Kirk Franklin and his son must come together


An ugly family exchange was thrust into public view Saturday when Kirk Franklin’s estranged son published audio of the gospel legend berating him in a profanity-laden phone call that ends with his father screaming, “I will break your neck. Don’t you ever disrespect me.”

The elder Franklin, 51, is a beloved and influential figure in the gospel music world and is widely credited with popularizing modern gospel in the mainstream. He posted an apology to his fans later that night that drew even more attention — and polarized reactions — to the rancorous father-son exchange. By Sunday, “Kirk Franklin” was a Twitter trending topic.

Kerrion Franklin, 32, posted a clip of the exchange on Instagram on Saturday and included a caption that said he doesn’t feel safe around his father. “I don’t think I’ll ever trust my father to be alone around him ever again,” he wrote.

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Black Britain defends Megan Markle|Confusing vaccine instructions|Leave these women alone Cuomo


Piers Morgan has wished Alex Beresford “good luck” after the pair clashed on Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain, hours before he quit the show.. The 55-year-old confirmed he was leaving GMB after five years, amid an Ofcom investigation into his coverage of Oprah Winfrey’s Meghan Markle interview.

State Sen. Liz Krueger, a prominent Democrat from Manhattan, also urged Cuomo to step down, saying: “Our state is rightly crying out for truthful, transparent government. The people’s business is too pressing to continue to be derailed in this way.”

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie did not explicitly call for Cuomo to step down, but he said he shares Stewart-Cousins’ “sentiment” about “the governor’s ability to continue to lead this state.”

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The Queen, Megan & Harry and Royal Racism


Royal Racism:

Shocking allegations emerged from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey Sunday night. The Duchess of Sussex accused the palace of flagrant racism, while Harry painted a bleak picture of royal life.

Prince Harry and Meghan lifted the lid on life in the British royal family in an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Meghan found life as a royal so difficult that she had suicidal thoughts, and said there were “concerns” in the family about baby Archie’s skin color.

Harry said Prince Charles stopped taking his calls for a while, and that he was cut off financially in 2020.

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George Floyd’s Uncle Selwyn Jones speaks as jury selection begins


On this episode George Floyds  Slwyn Jones speaks to us.

Selwyn Jones’ nephew, George Floyd, died in police custody Monday in Minneapolis after an officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes while Floyd laid handcuffed on the street.

A bystander video shows that Floyd yelled out multiple times that he couldn’t breathe, and the footage sparked national protest, including a demonstration set in Rapid City which Jones plans to attend this weekend.

The four officers involved in the case have been fired as the incident remains under investigation by the FBI and state law enforcement. Derek Chauvin, the officer shown in the video kneeling on Floyd’s neck, was charged Friday with third degree murder.

“It’s pretty bad when you wake up and see (that) video in the news,” said Jones, a 54-year-old man from Gettysburg, South Dakota. “I’m thinking, ‘Wow, not again.’ Then my wife looks at me and says, ‘You know who that is?’”First Challenge in George Floyd Murder Trial: Finding an Impartial Jury

Jury selection is scheduled to begin on Monday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged in connection with Mr. Floyd’s death.

Jury selection is set to begin on Monday, in a courtroom built to comply with pandemic protocols and outfitted with television cameras. Mr. Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Before his trial begins, he could face an additional charge of third-degree murder, the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled on Friday, in a decision that could delay the start of jury selection because Mr. Chauvin has the option to appeal.

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Black Lives Matter owes Mike Brown’s family money|Cuomo and crisis of moral leadership|Rent Moratorum|Dr Seuss a racist|UIN News


On today’s episode The Black lives matter movement made in 2020 90 million dollars and the Ferguson Missouri activist and Mike Brown’s family has only recieved $500 dollars since Mike Brown was killed in 2014. How much money has the movement made since 2014?

Gove Cuomo apologizes and more news

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More comments on No Grease leaving SouthPark, Is Dr Seuss Racist, Robin Roberts, Coming to America, New Podcast Alert!


