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Chief Keef, one of the pioneering voices in the Chicago Drill rap scene, shared a message on Instagram that he's kicked the lean habit.

Meek Mill and DJ Akademiks continue their beef with the Philadelphia rapper referring to the streamer as a "rapist type couch potato."

That being said, we hope this is the last diss track dropped by King Combs and that 50 refrains from releasing one of his own as no one asked for this, no one wants to hear this and no one is going to be entertained by this.

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Ode To Us Wellness guides women through a mental wellness journey that aids them in deciphering if motherhood is for them.

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Black women are at a disproportionately high risk of being targeted for trafficking at younger ages compared to their white counterparts. The post Sex Trafficking: Black Women And Girls Are At A Greater Risk, So What Can Be Done To Combat The Issue? appeared first on NewsOne.

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Cuba Gooding Jr. revealed he was stunned to learn that his name was pulled in the whirlwind of accusations currently swirling around Diddy, aka The Diddler.

“Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult” is the exciting new documentary series headed to Netflix this month. Watch trailer inside.

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The decision is a no-brainer following the success of season six of The Chi, which became the streamer's most-viewed season ever, increasing nearly 25 percent from season five.

As as much as white conservatives bemoan what they perceive as anti-white racism in America, and as much as they use that narrative to come for critical race theory, wokeness and all programs that promote diversity, equity and inclusion, the fact is, white people's grievances regarding anti-white racial discrimination is never backed by up by any independent data. The post No Plot Twist Here: A New Study Finds Even Black Preschoolers Are Routinely Discriminated Against appeared first on NewsOne.

Black women face a 40% increased risk of mortality from breast cancer despite having a 4% lower incidence rate of breast cancer compared to white women. Some types of cancer, such as triple-negative breast cancer — an aggressive form of the disease — is  more prevalent among Black women and tends to be harder to treat. This can contribute to poorer outcomes compared to other racial and ethnic groups. The post New Study To Evaluate Why Black Women Face Higher Mortality Rates From Cancer appeared first on NewsOne.

Diddy is seemingly letting the world know he is keeping his head up regardless of all the scandals involving his name. He recently posted a video alluding to him enduring all his legal troubles. As reported by Digital Music News, the embattled music mogul has kept a very low profile ever since he was accused of […]