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10 memes that perfectly sum up the hilarity of the male romper craze

The internet remains undefeated #10 Flipping the script #9 Bron Bron #8 How dare you?! #7 Oh no baby what is you doin?! #6 It all makes sense #5 Chill sis! #4 The nerve! #3 Yall ain't low! #2 Facts B! #1 Cough it up! What will they think of next....

Lavar Ball is my hero…and here’s why

The outspoken dad of Lonzo should be looked at as a cultural icon Okay i'll admit it. At first glance, Lavar Ball does represent everything bad about parents involvement in sports. You know, the overzealous, "My son should be playing more minutes coach", type of parent. And yes, I was one of the many people who despised his very existence...

RAP IS BACK: Top 5 albums of the year so far

As recent as last year, hip hop seemed to be at a tug of war between lyricism and mumble rap, and it seemed like mumble rap was winning the battle. Thing is though, there is a place for non lyrical, turnt up content in the music game. It's okay to like Future AND Kendrick bro. The problem wasn't the...

Ranking the top five internet comedians in NYC

With youth across the nation taking advantage of social media as a comedy platform, more and more young people have been able to show their talents for the world to see. NY kids are no different. Here are the top  five internet comedians from NYC. #5 Ron Suno Ron Suno has a style of skits that true New Yorkers can appreciate....

The Renaissance of black film

Quality black film is back, and it's better than ever Just a year after the Oscar's award show was called out for it's exclusion of black actors, directors and films, the tide seemed to turn as a record setting number of African Americans received the honor. Mahershala Ali was victorious for his role in Moonlight, while Viola Davis gave a...

#MissingDcGirls: What’s really good?

The social media phenomena has shaken the city to its core The viral hashtag which has ran rampant through social media and sent shockwaves throughout the African American community began with a police tweet just months ago. A thirteen year old girl with pink slippers and a ponytail was deemed missing by the D.C. Police's twitter and along with basic...

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