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Michael Jackson continues his legacy even after his death, by recently being named Forbes Magazine’s top earning dead celebrity.
As difficult as it was to keep Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama from sneaking up on this list (their influence goes without saying), it was also just as easy to find other women who inspire us in other ways.
Damn, these mfers should be happy someone is trying to donate money to help improve the fawked up school system in Brick City:
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s $100 million gift to Newark schools is raising $100 million worth of questions
According to Forbes, “The richest 400 Americans got even richer this year.” With household incomes plunging for the second year in a row, fewer families earning over $100,000 a year and the ranks of the poor rising, one must contemplate
A “Lil Positivity”: Newark Mayor Cory Booker Speaks On $100 Milli Donation From Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg
A little Sunday positivity:
Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg joined the ranks of openly philanthropic billionaires Friday with a 100-million-dollar grant to a troubled New Jersey public school system.
On Monday’s episode of Oprah, the hyperbolic excitement wasn’t because of a trip to Australia, or one of Oprah’s favorite things, but her interview with Waiting for “Superman” director Davis Guggenheim.Guggenheim, also director of “An Inconvenient Truth”, gushed about how
Just when we thought Jay-Z was “Making It Rain On Them Hoes” Forbes launched their Forbes 400 issue and he didn’t make the list!
Add one-time to the growing list of folks who just don’t buy Bethanny Storro‘s acid splash story.
“106 and Park” host Terrence J recently took a life changing trip to Haiti and wanted to share his experience with BOSSIP Readers. In addition to over a dozen stark images, he also sent us a long letter that details
Wyclef Jean: Tell Sean Penn To Come See Me… He’s Been In Haiti For 6 Months, I’ve Been Going For 5 Years!!!
Since Wyclef Jean announced that he is running for President in Haiti, it is starting to cause a bit of controversy. Sean Penn, who has been working at the refugee camps in Haiti for the past six months, says “The