from madnews.wordpress.co posted with vodpod Enjoy Neesy….. Host Terrance does himself proud with this question (quoted word for word) “whose the most person, that you got suprised, when you met them in real life, that you thought either they was gonna be taller or shorter?” (rolls eyes…) And once again the studio audience clap and whoop for no reason……
For some reason (probably because he’s black), Marvel character Black Panther has never quite gotten his due. Since being created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and debuting in a 1966 issue of Fantastic Four, he’s never achieved the marquee status of his peers, despite being the first major black superhero. Wesley Snipes tried for 15 years to turn the character into a movie, but all we got is three Blade movies instead. Continue Reading Well you learn something new every day! […]
VIDEO OF THE DAY: MARIAH CAREY, JERMAINE DUPRI AND B.E.T VICE PRESIDENT STEPHEN HILL, ALL ACTING THE FOOL…..
I really don’t understand why Jermaine felt the need to upload this video on to youtube. I don’t know what they are babbling on about. I don’t understand why Stephen Hill is there. I don’t understand the jokes… I just don’t get it…… Perhaps Jermaine just wanted to give us ‘the little people’ the opportunity to watch the music “elite” at work and play. If that was the intention then I feel truly blessed…… (rolling eyes)
Well it doesn’t look as if everyone’s happy about the proposed arrival of B.E.T UK I found this article posted on the black British website Ligali who oppose its pending arrival…. READ
Black Entertainment Televison (BET) is in serious doo doo again! Campaigners are set to protest at the the BET Honours Awards…. READ
Earlier this year it was announced that BET would officially launch in the UK, November 07… Now some of you may remember our own little version of BET, The Identity Channel which launched in 1993. The Identity Channel was aimed at the black community and featured BET shows, Teen Summit (my favourite), Rap City, Donnie Simpson’s Video Soul, along with shows imported from the Caribbean/Africa and locally produced shows. Sadly though The Identity Channel ceased transmitting in 1996, due to lack of funding. The fact that the channel kept on repeating the same episodes of shows imported from the US, Jamaica, Trinidad, Africa […]