Moniece Slaughter Threatens To Beat The Black Back Into Hazel E Over Her Tirade Against Dark Skin And Gay People

Moniece Slaughter Claps Back At Hazel E

Hazel E is already getting dragged to the depths of the slander chamber after her willfully ignorant comments about “dark butt monkeys” hating on her perfectly light complexion and wishing death and damnation on homosexuals…all while fighting with Jess Hilarious on social media earlier today.

But of course, her LHHH arch nemeses weren’t going to be left out of this one. Moniece Slaughter instantly took to Twitter to call attention to Hazel’s hypocrisy…and dole out a few threats while she was at it.

Moneice took her field day going in on Hazel over to Instagram, calling her just about everything other than a child of God and letting her know that since she seems to have such an issue with Black folks, she’ll beat her so black that…well just read it.

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Notice that Masika wouldn’t dare get left out of that one.

Moniece seems juuuuust fed up enough to actually dole out this physical beating to match the verbal one. Do you think it will actually happen?



Richard Sherman: ‘People should be losing their jobs’ for not signing Kaepernick

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has made many of the defining plays of his career against Colin Kaepernick, but this time he’s on offense and railing against those in the NFL who’ve seemingly blackballed the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback.

Sherman said the NFL made its point in not signing Kaepernick, preferring a host of quarterbacks with inferior career statistics. Kaepernick has been unemployed since opting out of his contract with the 49ers on March 3.

“People are vehemently saying ‘No!’ Just say, no,” Sherman said via Gregg Bell of The News Tribune. “It’s not like he’s a bad player. It’s not like we are talking about a guy who’s never won a football game, who’s never taken his team to a Super Bowl. There’s quarterbacks out there (in the NFL) that’s never taken their team to the playoffs, never had a winning record, that have jobs, that are starters in this league.”

Sherman continued to seethe, with particular ire aimed at those drawing upon Kaepernick's collegiate scouting report as a reason not to sign him.

“Then you hear these coaches and scouts that are like, ‘Well, you know, we didn’t like him coming out of college.’ People didn’t like Tom Brady coming out of college; he went in the sixth round. Like, these people aren’t know-it-alls, you know what I mean? They don’t know everything. These scouts don’t know everything. Aaron Rodgers fell to (24th overall). How many people would turn around and regret that decision?

“People should be losing their jobs, because they are idiots. You’ve heard every excuse in the book for why (Kaepernick) doesn’t have a job, but you can see what it is. They’ve agreed not to give him a job.”

Sherman also raged against the idea that football players are innately privileged and therefore shouldn’t advocate for equality. As the season continues, Sherman’s impassioned plea for Kaepernick may continue to get ignored by legions of general managers.

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People Ain’t Isht: Brutish Bronx Boyfriend Gets 1 Year In Prison Over Girlfriend’s Dog’s Amputated Leg

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Boyfriend Sentenced To A Year In Prison For Animal Abuse

The Bronx was just having a good year too.

According to NYDailyNews, an animal abuser boyfriend will spend 365 days behind bars after injuring his girlfriend’s dog so badly that it’s leg had to be amputated.

25-year-old Roberto Martinez was caught on surveillance video lifting the dog and slamming her viciously to the ground.

As the dog tried to escape it was apparent that it could not use it’s hind leg, which eventually had to be removed.

Martinez plead guilty to aggravated animal cruelty and will be forced to register as an animal abuser.

The dog, Sally, is now living with a new owner.

What a piece of sh!t this Roberto guy is. SMFH.


NeNe Leakes: I Had a REAL Breakdown, People!

NeNe Leakes has not had a great week.

A few days ago, the reality star stepped into some scalding hot water after she responded to a heckler at a stand-up show by telling her she hopes she gets raped by her Uber drive.

Yeah: YIKES!

After receiving some well-deserved backlash for this remark, Leakes was fired from The Great Xscape Tour and sources have said she may also be let go from The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

NeNe proceeded to issue a heartfelt apology, saying on Instagram:

“I truly regret and apologize for what I said from the stage in Oakland over the weekend…

“As a woman and someone who has survived abuse, I regret the words that I used.”

Pretty straightforward and, really, all NeNe could say given the circumstances, right?

But with the criticism increasing and her career in jeopardy, Leakes then recoded a video in which she bawled her eyes out and REALLY apologized.

“I never want to cause harm to anybody else, not in that kind of way,” she said this time around, adding:

“Everybody who know me knows that I never would want that to happen.”

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So… days later, how is Leakes feeling about everything right now?

Pretty good, but it got ugly there for a bit.

“A lot of people know me as NeNe who’s laughing and talking, a lot of don’t know me as NeNe who would break down,” Leakes said on Instagram last night, expounding as follows:

“I actually had a real breakdown.”

