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Eric Bellinger shares video for “Organic”

Eric Bellinger shares video for “Organic”

Eric Bellinger shares video for “Organic”

Eric Bellinger shares video for “Organic”

In the last few weeks, Eric Bellinger has been consistently releasing songs from an upcoming project, including  “Isolation,” “One Thing Missing,” “SOLO’N” “FLOTUS.” and “GODLY.” Now, he released the video for his song “Organic.” These songs are a part of his project titled Eric B For President: Term 3. This song revolves around the way in which love should be both effortless as well as organic. Recently, Eric Bellinger contributed to T.I.’s new album The L.I.B.R.A., with the song titled “How I Feel” with Killer Mike and production from David Banner and Forest Factory. 

Watch Eric Bellinger’s newest music video for “Organic” down below!

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Beyoncé announces second Ivy Park collection drop

Beyoncé announces second Ivy Park collection drop

Beyoncé announces second Ivy Park collection drop

Beyoncé announces second Ivy Park collection drop

Following her official debut, Beyoncé is all set to release her second Ivy Park x Adidas collection later this month. On Monday, she announced the news along with the date of release. It was in January that the pre-launch of the line witnessed selling out of several items. In the debut collection, the artist launched orange, burgundy and off-white pieces including track pants, jackets, hoodies, dresses, sneakers, bras, bodysuits, cycling shorts, fanny packs and more. To celebrate the first Ivy Park launch, Bey sent several gift boxes comprised of the gear to many friends, including Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion.

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Smithsonian honors Kobe with display of his 2008 NBA Finals jersey

Smithsonian honors Kobe with display of his 2008 NBA Finals jersey

Smithsonian honors Kobe with display of his 2008 NBA Finals jersey

Smithsonian honors Kobe with display of his 2008 NBA Finals jersey

During several occasions his year, the life of Kobe Bryant was honored after his untimely death during the beginning of the year. Recently, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture announced that it will display the basketball legend’s jersey from the 2008 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics. This news was revealed by the museum on Twitter coupled with a heartfelt tribute to the NBA star. The jersey was gifted by Bryant to the museum in December 2017, as he was a donor there. The Twitter post spoke about his five NBA championships, two NBA Finals MVP awards and one league MVP award, as well as his bond with the museum. 

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NASCAR reinstates Kyle Larson after he said N-word during online game

NASCAR reinstates Kyle Larson after he said N-word during online game

NASCAR reinstates Kyle Larson after he said N-word during online game

NASCAR reinstates Kyle Larson after he said N-word during online game

Kyle Larson was recently suspended after he uttered the N-word during an iRacing event. He was recently cleared to return to the track. It was on Monday that he was reinstated by NASCAR officials, who stated that fulfilled their requirements. “Kyle Larson has fulfilled the requirements set by NASCAR, and has taken several voluntary measures, to better educate himself so that he can use his platform to help bridge the divide in our country.” Starting January 1, 2021, he will be permitted to return to all NASCAR racing activities. It was during an online racing game held in April that Larson used the offensive racial slur, leading to his indefinite barring from NASCAR and firing from Chip Ganassi Racing.

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Teacher tells students she has a right to “dislike Blacks” during Zoom class

Teacher tells students she has a right to “dislike Blacks” during Zoom class

Teacher tells students she has a right to “dislike Blacks” during Zoom class

Teacher tells students she has a right to “dislike Blacks” during Zoom class

After stating that she has as much right as anyone else to hate Black people in a Zoom lecture to her students, a Florida teacher is now under investigation. The lecture was recorded and put up on Twitter, wherein Tracey Brown could be seen criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and also speaking condemning students for supporting it, when they were engaged in a debate about social justice.

“You’re implying that Black lives are more important than anyone else and I have a problem with that,” Brown had said. Brown has been removed from her classroom and she will not work with her students until after the investigation.

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