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Bill O'Reilly Says The #BlackLivesMatter Movement Wants To "Tear Down" America

Back for the Carters again, Bill O'Reilly is accusing the entire Black Lives Matter of spreading anarchy throughout the United States.

First, Fox News anchors attributed the melee in Ferguson to Jay Z and Beyonce funding bail for protesters. Back for the Carters again, another Fox News anchor is accusing the superstar couple and the entire #BlackLivesMatter movement of spreading anarchy throughout the United States.

Fox's Bill O'Reilly expressed his views on The O'Reilly Factor. He said, "I don't know whether this crew, #BlackLivesMatter, have a contingency other than the radical left, the fringe nuts that run around the country saying crazy things."

READ: Fox News Slams Jay Z And Beyonce’s #BlackLivesMatter Support… Because Fox News

The death of Trayvon Martin in 2012 started a conversation about the value of black lives in the country. The #BlackLivesMatter movement swept the nation, ringing in those who found fault in the nation's social and political systems. Activists and social justice groups hopped on board, lead by several organizations. And supporters like international financier George Soros and The Carters donated millions to help the cause. Along with the wave of support came criticism, like that of The O'Reilly Factor host.

O'Reilly doubts the legitimacy of the movement. He called all involved, "agitators who are organized to disrupt” and want to “tear down the country.” He questions why Jay Z and Beyonce are a part of it, and invited them to his show to explain.

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The latest segment of The O'Reilly Factor is a slice of the opposition #BlackLivesMatter have faced from Fox News. Anchor Geraldo Rivera went after hip-hop and Kendrick Lamar’s performance of “Alright” at the BET Awards. O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly reprimanded Baltimore City State Attorney Marilyn Mosby–who charged police for Freddie Gray's death–for attending a rally held by Prince. Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Steve Doocy, and Brian Kilmeade of Fox & Friends criticized Jay Z and Beyonce when they first financially supported the movement. We can just hear the Queen Bey telling Hov now, "Baby I swear it's deja vu."

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Tory Lanez Sued For Alleged Attack In Miami Nightclub

Tory Lanez is facing legal trouble over an alleged altercation that went down inside Miami’s LIV nightclub last year. Christopher “Prince” Harty, an up-and-coming artist and Miami promoter who appeared on Love & Hip-Hop: Miami claims that Lanez attacked him last November.

The onetime reality star alleges that Lanez, along with his entourage and security team, punched and attacked him in the nightclub. According to reports, Prince claims to have suffered blunt force trauma to his head, neck, and chest, in addition to contusions, bruises and anxiety, as a result of the incident. He is suing for unspecified damages.

“They backed me into a corner, and once I was there, they started stomping on me, jumping me,” he recalled to NBC Miami.

He believes that the friction stemmed from an Instagram post about music. “They felt that I was insinuating that they stole the record from me, and I was just like, no, I would never do that, that was never my intention. I had no issue with him at all.”

A portion of the incident was captured on cellphone video. Prince stated that he knew Lanez prior to the run-in, and helped get him into clubs before.

His attorney, Marwan Porter of Porter Law Firm, called the violent incident “a chronic problem” with Lanez who is accused of shooting Megan Thee Stallion in July. The 28-year-old recording artist has yet to publicly address either incident.

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Cardi B Opens Up About Filing For Divorce From Offset

Cardi B took to Instagram Live on Friday (Sept. 18) to air out a few things about filing for divorce from Offset.

The Bronx rapper made it clear that she didn’t file for divorce as a publicity stunt to promote her upcoming album. “I’m not doing it for clout and on top of that I don’t need stunts to sell music,” she said. “I’m not [trying to] brag but don’t ever say I’m doing anything for clout. My first album is three-times platinum and I didn’t need no stunts to do that. My [“Wap”] single is no. 1 worldwide why would I need stunts to sell music? I don’t need stunts — [especially] when it comes to family — to sell anything, so don’t play yourself.”

As for the reason for the divorce filing, the estranged couple simply grew apart. “Nothing crazy out of this world happened, sometimes people really do grow apart. I been with this man for four years. I have a kid with this man, I have a household with this man…sometimes you’re just tired of the arguments and the build up. You get tired sometimes and before something happens, you leave.”

“I just wanna' be a free bird,” Cardi said after questioning whether people secretly want infidelity to be the reason for the split.

“I am the f**king clout,” she added. “I never needed anything. I never needed no stunts to sell sh*t.Why would I need anything to sell my next album?”

Speaking of the new album, Cardi has been indecisive about choosing her next single because “WAP” did so well. “That means that my second single has to be even better.”

Towards the end of her venting session, Cardi reiterated that she’s focusing on her work, and revealed that she's starting new business for her daughter Kulture.

 

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Barack Obama Announces Release Date For ‘A Promised Land’ Memoir

Following the mega-success of his wife’s Becoming release, Barack Obama is poised to debut his own memoir, A Promised Land, this fall. The former president made the literary announcement on Twitter on Thursday (Sept. 17).

“There’s no feeling like finishing a book and I’m proud of this one,” Obama tweeted while explaining that he tries to give an “honest account” of his presidency in the book. The release will also touch on “the forces we grapple with as a nation, and how we can heal our division and make democracy work for everybody.”

There’s no feeling like finishing a book, and I’m proud of this one. In 'A Promised Land,' I try to provide an honest accounting of my presidency, the forces we grapple with as a nation, and how we can heal our divisions and make democracy work for everybody. pic.twitter.com/T1QSZVDvOm

— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) September 17, 2020

The highly anticipated and introspective release takes readers on a “compelling journey” and details Obama’s “improbable odyssey from a young man searching for his identity to leader of the free world.” Included in the memoir are striking personal details about his political education, as well as landmark moments from his first term presidency.

The Obamas secured the reported $60 million book deals around a year after ending their tenure in the White House. Michelle Obama’s book became the best-selling memoir in history.

A Promised Land is currently available for pre-order at Obamabook.com. The memoir will be released on Nov. 17.

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