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Paris Jackson Tearful Plea to Cyberbullies, WHY SO MUCH HATE?!

Paris Jackson broke down in tears over a wave of hatred she’s receiving on the Internet … and said it’s the same thing she went through when she tried to commit suicide at 14. In the raw, emotional video she wonders why there’s “so much hatred in the world.” She explained she’d quit social media after cyberbullying drove her to attempt killing herself … but she returned and made her Instagram account public at the request of fans. (tmz.com – Staff) Click here to read the full story!   Make sure you follow @910AMSuperstation on Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, Periscope, and...

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Nate Parker says Colin Kaepernick’s protest is a form of resistance in the spirit of Nat Turner

TheGrio.com’s Jon Kelley caught up with director and actor Nate Parker to discuss the major themes of his upcoming film The Birth of a Nation. Kelly also asked Parker to share his thoughts on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s current protest of the national anthem before games. Parker pledged his support to the 28-year-old Kaepernick, who has stated he will not stand for the national anthem to protest the ongoing “oppression” of black people in America. (thegrio.com – Staff) Click here to read the full story!   Make sure you follow @910AMSuperstation on Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, Periscope and...

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Lil Wayne: ‘There’s no such thing as racism’

In a recent interview, Lil Wayne denied the existence of racism, arguing that white people who attend his concerts are living proof that it’s a thing of the past. When asked by “Undisputed” co-host Skip Bayless about performing in front of a predominantly white audience in Westchester, the New Orleans rapper said it signified to him that racism is over and done. (thegrio.com – Staff) Click here for the full story! Make sure you follow @910AMSuperstation on Instagram, Twitter, Periscope, SnapChat and...

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Lyin’ Ryan Lochte’s DWTS Debut Thwarted by Protesters, Turns Into a Lochte Love Fest

Protesters interrupted lying Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte’s debut on Dancing With the Stars Monday night. According to the Washington Post, Lochte had finished dancing with partner Cheryl Burke and was receiving his critiques when two protesters stormed the stage. The two men were grabbed by security and escorted out before Los Angeles police took them into custody. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba was critiquing Lochte’s performance, and although the disruption was not broadcast, Inaba can be heard saying, “Excuse me!” A network source told the Post that Inaba was speaking to the two men who had reportedly jumped onto the...

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King of Pain: 20 Years Later, Tupac Shakur’s Problematic Genius Still Haunts Us

The aphorism goes, “Stars are born, not made.” I understood this twice in childhood: the first time I saw Magic Johnson on television, and the moment in Digital Underground’s “Same Song” video when a resplendent Tupac Shakur burst into the public consciousness on a chariot, wearing a dashiki and kufi, and holding a scepter that looked like it was fashioned out of black cool itself: “Now I clown around when I hang around with the Underground Girls who used to frown, say I’m down when I come around Gas me and when they passed me they used to dis...

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