Shabree Rawls, the therapist who was fired from her job after urging Black men to seek therapy on TikTok, is finally speaking out about the backlash she received after her controversial post went viral in August. The post Therapist Fired For TikTok Video Defends Her Comments On Black Men Needing Therapy appeared first on NewsOne.
Today people will do or say anything to bring attention to whatever they’re promoting, but a TikToker might’ve went over the line in his attempt to get more people to listen to his new song. According to Blavity, TikToker Duane Cali had the bright idea of claiming that he was infected with the Mokeypox virus […] The post TikToker Duane Cali Admits He Faked Having Mokeypox To Promote His Music appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.
Some users say TikTok's new boyfriend-haul trend is rife with racism and hurtful commentary that can be compared to slavery. The post TikTok’s Boyfriend Haul Trend Draws Criticism For Making Slave Auction References appeared first on NewsOne.
Therapist Shabree Rawls says she was fired after negative attention from a Tiktok video pleading with Black men to seek therapy. The post Social Media Reacts To Firing Of Therapist On TikTok Who Urged Black Men To Seek Therapy appeared first on NewsOne.
In the year 2000, Kurt Carr and the Kurt Carr Singers released the album "Awesome Wonder" and who would have thought one of the tracks would go viral 22 years later.
If you don't have Tik Tok in your phone by Sunday, you may never get a chance to download the popular app.
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