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Nicki Minaj has scored a big legal victory after a lawsuit filed against her by her a former stylist was thrown out of court.  Earlier this year, Terrance Davidson accused Minaj of stealing his multi-colored wig designs.

Jay-Z and Beyonce are reportedly working on a new album together.  The pair ended their tour in Paris over the weekend and paid tribute to each other in front of 81,000 fans.

Kanye is set to start recording with Lorde.  The collaboration seems like an obvious move for Lorde, who has done numerous covers of Kanye's biggest hits.

Will i. AM has launched his debut eyewear collection with Australian designer George Gorrow.

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"THE KU KLUX KLAN & SATANISTS SHARE SECRET MEETING SPOT"

Clinton Road in Passaic County, NJ is considered the creepiest and scariest place in the U.S.

A gray wolf with red eyes will stalk you from the bushes.

Satan worshippers will hang up their bloody clothes to dry, right next to the mutilated animals.

The ruins of a castle resides in the woods.

If you find yourself in the wrong section of the woods, expect to be chased out by Satanists or the Ku Klux Klan.

Weird animals, speculated to be survivors and interbred specimens from the abandoned nearby zoo, also occupy the woods.

The nearby dirt road includes a dangerous curve that has been the demise of many an unwary driver.

Phantom pickup trucks will gladly chase you from the road.

Weird lights flying in the sky will draw you attention upward, away from the blood stains on the pavement. This road is not a joke. Regardless of your stance on the paranormal, it is confirmed fact that many dangerous groups gather here for less-than-savory activities. And they do not like to be disturbed.

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"RACISM TRIGGERED HEART ATTACK"

by: Jamaicaobserver.com

A black Jamaican man, who is married to a white Danish woman and lives in Orlando, Florida says his experience with racism in America gave him a heart attack.

André Brown spoke candidly with the Jamaica Observer about the ordeal he faced and still faces because of his marriage to a white woman.

Brown, his wife Rita and their three daughters are one of a few black families who live in the mostly white community of Windermere in Orlando. The family has learnt to live with racial taunts and acts of racial hate that dates back to the days of Jim Crow and segregation.

Brown said he has woken up to find the racial epitaphs 'Nigger' and 'Nigger-Lover' spray painted on his driveway and dead, decapitated animals on his lawn.

"We have had our home racially vandalised. Think of the effect. You wake up one morning, you go outside, you see decapitated animals, you see garbage strewn across your lawn, you see 'nigger' and 'nigger-lover' being spray painted on your home and on your driveway, your cars are painted, your cars are vandalised," Brown said.

The racial attack on the Brown family were occurring too often for his liking and the stress and uncertainty of not knowing who the perpetrators were, or what they might do next became too much to bear, and after about six months of the abuse, his heart gave way.

"The scariest part is, you don't know who did it and what's next. In fact, coming out of that situation, six months later I had a heart attack because the stress level was just too much. There were nights when I literally was sleeping on my roof with a weapon. Waiting, watching," he said.

Brown, who is a tennis coach, eventually recovered from his brush with death, but said he still faces racial hatred in the Southern state on an almost daily basis.

"Racism is very much alive in America. You have people who drive their trucks on to my lawn and do doughnuts (drive in circles) before driving off," Brown said.

He told of incidents in public when white men would try to accost him, thinking he was coming on to the white woman next to him, his own wife.

Blacks in the US have said for decades that there are many white men in America who take great offence when a black man has any sort of relations with a white woman. Brown, says that deep seated resentment is still alive and well today.

Brown's 19-year-old daughter Simone, has faced her fair share of racism, being born to a white mother and black father. The rising tennis star said she was rudely awakened to the fact that she was not half black, half white at a tender age as she came to realise that she is just seen as black by racists in the land of her birth.

"The first time I was called a nigger was when I was 10. I was playing against a 12-year-old in a local tennis tournament and I was beating this girl, when her mother started calling me little nigger girl," Simone Brown said.

"The good thing is she won the match," her father added.

Brown said he has tried to desensitise his children to the racism that surrounds them by using the word 'nigger' to them as reverse psychology in a move that may be seen as controversial.

"If I call her (Simone) 'nigger' and she knows I love her, when they call her 'nigger' she will think they love her too," he said.

But the experience of dealing with racism on a daily basis seems to have strengthened Michelle Brown who says the attempts by bigots to ruffle her feathers has really made her stronger.

