also by encouraging his entire congregation to remain seated during the national anthem.
Bryant, the pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, Maryland, said yesterday that he approves of the San Francisco 49ers' backup quarterback's protest after he announced two weeks ago that he plans to sit during every performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" at NFL games to represent "people that are being oppressed."
On Sunday, Bryant shared a photo of himself wearing Kaepernick's jersey on Instagram before revaling that he and his congregation would be joining the professional athlete's protest by sitting down while the national anthem was played during the service. more >>
Wiz Khalifa is back with his #DayToday vlog vlog on Friday, September 2. He dubbed the recent episode as "At Its Highest". With just three days from the video's release on YouTube, it already gained 197 thousand views.
Featured on this vlog is Khalifa's onstage performances, dirt bike rides, clubbing participation, weed convention, and his meeting with Juelz Santana in New York City.
The #DayToday vlog more >>
Even though former Destiny's Child singer Latavia Roberson suffered a miscarriage that would leave any women emotionally devastated, she is trusting in God's plan for her life.
After news broke that the 34-year-old singer lost her daughter, she revealed that God didn't make a mistake.
"I do truly appreciate every prayer and everything positive that was sent my way. I was, in fact, in the hospital," she wrote on Instagram earlier this week. "And during that time, unfortunately, I lost my daughter but MY GOD never makes mistakes. Thank you for your ongoing prayers! I know my angel is watching over our family! I love you all." more >>