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While many fans eagerly await Spike Lee’s upcoming film, Chi-Raq, Chicago rapper/politician Rhymefest says he’s unhappy with project.

While at the Soul Train Awards where he was nominated for co-writing the Oscar-winning Selma song “Glory”, Rhymefest talked to HipHollywood about the differences between his uplifting song and what he feels is an exploration by Spike Lee with Chi-Raq. “I’m very anti what Spike Lee is doing with the “Chi-Raq” film,” the music writer told HH. “I think he exploited our community by doing that. He exploited poor people. And “Glory” is a song that helped promote change in a positive way and not in a satirical way, laughing at the crisis of what we go through as a people.”

Do you agree with Rhymefest or do you think he’s miss understanding Spike Lee’s vision?

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  1. sunni_daze

    November 10, 2015 at 10:34 AM

    Spike can’t be making Chicago look any worse than it already does. They have hadnled that in spades,

  2. Jade

    November 15, 2015 at 2:47 PM

    Is he crazy, Spike is “doing the right thing” a light needs to shed on what’s going on. Does this man live in that war zone?

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Exclusive: Niecy Nash, Olivia Munn, Jason George Proud Of Black Female Voters In Alabama



Black women in America should be very, very proud!

On Tuesday night, the voting numbers from Alabama’s senate election came flying in and it was made immediately clear, that the record holding election could not have happened without the Black female vote.

Helping push democrat, Doug Jones, to victory over republican, Roy Moore, was that of Black voters residing in the southern state. According to the numbers, 92% of Black men and 97% of Black women voted for Jones.

“Black women in Alabama changed the whole game. At the end of the day, the Black vote is changing the game,” Jason George told HipHollywood on Wednesday morning during the SAG Awards announcements ceremony. “People are waking up. People aren’t just taking it anymore, they are realizing their voice do actually make a difference.”

Olivia Munn and Niecy Nash, who announced the SAG nominees, were also thankful and proud of the numbers. “Thank you to all the voters who came out to vote,” Muss said. “It just really shows the power you have if you just show up.”

Tracee Ellis Ross, who’s show Black-ish was nominated or an ensemble cast, even wrote on Instagram: “THIS ~ this is just one example of the strength and power of black women and men. this is what we mean when we say every vote matters.”

She added, “This is what is possible when you stand up and make your voice heard. THANK YOU ALABAMA FOR THIS. now let’s all get ready and mobilized for midterms.”

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