Cooking Sensation Auntie Fee Fights for her Life After Heart attack
TMZ reported Auntie Fee is not dead but is in the hospital fighting for her life on life support. We are praying she makes it.
Internet cooking sensation Auntie Fee, also known as Chef Sista Girl, is fighting for her life after a massive heart attack.
We were first told by Fee’s nephew Sosten Price and sister Ayesha that the 59-year-old died Tuesday after the medical emergency. However, we’ve now learned she’s on life support surrounded by family at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after being rushed by ambulance.
Federal Judge Quits After “Keep Your Knees Together” Comment to Rape Victim
Canadian federal Justice Robin Camp resigned Thursday after asking an alleged rape victim during a sexual assault trial “why didn’t you just keep your knees together?”. The woman, who was 19 at the time, alleged that a 29-year-old man raped her in the bathroom at a party, after following her. Alcohol was involved in the incident. The comments came during the 2014 trail, the judge questioned the victim harshly about whether she had done enough to stop the alleged incident from happening. He also told the alleged victim that “sometimes sex and pain go together, according to The Guardian.
Man Arrested for Raping and Impregnating 13 Year Old During Funeral
News report from:
A Pahokee man is facing charges that he raped a 13-year-old girl while she was attending a funeral at a church, according to an arrest report.
Andre Brown, 26, is being held without bond at the Palm Beach County Jail and is facing one count of sexual assault on a victim between 12 and 18 years old.
The alleged rape took place April 30, 2016, but the girl did not tell anyone about the assault because she was scared of being blamed for the attack, the report said.
Gabourey Sidibe Pens Memoir About her Weight Loss, Depression and Bulimia
The Empire star spoke to People magazine about her decision to get laparoscopic bariatric surgery after she and her older brother Ahmed found out that they had Type 2 diabetes. “I just didn’t want to worry,” she said. “I truly didn’t want to worry about all the effects that go along with diabetes. I genuinely [would] worry all the time about losing my toes.”
Charleston Church Murderer Dylan Roof Wanted to Murder at Another Church But Was “Too Tired”, Report Says
Some have said he’s going straight to hell for this.
Convicted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof stopped at another AME church on the night of the shooting massacre, ABC News affiliate WCIV reported Tuesday, citing newly released court documents.
After the attack on June 17, 2015 that left 9 black worshipers dead, Roof left Emanuel AME Church and traveled west to the Branch AME Church, according to WCIV, which cited GPS data that was not presented in court during his trial.
Richard Wright’s “Native Son” Novel to become film by Pulitzer Prize Winner Suzan-Lori Parks
Bow and Arrow Entertainment has acquired Richard Wright’s classic novel “Native Son,” which will be adapted into a movie by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Suzan-Lori Parks and helmed by acclaimed artist and photographer Rashid Johnson in his feature directorial debut.
“Native Son” was first published in 1940 to much success, making Wright one of the most prominent African-American voices of the era. The novel follows Bigger Thomas, a 20-year-old African-American man growing up in poverty on the South Side of Chicago.
Coretta Scott King’s Letter Regarding Jeff Sessions’ 1986 Nomination for Federal Judge Revealed
Coretta Scott King had issues with Jeff Sessions many years ago and this is why everyone has an issue with him. Some think Elizabeth Warren had no business using her words but they needed to be used and heard.
Here they are below:
Statement of Coretta Scott King on the Nomination of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions for the United States District Court Southern District of Alabama senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, March 13, 1986 Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee:
How Does Trump Executive Orders Affect African Americans (A Must Read)
Well, while Trump is issuing some of the worst executive orders in American history with bias, discrimination and prejudice that divides this great country, how is any of this affecting African Americans so far?
When you look at the executive orders he’s pumped out in less than a week in office, some don’t seem to affect us in particular like: building a Mexican wall, keep out immigrants from 7 countries, restricting and defunding Planned Parenthood, and the list goes on. Well, yes, even these do affect us in some way and we cannot escape it. But since, on the outskirts, it may look like we aren’t affected to the immigration issues, what may he have up his sleeves, in particular for us?
I have to share what I spoke to Tammi Martin from The Preying Narcissist about this issue. We came together and stated Trump is more than likely doing these things and we need to be ready to combat if we want our freedoms: