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Moesha was the friend we all looked up because she had a quiet confidence about herself. In fact, the television character played by Brandy made many of us glued to our television sets, learning how we too can navigate sticky situations with our parents or crushes. And even though, there’s distance between who we were then and now, none of us have forgotten the lessons we learned from Moesha. Thankfully, we no longer have to rely on the memories we had from the show because Fuse has declared that October will be Moesha Month! Promising to fulfill every nostalgic recollection we have of the show, Fuse will air Moesha every Tuesday night in October! Even better, the television network plans to have marathon blocks of the show starting Columbus Day weekend, beginning on Sunday, October 9 from 6:00 p.m.-12:30 a.m. to October 10, 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. EST.


According To ‘Luke Cage’ Star, His Signature Hoodie Is A Tribute To Trayvon Martin

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There’s been much talk about the new Netflix series Luke Cage, which reprises the role of Marvel Comics first black fictional superhero that first appeared in 1972. Portraying a powerful image of a black man, Cage’s appearance was updated for the times, which is a sweltering climate of racial tension and police brutality. And instead of his signature yellow shirt, they opted for a hooded sweatshirt with bullet holes tattering its seams. Nevertheless, he’s bulletproof. In a recent interview with The Huffington Post , lead actor Mike Colter opened up about the importance of a black superhero, how the current political climate shaped his character, Luke Cage, and the significance of his bullet-pierced hoodie. “It’s a nod to Trayvon, no question,” Colter said. “Trayvon Martin and people like him. People like Jordan Davis, a kid who was shot because of the perception that he was a danger. When you’re a black man in a hoodie all of a sudden you’re a criminal…”


SZA Tweets That She’s Leaving TDE, Label Co-Chief Finds It Funny


SZA, the sultry songstress and lone woman on the West Coast Top Dawg Entertainment label, tweeted Monday evening that she’s leaving the label. TDE’s co-president Terrence “Punch” Henderson replied to the tweet, apparently finding humor in the singer’s quip. In a now deleted tweet, SZA aired out some frustrations surrounding her proper TDE debut not surfacing and told her 248,000 followers that she was moving on and that Punch can do what he wants with her release. “Actually I quit. @iamstillpunch can release my album if he ever feels like it. Y’all be blessed,” tweeted the singer. Punch replied with a photo of Heath Ledger’s incarnation of The Joker laughing and captioned with “Lol.” Hopefully, the two aired out their differences behind the scenes and are formalizing a plan to put out the project. Just sounds like good old fashioned artist frustration to us…


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