What's Ariah going to be for Halloween? Tamera shares details on her baby girl's costume, in Monday's Girl Chat. Get ready for cuteness overload! Tune in tomorrow for more.
[FULL INTERVIEW] Charlamagne Tha God On Cancel Culture, Credits God & Black Women for Success
Charlamagne Tha God — the multimedia mogul, New York Times best-selling author, and co-host of the popular morning show “The Breakfast Club” — gives us the inside scoop on his new Comedy Central show, “Tha God’s Honest Truth with Charlamagne Tha God.”
[FULL INTERVIEW] Are Racial Biases to Blame in the Case of Julius Jones?
A powerful social media campaign and public outcry brought the story of Julius Jones to the forefront after a criminal trial allegedly conducted with racial bias and inconsistencies made the news. The result was a man sitting on death row for 20 years. We discuss the case with Julius’ sister Antoinette Jones and the “Justice for Julius” campaign director, Rev. Cece Jones-Davis.
Part I: Charlamagne Tha God Opens Up About Cancel Culture, Credits God & Black Women for Success
Multimedia mogul and New York Times best-selling author Charlamagne Tha God is best known for his sometimes controversial opinions on “The Breakfast Club.” He opens up about the importance of Black women, having faith while navigating his career and why he believes in “accountability culture” versus “cancel culture.”
What Happens If You Don’t Get Along With Your In-Laws?
Is your marriage doomed if you can’t find harmony with your partner’s family? We discuss the belief that you have to get along with your in-laws for your relationship to be successful.
Is The Idea of Masculinity the Reason Men Find It Hard to Make Friends as Adults?
Is there a difference between how men and women make friends? We weigh in on an article that suggests the long-standing ideas of masculinity might be the problem.
Part II: Rapper-Turned-Actress Kash Doll Talks New Role in 50 Cent Created Series ‘BMF’
Kash Doll puts her acting chops to the test in the new STARZ series “BMF,” which follows the true story of two brothers who rose from the decaying streets of southwest Detroit in the late 1980s to give birth to one of the most influential crime families in the country. Kash also reveals how she got 50 Cent’s attention for the role.