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Kenya Barris Moves to Netflix, Tamar Ignores Vince’s Hospital Visit [VIDEO]

WATCH VIDEO: Is Drake dating a teenager? Nicki and Cardi, can’t we all just get along? Chadwick Boseman shows up big time, and; an interview with Nabate Isles

In the Quick Takes section of this episode of What’s The 411, award-winning journalist, Kizzy Cox, and comedian Onika McLean are talking about Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Tamar and Vince, Chadwick Boseman's visit to St. Jude's Hospital, Kenya Barris' new deal with Netflix, hip-hop icon, Drake, was spotted in a Washington, DC restaurant with 18-year-old model, Bella Harris, and how Nike's stock price shows the people are embracing the company's moves, even actress Jenifer Lewis wore blinged out Nike gear on the red carpet at the 2018 Emmy Awards show.

Additionally, the episode includes an interview with Grammy Award-winning trumpeter and composer, Nabate Isles, talking about his debut album, Eclectic Excursions.


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Cardi B, Lorde, Fabolous, Vivica Fox, Blue Ivy | What’s The 411 | Ep. 124

Manuel A. Mendez is Blue Ivy’s personal stylist; backlash to Roseanne Barr’s joke about Black-ish and Fresh Off the Boat still continues; and more

In this episode of What's The 411, journalist Kizzy Cox, and comedian Onika McLean are talking about Chrissy Teigen's response to a track on Cardi B's new album; the less than tepid response to Iggy Azalea's new album, the feud between Vivica Fox and Kenya Moore continues; the news that Jay-Z and Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy has a personal stylist; the uneven way that ABC treats Roseann and Black-ish; the perils of butt injections and butt lifts, interviews with Dion Clarke, the founder of the Harlem Fine Arts Show and some of the guests at the Harlem Fine Arts show, and


QUICK TAKES: Prince, Yara Shahidi, Anthony Weiner, Beyonce, Keke Palmer [VIDEO]


It’s taken a little over a year, but Minnesota Judge Kevin Eide has finally named the heirs to Prince’s estate. They are his sister and five half-siblings.

A spinoff of ABC’s hit show, Black-ish, will soon be coming to a television near you. The tentatively titled, College-ish, will debut on Freeform (formerly known as ABC Family) sometime next year. The series, starring Yara Shahidi, will kick off with 13, 30-minute episodes.

Katherine Johnson, an engineer, better known as the human computer and subject of the movie, Hidden Figures, delivered the commencement speech at Hampton University.

Anthony Weiner, a former congressman from New York repping Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to exchanging sexually explicit online messages, including violent rape fantasies, last year with a teen girl he knew to be underage. He is likely to get 21 to 27 months behind bars at sentencing in September and he must register as a sex offender.

According to Radar Online, Jay-Z has hired an around-the-clock, live-in nurse and a team of doctors to care for Beyonce until the babies are born. It seems that Bey’s pregnancy is high-risk and the family wants to take precautions to ensure a smooth birth.

Actress/singer Keke Palmer cut her hair and social media has gone crazy.


Black-ish is coming back for Season 3!!!

Black-ish, the award-winning comedy on ABC, starring Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, is coming back for a third season and fans of the show can't wait.

Great things will be happening this season.

We can tell that in the season premiere, we'll see Dre (Anthony Anderson), Rainbow (Tracee Ellis Ross), and the rest of the family headed to Disney World in the premiere episode, "VIP." Jim Rash guest stars as Cody, the VIP tour guide that Dre hires to make the vacation as magical as possible. Season three will also feature Hamilton star Daveed Diggs, who plays Rainbow's brother, Johan, in a recurring role.

Black-ish also stars Laurence Fishburne, Yara Shahidi, Marcus Scribner, Miles Brown, Marsai Martin, Jenifer Lewis, and Peter Mackenzie.

Black-ish-Season-3-Promotional-Poster-Photo-Credit-ABC-768x1024Photo: ABC

Black-ish is up for three Emmys this year, including Outstanding Leading Actor in a Comedy for Anthony Anderson, Oustanding Leading Actress in a Comedy for Tracee Ellis Ross, as well as an Outstanding Comedy Series nod for the show itself.

In case you wondering about the competition, they are: Transparent, Modern Family, Silicon Valley, Master of None, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and last year's winner, Veep, for the big prize.

The Emmys will air live from L.A.'s Microsoft Theater on September 18 at 7 p.m. ET on ABC, and the season premiere of Black-ish hits a television screen near you on Wednesday, September 21 at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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