Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, better known as 21 Savage, has been placed in deportation proceedings in federal immigration court.
T.I. is taking charge of the community and giving it back to the people.
In a great example of paying it forward, rapper T.I. is rebuilding his old neighborhood in the Center Hill section of Atlanta. Growing up in the area, he said the place he called home was vibrant and full of families. With the onset of drugs and businesses folding from the mid '90's to 2012, the neighborhood was devastated beyond belief.
#BoycottHoustons: Three Black Actresses Assaulted by Off-duty Cop/Security Guard for Taking 'Too Long' in the Bathroom
Rapper T.I. revives boycott; not the first time the restaurant chain has had racism problems.
#BoycottHoustons is spreading on social media, again, after Asia'h Sharrell Epperson, an actress on OWN-TV's "Greanleaf," and Brittany Marie Lucio and Erica Walker, also actresses, went to Houston's restaurant in Atlanta after hours to use the restroom and an officer forcefully tried to remove them from the facilities.
This isn't the first time Houston's has had a problem with Black clientele. Last year, Rapper T.I. organized a boycott of the restaurant that's now shut down on Lenox Road in Atlanta when a staffer threw out a group of Black women, he said.
Childish Gambino's insightful, intelligent and powerful observation of our culture inspires layered analysis.
Race, gun violence and U.S. culture are explored in recording artist Childish Gambino's "This is America" music video, which has gone viral. The video has garnered more than 74 million views on YouTube since it was released on Saturday and the buzz continues to grow.
First Phase of Pulte Homes' Altus at the Quarter Development to feature latest energy technologies.
"You think it's okay to call this journalist a n***er. I don't," is only part of Sharon Reed's amazing on-air reply.
In 11 months, Maven has launched three products and has grown to 17 cities in the U.S. and Canada.
People are divided over whether image is anti-Black or anti-police.
A piece of graffiti in Atlanta depicting Elmer Fudd dressed as a policeman, shotgun in hand, in front of a sign announcing "Negro Season," has people debating whether the graffiti is a message of hate toward Blacks or a commentary on police brutality meant to mock police as unjustified and incompetent.