In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about what she notices whenever she sees a celebrity “clapback” at somebody on social media. Typically, she says, the celebrity is clapping back at somebody who is not on their level, and doesn’t have what they have or understand what they understand. Erica doesn’t understand the […]
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via:eurweb The numbers are in…and it’s good news for the Oprah Winfrey Network. Tuesday’s premiere of Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and The Have Nots” drew 1.77 million viewers, making it the highest rated series debut in OWN history, according to the network. Read More
via:blackamericanweb Tonight at 9 p.m., the Tyler Perry era begins on the OWN Network. Perry has two scripted shows scheduled to debut this week – the 2-hour debut of the drama “The Haves and the Have Nots,” tonight at 9 and tomorrow, the first episode of “Love Thy Neighbor” is set to air at 9 […]
via:hellobeautiful Instead of hitting national stages with his 1995 “This Is How We Do It,” Montell Jordan is performing from the pulpit now. During a recent interview with L.A. Weekly, the singer revealed that he’s currently a pastor at a megachurch in Atlanta and only uses his musical gifts to glorify God. Read More
via:eurweb Until the latest episode of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta” (RHOA) Kandi Burruss had been relatively low key during season 5. As she concentrates on a new relationship with her fiance’ Todd Tucker and decorating her new home, Burruss hasn’t had time to get caught up in the never-ending drama between the “talls […]
via:eurweb According to Billy Wilson of the Motown Alumni Association, former Temptations member Damon Harris (born Otis Robert Harris, Jr.) died Monday evening at the age of 62. Wilson’s report didn’t reveal the cause of death, but Harris had been suffering from prostate cancer. Harris was born on July 17, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland. […]
via:ugospel It’s no secret that Grammy award-winning R&B superstar Mary J. Blige has a troubled past fueled by drug addiction, domestic abuse and alcoholism. However, unlike many others in her situation, Mary was able to kick her habits by finding God and staying in “The Word”. She recently had an interview with The Hollywood Reporter […]