You know how even the biggest bully on the playground eventually meets his match when he tries to punk the wrong kid? That’s basically what happened to these famous Black men when they tried to school Black women on what to do with everything from their butts to their lipstick and quickly found out just how insignificant their little lives and words are in the minds of their intended victims.
Black Twitter Was Not Having Marvel’s Changes To RiRi Williams
We were so excited to see the images of Riri Williams, the new “Iron Man,” when the first came out. That excitement turned to concern when Entertainment Weekly, posted a collage of Black actresses who would be good for the role. While the original illustration of RIri, by Stefano Caselli, was a dark-skinned girl with coarse hair, the one that appeared on a recent cover looked completely different. She was lighter complected, her hair had a looser curl and the biggest complaint that people had was that this never version of Riri looked nothing like a 15-year-old girl should.
Meek Mill Says DC4 Drops Tomorrow, Oct. 28
Meek Mill is back on Twitter, and his Instagram has returned from being AWOL. Not so coincidentally, the Philadelphia used both to announce the release date for his long delayed Dreamchasers 4 project. Meek posted the album’s cover with the caption, “Tomorrow #DC4LIFE.” The cover is young Meek sporting a bandage over one eye, while the over looks swollen. Fitting considering he’s been taking lumps from Drake, the Game and his own Philly rap peer Beanie Sigel. Also, the Internets hasn’t been too kind either. Dropping so fire music will shut everyone up, though.
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