TV junkies who only know Donald Glover from Community were in for a big surprise at Sunday’s Grammy Awards. The Atlanta star — under his stage name, Childish Gambino — took the stage for a jaw-dropping performance of “Terrified,” a soulful jam off his album Awaken, My Love!. Watch footage of his performance below: #ChildishGambino #Terrified #Grammys #DonaldGlover pic.twitter.com/7DM2hb3rPJ…
Claudia Jordan, the newest edition to the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” had her car had been broken into some of her prized possessions stolen from inside.
“Wow….they stole my laptop. Devastated. $$$ Reward for whoever returns it- no questions asked and no charges will be pressed. I just need my computer for work. Police said my car was the 3rd car in 40 minutes,” Jordan captioned a pic showing shattered glass covering the car’s interior.
Jordan’s fans came to her support with her Instagram followers providing tips on how she should go about helping the police with the investigation and offering their well-wishes for the recovery of her computer.
Many foundations and scholarships avoid the troubled and disenchanted youth.
Those, however, are just the type of young men that former Chicago Cubs player C.J. Stewart went looking for.
The former Major League Baseball star C.J. Stewart successful leveraged the lessons he was imbued with to make to the professional ranks and used them to initiate a metamorphosis in the lives of troubled Atlanta youth.
L.E.A.D. Atlanta hosted their annual “SIGNING DAY” event this past week, a celebration of local Atlanta Public School students who have risen above very adverse circumstances, and the community volunteers who support them. L.E.A.D. does life changing work with APS students… they have a 100 percent graduation rate and 100 percent college enrollment rate for their program participants and 92% collegiate scholarship rate
Their founder, CJ Stewart is a former MLB player, who is using baseball as a tool to reach these youth and then…
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Now this would explain why Phaedra couldn’t tell us what Apollo did for a living.
In the wise words of Kevin Hart: “it’s about to go down” on part two of the “R&B Divas: Atlanta” reunion special. After a long and tumultuous season, the girls have finally pumped their breaks and made peace long enough to sit through another hour of looking into each other’s faces. This time, things took an emotional turn as Syleenabroke down into tears about being bullied on the show and in real life. It was evident that she was disappointed in the way that the singers were being portrayed on national television and wished that the show was more about sharing their gifts with the world rather than sharing their flaws. Her emotional words brought the whole cast to tears, perhaps helping them all to realize the error of their shady ways. Could Syleena’s emotional speech bring all of the ladies back down to earth? Will they ever become…
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