Nene Leakes Joins ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’

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Can you believe ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ grossed $200 million in it’s first year?

The #RHOA star joins the likes of Andre Leon Talley among others on the highly addictive mobile game.

“Look who joined Kim Kardashian Hollywood,” Kardashian West shared on Instagram on Saturday. “None other than @NeNeLeakes.”

Nene shared her excitement on Instagram saying, “LET THE GAMES BEGIN!”

How was your experience playing this game?

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#nowplaying Tiffany Evans & Fetty Wap – ‘On Sight’

Summer cruising jam on fleek!

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27 Gay Black Couples Proving that #LoveWins, B***h!

For every scripture that condemns who and how you you love there’s another one on Instagram that says otherwise. Love knows no boundaries.

Get into these pairings via @BombGayCouples showing you that love does conquer.

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FIRST LOOK: Caitlyn Jenner’s Docu-Series ‘I Am Cait’

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“Why did I decide to do a series?” Caitlyn Jenner says, shown in several never-before-seen outfits. “I am telling my story.”

“People don’t looking into the mirror and nothing seems right.”

Kris Jenner tells Extra, “I think that someone following their dream is truly inspirational to a lot of people. You have to do what makes you happy.”

E! will debut the 8-episode docuseries ‘I Am Cait‘ on July 26. Until then, press play and gag.

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NEEDED: Gay Couples to be Featured in Marriage Equality Music Video

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Phylle Carter was last seen here for having “The Gayest Most Cutest R&B Video EVER!” (you’re doing yourself an injustice if you still haven’t seen it). Now it’s time for his next visual and Phylle needs your help.

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Smokie Norful vs Black Twitter: Did He Just Bash Gay Marriage?

‘I Need You Now’ and ‘Nobody Greater’ gospel superstar Smokie Norful made his debut on black Twitter today after the community alleged his tweet, “It is a sad and alarming day in America” was posted shortly after the Supreme Court ruled that The Constitution does not define marriage between only a man and a woman.

What exactly did they say? Ch… hold on to your wig!

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GAY MARRIAGE IS LEGAL NATIONWIDE! But, Wait…

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Just in time for gay pride in New York City! Stonewall Inn gonna be jumpin’ all weekend!

But, now that the highest federal court has decided same-sex marriage is legal, how long will it take for the states to implement it into law?

via New York Times:

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote the majority opinion in the 5 to 4
decision. He was joined by the court’s four more liberal justices.
The decision, the culmination of decades of litigation and activism,
came against the backdrop of fast-moving changes in public opinion,
with polls indicating that most Americans now approve of same-sex
marriage.

As in earlier civil rights cases, the Supreme Court had moved
cautiously and methodically, laying careful judicial groundwork for a
transformative decision.

As late as October, the justices ducked the issue, refusing to hear
appeals from rulings allowing same-sex marriage in five states. That
decision delivered a tacit victory for gay rights, immediately
expanding the number of states with same-sex marriage to 24, along
with the District of Columbia, up from 19.

Largely as a consequence of the Supreme Court’s decision not to act,
the number of states allowing same-sex marriage has since grown to 36,
and more than 70 percent of Americans live in places where gay couples
can marry.

Read More: Same-Sex Marriage Is a Right, Supreme Court Rules, 5-4

Texas and Alabama have already stated they would not be honoring the ruling if this was the outcome, Alabama vowing to end marriage for all people in the state just to be shady. Watch Matt Baume with the American Foundation for Equal Rights explain the shenanigans in a recent episode of ‘Marriage News Watch‘.


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How long will it take the remaining 15 states to implement the court ruling?

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