"As I grew older I found out that it is the bullies who are insecure, those people don't matter," she said confidently.

But it is not just white people who have directed hatred at the Browns, many black people also frown on their mixed marriage.

The tennis ace said even in his own family he was faced with consternation when he announced that he was going to marry a white woman.

"African-American women resent it when a black man gets married to a white woman. Even my own mother," he confessed.

His mother, communications expert, Doreen Brown, was present during the interview and confirmed that she was very concerned when it was revealed that her son was about to exchange nuptials with a Caucasian woman.

However, she said those feelings of apprehension have long faded as Brown's wife has proven herself to be "a wonderful human being who = doesn't see people through color".

"She has proven to be a wonderful mother and there are no more undercurrents in my family," Brown said, stating that he had found the Dutch "more liberal when it comes to colour."

"People don't realise that Florida is the South," he told the Sunday Observer, pointing to the history of violent treatment of Blacks in that part of the US.

The Browns live about 30 miles from the town of Rosewood, where dozens of black people were lynched, burned and shot to death in January 1923 after a white woman, Fannie Taylor, falsely accused a black man of brutally raping her. In fact, she was beaten by her white lover — who her black housekeeper's granddaughter and other blacks in the community witnessed leaving her house on the day in question.

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"SLAVE HAUNTINGS" (3 TRUE PARANORMAL STORIES)

Zephaniah Kingsley had a reputation for being quite a decent guy as far as slave owners go. Once his slaves had completed their assigned work for the day, they were free to do whatever they liked, such as fishing or gardening. If they produced and sold anything, they kept the profits. Kingsley married a slave named Ana in an African cemetery (in addition to two other wives) and she went on to become quite wealthy in her own right. He even learnt an African language.

The real villain on that plantation in Jacksonville, Florida was another slave, who raped and murdered the slave women. His fellow captives hanged him from an oak tree, and his ghost is said to still stalk the place. Locals call him Old Red Eyes, because that’s what most people see of him, down the nearby road. The glowing orbs appear just behind your car, and the sounds of his victims follow them along the roadside.

The spirit of a young slave boy resides at 126 Wentworth Street in Charleston, South Carolina. The place is a bed and breakfast today, but when it was a private home, its third floor housed a slave couple and their young son George. All reports suggest his life wasn’t too bad, considering the circumstances. He spent his days running errands, tending the stables, and playing by the river. He was happy. Yet it wasn’t to last. The owner fell on hard times and George’s parents were sold, without George.

Some stories say George had heard his parents were on a ship, and he drowned in Charleston harbor trying to reach them. The most accepted story is that he ran away but was caught, and when the owner collected George. the young slave boy was threatened with a bullwhip.Whenever George finally died, guests that claim to have experienced his spirit suggest he still has a child’s mischievous nature. He’s a poltergeist—he opens and closes doors, switches on and off electronics, and rocks chairs. He’s also been known to shake people’s beds while they sleep. It’s not uncommon to hear staff yell “stop it, George!” at various parts of the house. Apparently, he sometimes obeys.

The story of Igbo Landing (also spelt Ebo or Ibo) is a powerful one. The Igbo were a tribe from what is today Nigeria, renowned for their particularly strong resistance to slavery. The act of defiance that gave Ebo Landing its name has been memorialized in everything from TV to a Nobel Prize winning novel, Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon.After being captured in Africa, a group of Ebo tribespeople were shipped to Savannah and sold to plantation owners including Congressman Thomas Spalding. The newly bought slaves went next to Dunbar Creek on St. Simon’s Island.

When they were brought to land, the Ebo chief declared, “The water brought us, the water will take us away!” He then walked into the creek, with at least 10 others following. The slavers yelled at the slaves to stop, and threatened them with guns, but the Africans had already decided that death was a better option than a life of servitude. They walked into the water and didn’t come back out.

Today, people report that on quiet and foggy nights you can still hear the rattling of chains and the chant, “the water brought us, the water will take us away.” One woman even claims to have seen the ghosts of the dead men, chained together, barefoot, and in rags. Some fishermen avoid the creek so as not to disturb the ghosts.In 2002, a number of Ebo tribesmen traveled from Nigeria to bless the ground. The leader of the congregation said he had come “to evoke their spirits, to take them back to Igboland.” Two centuries later, perhaps the water finally took them away.

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