On today’s show I dive into the possible reasons for South Park Mall not wanting a Black Barbershop business in the mall. Also is Dr Seuss Racist? Did you you know that Robin Roberts from Good morning America is a preacher? Are you ready for coming to America? And we are excited about our new podcast release called “All About Relationships” with Shante Vines being released today on spotify.

Here is the contact information for No Grease Barber shop

Damian and Jermaine Johnson

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No Grease South Park location will be terminated effective April 1, 2021…Why?


Charlotte, North Carolina… Mr. Damian Johnson was shocked and taken aback to receive a letter from SouthPark Mall, managed by Simon Properties that their lease for their SouthPark location will be terminated effective April 1, 2021.

When asked if he had broken his temporary lease or conducted business unbecoming or inappropriate Mr. Johnson replied, no. “In fact, SouthPark’s management team praised the business owner and said that their shop, called Knights of the Razor, had exceeded all their expectations but they were still going to terminate the lease.”They took their Black barbershop to SouthPark. Next up: the moon.-

They took their Black barbershop to SouthPark. Next up: the moon. – Axios Charlotte

Two successful businessmen were touring their new space in Charlotte’s fanciest mall when the person showing them around suggested they consider changing their brand. “It’s a good thing I had my mask on,” Damian Johnson says, “so they couldn’t see the look I made.” Damian and his twin brother, Jermaine, have built their lives around […]


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The Black Dollar Initiative with Kelle Rozell


The Black Dollar Initiative is a consumer advocacy group dedicated to unifying the more than $1.4 Trillion in yearly spending by Black Americans for racial equity.



Hold corporations accountable for serving Black employees, consumers, and communities.


Empower Black consumers by leveraging corporate transparency to help make informed purchasing decisions.

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Essential Practices of Successful Couples with Certified Marriage Experts Howard and Danielle Taylor


Howard and Danielle Taylor

Howard and Danielle Taylor are certified marriage coaches with the American Association of Christian Counselors, executive producers on the Christian Television Network, serial entrepreneurs and the founders of Marriage on Deck, a marriage media ministry that has served over 4,000 couples through teaching the fundamentals of marriage. The California couple has been named the Distinguished Couple of the Year in 2017 honored along with Grammy-Award-Winning Gospel Duo Mary Mary, R&B Veteran Dave Hollister and Gospel Recording Artist Dr. Beverly Crawford. Their hands-on efforts in the community have granted them the Trailblazer Award for their Marriage on Deck work. The Taylors currently have a marriage workbook The Fundamentals of Marriage, a marriage talk show Tuesdays and Thursdays 3 p.m. PST/6 p.m. EST on CTN and an eight-part video bible study on Right Now Media, a global streaming library with 22k church subscribers and 3.5 million end users.

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ATL HOMICIDE Detective David Quinn Talks Policing in the Black Community


SERIES PREMIERE: Monday, January 25, 2021 at 9 P.M. ET/8C

FORMAT: True-crime series, hour long

DESCRIPTION: ATL HOMICIDE (Season 3) reunite viewers with the passionate and fearless

veteran homicide detectives David Quinn and Vince Velazquez of the Atlanta Police Department

as they disclose first-hand accounts of real-life murder investigations. As part of TV One’s “True

Crime Mondays”, each episode follows the thirty-year Atlanta PD veterans as they reveal how

they solved tragic crimes committed in the Atlanta metro area while working side by side as

partners in the homicide division. The hour-long show will dive deep into Quinn and Velazquez’s

personal experiences as detectives as they narrate step-by-step some of their most

bone-chilling cases. The dramatic stories, based on true events, have been re-created through

flashbacks with actors Angelo Diaz as David Quinn and Christopher Diaz as Vince Velazquez.

In the season premiere episode, Quinn and Vince investigate the tragic murder of a young

father gunned down at a gas station. The detectives narrow in on a local drug dealer as the

suspect, but as they near the finish line, they find that their closest ally may hold the darkest

secrets in this complicated investigation.


● David Quinn

● Vince Velazquez

PRODUCED FOR TV ONE BY: Wide Net Productions and Jupiter Entertainment





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