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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
more.

 

Third Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show

VIDEO: Scenes from the 3rd Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show

Third Annual Harlem Fine Arts Show from What's The 411TV on Vimeo.

What's The 411 correspondent Barbara Bullard checked into the VIP preview reception for the third annual 2012 Harlem Fine Arts Show, a leading showcase for modern and contemporary African Diasporic art. Held on February 3, at The New York Times Building, the preview reception brought together a diverse group of power brokers, collectors, and art enthusiasts to celebrate the imagination and spirit of the visual arts community.

In this video, we meet Dion Clarke, Founder of the Harlem Fine Arts Show and President of JWD Enterprises; Michelle Lee, Wells Fargo, Regional President for the Northeast; artist Sir Shadow; Cathy Shannon of ENS Gallery Kentucky; artist T. Ellis; Donna Mussenden-Van Der Zee wife of famed photographer Van Der Zee; Andrew Mitchell Co-Founder, Harlem Fine Arts Show; Rachel Cheeks Gabban, Director of Global Diversity, Pepsico; and Charlane Brown Wyans, Professor at Berkeley College and St. Johns University.

A two-day exhibition of more than 100 emerging and established multicultural artists followed on February 11 and 12 at the historic Riverside Church of New York City.

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