Fix It Jesus! Man’s Wife And Mistress Place Dueling Obits In Same Newspaper
Talk about awkward. A south New Jersey newspaper published two obits for a dead man: One from his wife and the other from his mistress.
According to Fox 59 News, Leroy “Blast” Bill Black, 55, died of lung cancer on Tuesday and both his feuding loves, Bearetta Harrison Black and Princess Hall wrote blurbs for the newspaper with Black being described as his “loving wife” and Hall as his “longtime girlfriend.”
The obituaries were put in the Press of Atlantic City separately because “the wife wanted it one way and the girlfriend wanted it another way,” said the Philly Voice.
We can’t even imagine what the funeral was like. Hope there wasn’t any serious drama.
President Obama Gets Hype For Epic DNC Speech by Listening to Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’
Did you miss President Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philly? It was pretty epic.
During those 45-minutes, he attacked Donald Trump, painting the Republican nominee as a fear monger, ill-equipped to be the leader of the Free World, and someone who sells Americans short. POTUS also reflected on what he and America have accomplished in the past eight years, called for the nation to be united, and affirmed why Hillary Clinton should be our next president.
It was electrifying.
Wonder how he got hyped before walking out onto the stage?
According to a newly released behind-the-scenes video, POTUS got pumped listening to none other than Eminem’s Oscar and Grammy-winning song, “Lose Yourself.” Obama can be seen backstage “with his face screwed up, bobbing his head,” The Root noted.
It’s not a secret that the President loves hip-hop. During his tenure in the White House, he has invited numerous artists including Nikki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar and Jay Z to name a few.
RIP: Inez Y. Kaiser, First Black Woman To Own A National PR Firm, Dies At 98
On Sunday, Inez Yeargan Kaiser, the first Black woman to own a PR firm has passed away. She was 98-years-old.
According to the Kansas City Star, Kaiser earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Pittsburg State University, taught home economics in numerous schools, but went back to school and earned a master’s degree from Columbia University. She was also awarded an honorary doctorate from Lincoln University.
In 1957, Kasier started her own firm, Inez Kaiser & Associates with her first big client being 7-Up. She never took “no” for an answer her son Rick Kaiser told the newspaper.
“You didn’t mess with her. She would harass you, badger you, hound you until she got what she wanted,” he said. “You got to be ready for my momma.”
The lifelong Republican, advised the White House on matters of minority women and business for both President Nixon and Ford about women in business, but according to her son, their mother voted for President Obama in both general elections.