Monthly Archives: November 2015

Ice-T & Coco welcome baby girl Chanel who has Twitter account

Ice-T and Coco welcome newborn daughter Chanel. Mass Appeal Wire Reports LOS ANGELES — Rap veteran Ice-T, 57, and wife Nicole “Coco” Austin, 36, are proud parents of a bouncy baby girl. The couple made the surprise announcement Saturday (Nov. 28) on Twitter. Her name is Chanel Nicole. Still no word on if she’ll receive a beverage moniker like her ...

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‘Newlywed Game’ host Sherri Shepherd declared responsible for surrogate baby

Sherri Shepherd responsible for surrogate baby. Mass Appeal Wire Reports PHILADELPHIA — An appeals court in Pennsylvania declared “Newlywed Game” host Sherri Shepherd legally responsible for her surrogate baby which means she’ll continue to pay child support. Sherri, who also co-hosted “The View,” has battled efforts to be named the baby boy’s mother ever since her marriage collapsed in May ...

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The Fresh Prince of DC? Actor Will Smith thinking about running for office

Actor Will Smith considers politics. Mass Appeal Wire Reports LOS ANGELES — President Will Smith and First Lady Jada Pinkett? Sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But it may happen… soon. The Oscar-nominated actor revealed his intentions to get into politics on Wednesday during his first ever podcast interview. “As I look at the political landscape, I think there might be a future ...

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Illini White Student Union created to combat Black Lives Matter Movement

White Student Union raising havoc on Illini campus. Mass Appeal Wire Reports CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — White Lives Matter? After black students rallied to stage a revolution last week, an anonymous Facebook page titled Illini White Student Union was concocted — calling for the immediate policing of African-American students on campus who they believe are behaving as terrorists. The Facebook page ...

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President Bill Clinton visits Kansas University to discuss racism & hate

Bill Clinton talks bigotry at KU. Mass Appeal Wire Reports LAWRENCE, Kan. — President Bill Clinton paid a visit to Kansas University on Monday to accept the 2015 Dole Leadership Prize, named after former Republican Kansas Senator Bob Dole. Clinton and Dole, if you recall, ran against each other for U.S. presidency in 1996. Now they’re good friends. Dole, 92, ...

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