(Video) Lil Kim Gives An Update On Her Upcoming Projects

After her performance at a club in upstate NY recently, the Queen Bee talked to 754 Media about the projects she has in the works. Kimmy discussed her upcoming book, a mini-movie and who she’s working with on her new album. Get the details below! Marisa Mendez

NBA: Shaq Claims Kobe Bryant’s Sexual Assault Case ‘Destroyed Lakers’ in New Book ‎

Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl Uh-Oh, It’s getting crazy! Shaq has a new tell all book coming out: Shaq Uncut: My Story. Jackie MacMullan did the writing and it comes out Nov. 15.  This will def be something that I want to read!

‘Brady Bunch’ Star Florence Henderson Reveals Embarrassing STD And ‘Brady Bunch’ Secrets in New Book

In “Life Is Not a Stage,” ‘Brady Bunch’ star Florence Henderson, 77, writes about her hardscrabble upbringing, her failed first marriage, affairs, (including a one night stand with a prominent politician that resulted in a humiliating case of crabs) and bouts of depression. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. Funk Flex Find Flex On Google+

@Malice757 Of The Clipse Talks Religion, Being An Author And Running His Own Company!!

Black Enterprise sat down with Malice of the Clipse who nowadays goes by his government, Gene Elliott Thornton, and is focused more on finding God and being an entrepreneur with his new book. Hit the jump to read the interview. @WiL

SMH!! Actress Ashley Judd Calls Hip-Hop “Rape Culture”

“As far as I’m concerned, most rap and hip-hop music — with it’s rape culture and insanely abusive lyrics and depictions of girls and women as ‘ho’s’ — is the contemporary soundtrack of misogyny,” Ashley writes in her upcoming memoir, seen on RadarOnline.com. Is this woman serious?? Is it because she is an abuse victim that she can just say these things? She names Snoop and Diddy in the book…..and how stereotypical, as any person that really has no knowledge of the genre can rattle those two names off and make a judgement based on a few videos they’ve seen of Sean and Calvin doing what they do best. But this same woman also points fingers at her own family, calling them out in the book as well. I believe she has some serious issues, and who is she to generalize hip-hop as a negative culture? If you don’t know about it, don’t speak on it. It’s America as a whole that is responsible for any of the pitfalls of our society. And if you believe otherwise…maybe you should turn down that Lil Wayne you’re inevitably bopping to on the Top 40 pop station and get yourself some culture. @MarisaMendez

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