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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 UntilFreedom.com.”

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.

One Mo’ Chance: Reality TV Star Kamal “Chance” Givens Searching For Stallionaire Sweetie On Dating Show

Once upon a (beautiful) time Tiffany “New York” Pollard was gracing our television screens with her “Flavor Of Love” spinoff series. Now, one of the stars of her popular “I Love New York” show is getting another “real chance” at Love.
Kamal “Chance” Givens has a dating show forthcoming called “One Mo’ Chance.” Airing exclusively on Zeus, the home to Joseline Hernandez’ Joseline’s Cabaret, TMZ reports that One Mo’ Chance will premiere this fall on the video-on-demand network, and it “gives Chance another opportunity at love and to share how his life has changed” since finishing as the runner-up on “I Love New York.”

Executive produced by (newly reconciled couple) Ray J and Princess Love and Jackie Long and the show was safely filmed “bubble-style” with quarantined contestants and proper testing.

Bye, Bullies! Cardi Stans Somehow Think The City Girls Aren’t Supporting “WAP”, Caresha & JT Clap Back

After the Internet was set ablaze by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s scintillating “WAP” video, Cardi’s collaborators/fellow Quality Controlettes, City Girls, caught some flack from fans.

Why?

Well because Cardi’s stans noticed that neither J.T. nor Caresha tweeted about the trending track. According to Cardi’s supporters, that means that the City Girls are “shady” and fan pages tweeted them wondering why they were so “quiet” about the single.

“City girls real quiet,” wrote a Cardi fan page. That tweet, in particular, caused Caresha to respond;

“What is there to talk about?”

Caresha then clapped back again and added that someone didn’t support City Girls when they dropped their new music. She also likened the Cardi fans to bullies.

COVID Censorship: Georgia High School Suspends Two Students For Posting Photos Of Crowded Hallways

North Paulding student Hannah Watters, 15, shared a video on Twitter of “what it looks like” at North Paulding “even with split dismissal.” Split dismissal staggers dismissal times and is supposed to help with social distancing. In Hannah’s footage, you can clearly see that there are little to no face masks present and the hallway is again critically crowded.

Hannah told BuzzFeed News that she was suspended for five days over the footage.

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