What's On Today - Monday

Chris Rock Says White People Are ‘Mentally Handicapped’ Abusers Who Don’t Understand Racism

Chris Rock held no punches in a recent interview with the New York Times, waxing poetic as well as speaking in blunt terms about everything from his latest acting role in the “Fargo” TV series to what life has been like for him and his family during the coronavirus pandemic to the nationwide protests against police violence.

An while the comedian did, of course, crack jokes at times, he was plenty serious when the conversation turned to the topic of racism [Read more]

Frey and Clarke Welcome Frida Jade Frey

Sarah Clarke holds her newborn daughter, Frida.

Yesterday, September 16, Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and Sarah Clarke welcomed their daughter Frida Jade Frey to the world. Frida, at 7 lbs. 10 oz., was born at 5:22 p.m.

Both Clarke and Frida are healthy. Frida is the family’s first child.

“Nothing prepared us for the love we already feel. She’s a radiant light in our lives. For us, her birth leading into Rosh Hashanah symbolizes new beginnings and hope in the midst of tough days. She’s our reminder of a better tomorrow,” said [Read more]

Kamala Harris Rocking ‘Timbs’ Draws Attention To Boot Company’s History Of Political Donations

Kamala Harris wearing 'Timbs'

Kamala Harris Rocking ‘Timbs’ Draws Attention To Boot Company’s History Of Political Donations

Democratic vice-preidential nominee Kamala Harris‘ footwear has the internet going nuts. In fact, it’s been like that for the last week after she wore a pair of Chuck Taylor sneakers during a visit to Wisconsin.

But on Tuesday, her kicks also got an outsized reaction when she rocked a pair of Timberland boots [Read more]

Hate It Or Love It: 50 Cent Inks Deal With Starz To Develop Female Sports Agent, Hip-Hop Anthology Drama Series

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s relationship with Starz network is going swimmingly well. In addition to their exclusive 4-year deal, the two have agreed to develop two original drama series under G-Unit Film and Television. One tells the incredible story of a young, ambitious attorney breaking through the world of a sports agent. The other explores the behind-the-scenes stories from some of hip-hop’s most iconic moments in history.

Source: The Urban Daily