Black History Month: African American Bloggers Gossiping and Celebrities

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African American celebrities have been working hard to imprint their music and acting abilities in the world of entertainment since the beginning of being allowed through the backdoor to enter the stage. Nowadays celebrities come through the front door. Beyonce came poised with her poker face towards the stage, booty bouncing and flopping her head of hair during her performance while the haters gloated in their seats and on blogs in cyberspace. Gossip is starting mess and has made its presence known. The lineup of African American in the 83rd annual Academy Awards is growing…African American bloggers are rising in the Alexa ranking fast and furious by serving up the tea.

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  • Pop’s reigning diva Beyonce made history when she earned six Grammy’s on Sunday, more than any woman on a single night of the 52-year-old awards show. Her anthem “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” was song of the year.
  • Gossip is big business and few know that better than MediaTakeOut.com founder Fred Mwangaguhunga. Since launching in 2006, MediaTakeOut.com has become the leading urban gossip site and ranks in the top 400 of all U.S. sites, according to Alexa.com. Outranking better branded sites such as BlackVoices.com, Essence.com and BET.com, respectively backed by media conglomerates AOL, Time-Warner and Viacom, is a major coup. Mwangaguhunga now boasts as many as 6 million unique users a month.
  • Nominees for the 83rd annual Academy Awards. The Oscar ceremony will take place on March 7 and will be televised by ABC. Best Picture “Precious: Based on the novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”, Actor Morgan Freeman, “Invictus”, Actress Gabourey Sidibe, “Precious: Based on the novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”, Supporting Actress Mo’Nique, “Precious”, Director Lee Daniels, “Precious: Based on the novel ‘Push’ by Sapphire”, and Animated Feature “The Princess and the Frog.” I would love to watch “Precious”, Director Lee Daniels finally receive an award for his many contributions in the entertainment industry. Berry’s win for the critically acclaimed Monster’s Ball made her the first Black female to ever win an honor in the best actress category.
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