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The Oscars Weren’t Just About Will Smith

Jay z and Beyonce walked the red carpet across a picket line

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It’s always good to have people in your corner if you’re fortunate. The comedian Monique recently received a long overdue apology from director Lee Daniels. Turns out a friend of Monique’s was praising her up all over the place and finally in 2022, thirteen years after starring and winning an…




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