Don’t panic, however, fans.

NeNe says she’s in a much better place now.

“Trust and believe, I’m so okay, I’m in a great place today,” she said.

“I can’t say I haven’t been in a great place these last few days. I’m so okay with everything, I just haven’t talked a lot or spoken out a lot.”

The Bravo star was scheduled to host a November concert featuring girl group Xscape (including her Real Housewives of Atlanta costar Kandi Burruss).

However, the group announced yesterday that they were “dismayed” by the remark Leakes made.

“Yesterday I got a little bit emotional. I have never said anything that the heckler said to me. All the girls on the tour with me know what happened,” Leakes continued on Instagram.

She concluded optimistically, stating:

“I plan on not letting anyone take my joy. I created my own show because I wanted to get out and express some of the things that I have inside of me.

“I don’t consider myself a comedian, I always say that. I’ve said that since the day I first started. I just consider myself a s–t talker, a funny lady. I never imagined ever, ever, ever stepping on stage and somebody screaming out ‘Go kill yourself’ to me.

“It literally took me somewhere else, I apologize. I’ve let that go.”

So… NeNe is mostly sorry, yet also wants everyone to know that the heckler told her to commit suicide.

We can understand how that could be traumatizing.

We can’t understand ever making a rape joke, though.

And we definitely can’t understand hiring NeNe Leakes to do a stand-up act.

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Lakers, Kings donating game proceeds to people affected by Las Vegas shooting

The Los Angeles Lakers and Sacramento Kings are “Vegas Strong.”

The teams announced Friday that they, along with T-Mobile Arena, AEG, and MGM Resorts International, will donate the proceeds from Sunday's preseason contest in Las Vegas to those affected by the massacre on Oct. 1.

"Our thoughts are with all those affected by this evil and senseless crime,” Lakers president Jeanie Buss said. "While no one can erase the horrific actions of last Sunday, we are committed to doing everything we can to help the people of Las Vegas who were affected by this tragedy."

Kings owner Vivek Ranadive echoed Buss’ sentiments:

“To say we are united in grief does not fully convey the sadness we feel as we offer our deepest sympathies and support to those impacted. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims, their families, and everyone enduring this heartbreaking tragedy. Together we will remain Vegas strong.”

The donation will be made through the MGM Resorts Foundation and go toward aid for the victims, their families, and first responders.

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Lakers’ Bogut: People need to focus on bigger issues than ‘stupid political sh–‘

New Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bogut believes people need to turn their attention to more pressing matters instead of getting all riled up over politics.

"There's people dying in countries, there's people who don't have water, and we are bickering about political sides?," Bogut said to ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. "OK, there are some issues with what is going on right now with the presidency. There is no doubt about it. But obviously, you look at what has happened in Puerto Rico, there are earthquakes all over the world, there are bigger issues that we need to take care of as people of the world rather than focus on this stupid political sh–."

A number of NBA figures have been openly critical of U.S. President Donald Trump in recent weeks, stemming from comments made about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, as well as a tweet he sent rescinding an invitation for Stephen Curry to visit the White House with the Golden State Warriors.

The Lakers have decided that they’ll be locking arms during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” throughout the 2017-18 regular season to display unity and protest social issues in a respectful manner that adheres to league rules.

"We (athletes) have a platform," Bogut added. "I speak out about (issues) all the time. I get into some trouble for it, so be it. I am going to stick to my principles."

The former No. 1 overall pick then brought up the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, and how Republicans and Democrats used the tragedy as a means to push their respective political agendas, placing blame on Trump or Hillary Clinton.

“Let’s respect the people that just passed away and respect their families. There is a time and place for the political stuff,” he said.

"It is the climate that we are in, everything is so political right now. It is just a joke. Like people losing family members because one voted for this party. It is just mind-boggling to me. I have never seen the world (like this). I grew up in the '80s, I have never seen this climate. Not just in America, everywhere. You either agree with my opinion or you are wrong. Or I hate you or I want you dead. It is like, really? Both political sides are full of idiots. Both political sides are full of some good policy. I really get frustrated with it."

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Wu-Tang Clan ft. Redman “People Say,” A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie “Drowning (Water)” & More | Daily Visuals 10.4.17

The Wu is back!

After a lengthy hiatus and a controversial private album sale, the Wu-Tang Clan are in full on killer bee mode and in their new clip to the Redman featured “People Say” Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, and Masta Killer reclaim the night and remind everyone that the Gods are still the soul controllers.

Keeping things in New York, new school artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie gets his Jacques Cousteau on and goes deep underwater for his visuals to “Drowning (Water).”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from El Prez, Benny, and more.







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