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#RHOP’s Grande Dame Karen Huger Comments On Monique Samuels & Candiace Dillard’s Cabernet Combat

According to a neutral party, The Grand Dame Karen Huger, the entire incident was unfortunate and yes, there were repercussions.

She added however that the cast was able to “work through it.”

“Lemme put it this way: two wrongs never make a right,” Huger says of the on-camera fight to come this season to E! “That altercation was a powerful moment, it had repercussions on all of the ladies. But what I believe about us and I think the viewers will agree is that we’re able to work through it because we have authentic friendships and relationships that are strong enough, I believe, to carry us through.”

Common Talks Enjoying Quarantine With His Boo Tiffany Haddish, “I’m Grateful To Have Her In My Life” [Video]

Rapper Common appear on ‘The Kelly and Ryan’ show this week and had the chance to talk a little about his romance with Tiffany Haddish. The actress has already dished a little on what it’s like to be quarantined up with Common but this is the first time we know of that Common has opened up about their alone time together. 

Oprah Buys 26 Billboards In Louisville Demanding Justice For Breonna Taylor

The fight to get justice for Breonna Taylor is far from over and Oprah Winfrey’s doing her part.

O and her O Mag team are further amplifying Breonna Taylor’s story by erecting 26 billboards across her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, beginning August 6. Each billboard, one for each year of her tragically short life, features Breonna with a call to action that reads;

“Demand that the police involved in killing Breonna Taylor be arrested and charged. Visit”

Until Freedom is the organization co-founded by renowned activists Tamika D. Mallory, Mysonne Linen, Angelo Pinto, and Linda Sarsour and has the support of Breonna Taylor’s family. The group has recently taken up residence in Louisville to focus its energy on getting justice for Breonna. Their website offers instructions on how “to take action against injustice” and calls on Louisville and Kentucky officials to demand that the officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death be charged.

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