TikTok’s Addison Rae Says Black Creators Deserve Credit for Fallon Dance

Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Addison Rae says she loves and respects all the TikTok dance creators who made up the moves she taught Jimmy Fallon … and she hopes they can work together following the controversy she and Jimmy have sparked. We got the TikTok star out in L.A. Monday … in the midst […]

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Chadwick Boseman Gets Posthumous Oscar Nomination for ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

Breaking News Chadwick Boseman‘s earned his first-ever Academy Award nomination … nearly 7 months after he died from colon cancer. Chadwick was the second one named early Monday morning when the nominations for Actor in a Leading Role were announced. Riz Ahmed for “Sound of Metal,” Anthony Hopkins for “The Father,” Gary Oldman for “Mank” […]

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Cardi B Praises Lesser-Known Black Artists Amid Grammys Drama

Cardi B appears to be downplaying The Weeknd‘s fury about being snubbed at the Grammys with a spotlight on other Black artists who are getting recognized … which is interesting. The rapper posted a lengthy statement Saturday about her thoughts on all the Grammys drama, and while she acknowledged she did think some albums and […]

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Black Choir at Harry and Meghan’s Wedding Says Prince Charles Invited Them

Exclusive The Black choir that sang at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry‘s wedding has a hard time believing Prince Charles is racist, because he personally invited them to perform. Ms. Karen Gibson, founder and conductor of the Kingdom’s Choir, tells TMZ … Charles came off as very sincere in his invitation, and he’s gone out […]

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Actor Aldis Hodge Zoom-Bombed By Racists During Black History Month Event

Play video content A zoom celebration of Black History Month was interrupted by some racists who hurled the n-word for all to hear, but, as host Aldis Hodge said, were too cowardly to show their faces. “Straight Outta Compton” star Aldis, along with Reginald Johnson and Malyia McNaughton, were on the call when an uninvited […]

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‘JL’ Actor Ray Fisher Re-Asserts Racism Claims Amid Black Superman Rumors

A Black Superman film might be among us soon — but a Black actor who already starred in a DC flick is pouring cold water on it, re-affirming his claim he experienced racism on WB’s watch. Ray Fisher — who played Cyborg in 2017’s ‘Justice League’ — reminded folks Saturday that as hyped as they […]

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Morgan Wallen Says He’s Met with Black Orgs, Been Sober Since N-Word Video

Morgan Wallen says he’s gained an understanding of the hate his words carry and he’s a sober and changed man since video of him casually using the n-word was published. Wallen posted a lengthy apology video Wednesday, saying he’s taken the last week to gather his thoughts and get an education. Wallen revealed he’s met […]

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Kodak Black Offers to Pay College Tuition for Kids of Slain FBI Agents

Exclusive Kodak Black is extending his charitable streak by reaching out to the families of the FBI agents killed in the line of duty this week in Florida. TMZ has learned the Florida rapper — fresh out of prison after his Presidential pardon — had his attorney, Bradford Cohen, send a letter to the FBI […]

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President Trump Pardons Lil Wayne, Kodak Black

Breaking News President Trump came through for Lil Wayne with a full pardon that gets him off the hook for a gun charge that could’ve meant serious prison time, and rapper Kodak Black also got a full pardon. Wayne’s pardon announcement included a statement of support by Brett Berish of Sovereign Brands, who described him […]

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Miya Ponsetto Released After NYC Arraignment, D.A. Never Mentioned Victim was Black

4:41 PM PT — This case is clearly not going to have any racial implication, despite the victim’s family feeling race had everything to do with her actions. The D.A. never uttered the words that the 14-year-old boy was black. This underscores the prosecutor’s decision not to charge Miya with a hate crime. There’s also […]

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