Woman's Edges Tells Tale of Abuse, Neglect

(Jacksonville, Florida) A Florida woman's edges are in protective custody after saying they suffered years of abuse at the hands of their owner.

Dasani Flowers, 40, is being charged with not properly caring for her edges in a cycle of abuse they say went on for more than 20 years.

National Weather Service Issues Winter Weather Advisory for Side B*tches and Jumpoffs

With record low temperatures this season, The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Winter Weather Advisory for Side Bitches and Jumpoffs saying they'll need to find their own man to help keep warm.

Teen Sentenced to 10 Years For Stepping on Crack And Breaking Mother's Back

The judge called it "complete and utter disregard for the safety of one's mother" as he sentenced 17 year old Hil'Larious Brown to 10 Years in prison for stepping on a side walk crack and subsequently breaking his mother's back.

Supreme Court Rules No Fats No Fems Ban Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court made a ruling today that some say will help stop discrimination within the gay community by striking down the Defense of Masculinty and Muscle Act, also know as the No Fats No Fems Law.

The long standing rule within the LGBT community defines gay relations as "a union or sexual encounter between two non effeminate muscluar or other wise physically fit gay males."

The law has always caused polorizing opinions within the gay community with strong opinions rising from both sides.

Leyomi Breaks Dipping World Record After Doing Death Drop From Space

Dramatic Vogue Legend Leyomi is known for her gravity defying stunts and this time she out did her self. She's going where no ballroom participant has gone before without the aid of a pill or a line.

Hovering 230 miles above the Earth from a NASA Space Station Leyomi attempted something that has never been done before. Dipping from space.

To prepare the ballroom superstar spent weeks in Florida at an astronaut training camp where she was subjected to zero gravity simulations and getting comfortable in a space suit.

Woman on Maury Disputes Maternity of 3 Kids

Frebreeze Nelson, 25 is disputing the maternity of 3 children on the popular talk show Maury.

Frebreeze was requested to appear on the show after the children's father JerPrince Watts phoned the show.

JePrince says he puts the pipe down, so Frebreeze might be "numb down there" and maybe she couldn't feel the babies coming out, but those were her kids and he wanted answers today.

Flaming Gay Sets Building on Fire With His Presence

Firefighters are still putting out the last of the flames at a residence in Atlanta, Georgia after a local gay man set it ablaze just by walking in.

"Its rare we get these type of calls," firefigher Wallace Murphy told us. "Atlanta is full of flames, big ones, but they usually stay self contained. However, once in awhile you'll get that one that gets out of control and starts causing physical and structural damage in addition to just gagging the girls"

Terminally Ill Boy Dies After Picture of Him Doesn't Get Enough Likes on Facebook

An Arkansas family is reeling after their sick son Johnny Lewis, died of not getting enough likes on his facebook picture.

Man Arrested For Wishing A Nigga Would

A Texas man was arrested early Saturday afternoon in a shopping mall parking lot after the sherriff's office got a call that he was wishing a nigga would.

Authorities say around 1:30 pm DeJonTrey Williams pulled his newly purchased 88 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme into the parking lot after just having the car washed and wax with what should have been gas money. Herbet Henry, driving a 2014 BMW, came close to hitting the rusted back of the Cutlass and thats when police say things got out of hand.

Anthony Anderson, Jennifer Hudson to Star in Disney Remake of '90's Film Bebe's Kids

Disney announced on Friday its plans to remake the popular 1992 Robin Harris film 'Bebe's Kid's' to kick off its new series of Heritage Films geared at the African American community.

"After the sucess of the Princess and the Frog, we knew there was an untapped market that needed to be addressed." Susan Miller head of the Muliticulture Department said. "We knew for our new Heritage series we wanted to tell the stories African Americans could recognize and form an emotional connection to."