Buffalo Shooting Suspect's Hispanic Best Friend Speaks Out
In an ironic twist, Payton Gendron, the suspected white supremacist in custody following this weekend’s deadly shooting rampage in Buffalo that's been widely attributed to anti-Black racism, has a best friend who is of a different ethnicity.<br /> The post Buffalo Shooting Suspect's Hispanic Best Friend Speaks Out appeared first on NewsOne. The post Buffalo Shooting Suspect's Hispanic Best Friend Speaks Out appeared first on Black America Web.
YSL Rapper Lil Keed Suffered From Severe Stomach Pain Before Death
The cause of the untimely death of YSL rapper Lil Keed still hasn’t been determined, but details are coming to light surrounding his health. The Atlanta rapper was reportedly suffering from stomach pain severe enough that it sent him to the hospital before his untimely passing. As previously reported, Keed died late last week, with […] The post YSL Rapper Lil Keed Suffered From Severe Stomach Pain Before Death appeared first on Black America Web.
Best Of Worst Worlds: R. Kelly Has Allegedly Befriended Accused Brooklyn Subway Shooter In Jail
R. Kelly is making some very interesting friendships while behind bars. It is being reported he and the accused Brooklyn subway shooter have become close associates. As per Complex the crooner turned convict is said to have struck a casual friendship with Frank James; the man who is accused of a mass shooting on a New […] The post Best Of Worst Worlds: R. Kelly Has Allegedly Befriended Accused Brooklyn Subway Shooter In Jail appeared first on Black America Web.
'Bring Brittney Home' Campaign Presses For Player's Release
Black Feminist Future remains firm in a public campaign focused on the WNBA player to ensure her safe return sooner than later. The post 'Bring Brittney Home' Campaign Presses For Player's Release appeared first on Black America Web.
Jackson Sun Headlines
Doug Stone to perform in Henderson Thursday
Williams Auditorium in Henderson is bringing another nationally-known recording artist to rural West Tennessee on Thursday.
'Delta-8' ban, industry regulations stall, leaving cannabis in legal gray area in Tennessee
Tennessee lawmakers backed away from a plan to outlaw Delta-8 businesses in the state. They then considered regulations, but dropped that too.
Middlefork Bottoms receives more state funding
West Tennessee River Basin Authority received a grant from the state of Tennessee for $400,000 on May 6 to go toward the work at the Middlefork Bottoms Recreational Area just south of Three Way.
More charges included in guilty plea for former Benton County youth pastor facing child sex crimes
In an update to the previous plea deal, Henley has pleaded guilty to eight of the ten charges against him.