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This black male celebrity is a known pedophile kingpin in the industry but what's surprising:  He's enabled by a powerful Italian and an member of an powerful white band.


Allegedly, he's currently on a quest to find cities where it's legal to have sex with 16-year-old girls and then he plans to establish residence in these cities.


He will only violate black girls because he doesn't want to suffer the backlash and career suicide that comes with violating white girls.



Allegedly, this same black male celebrity has hired barely legal legal prostitutes (or women he sleeps with) to get enema's with his mouth.  He places his mouth on the end of an open tube and he consumes whatever comes out.


Allegedly, he also has to have his nipples slightly nicked with a razor blade to achieve orgasm.




Not too long ago, we mentioned a white actor who had a disdain for Tyrese.


When the two men appeared in a movie, they hated each other on sight.


This same white actor is into some sick, twisted and dark fetishes that can't be repeated on this page.



A number of mainstream music groups and overseas entertainment sites are referring to singer Sam Smith as the new Luther Vandross.  I don't think so.





Dean Johnson was a cross-dressing musician, porn star, party promoter, and was a highly recognizable figure in the downtown New York City nightlife in the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. Known for his towering height, shaved head, giant sunglasses, and penchant for wearing short cocktail dresses that exaggerated the length of his pale, lithe figure, Johnson played a seminal role in the emergence of the Queercore gay rock and roll subculture in the East Village.


Johnson grappled with drug addiction and also was a sex worker. He died at age 46 from an apparent drug overdose while turning a trick in a Washington, D.C. apartment. There is some suspicion around his death, stemming from the fact that the man he was with had been found not guilty of murder in a trial held only a few weeks prior.


He practiced safe sex and was open about being H.I.V. positive, friends said, and clients seemed to flock his way. He told friends of his exploits with, among others, an actor with a penchant for prisoner of war Viet Cong fantasies, a Saudi prince, a dentist and later the dentist’s wife. His fee, friends said, started at $250 an hour, and he chronicled the standout nights online. To his peers’ amazement, he kept an active roster of clients even after he turned 40, and despite the fact, a “he wasn’t exactly everyone’s idea of arm candy.”


Conspiracy theorists say Johnson was murdered and he held a hidden attraction towards black men.


Motive for his death? Dean Johnson was also a sex party promoter for closeted Washington, D.C. political figures. Did he know too much?





by: The Village Voice


Since his death friends and relatives of Dean Johnson have tried to make sense of the strange details surrounding the demise of the six-foot-six, 46-year-old icon of New York gay nightlife.

Washington, D.C., police took Johnson’s body from the apartment of Steven S. Saleh, a disabled former employee of the Commerce Department. Because of a police error, Johnson’s body then lay unclaimed for more than a week in a local morgue. Strangely, Johnson wasn’t the only tall gay New Yorker to die in the apartment that week. Four days earlier, the police had removed another body—that of six-foot-four, 26-year-old Jeremy Conklin—from Saleh’s one-bedroom in the upscale Envoy Towers.

Both deaths appeared to be the result of drug overdoses, and toxicology reports later confirmed it—both men died with large amounts of oxycodone (a powerful painkiller sold as OxyContin) in their bloodstreams. Police have indicated that they didn’t consider either case to be the result of foul play after talking with Saleh; people wondered were forced to digest the drugs?

Johnson wasn’t only a nightlife legend who had started the weekly party Rock and Roll Fag Bar in the late ’80s and led the band, the Velvet Mafia; friends also knew he was proud that he could make a living as a prostitute well into his forties. As Radar reported last month, Saleh was a john willing to turn over about $1,500 for a night of rough sex with Johnson, even though he spent some of his time in a wheelchair because of intense pain associated with fibromyalgia. Conklin, meanwhile, was a young Arizona kid who had been visiting Saleh, and who wound up dead on his living-room floor.

Johnson’s e-mails reveal that Saleh was a particularly needy john, sending him multiple messages a day. On one evening in August, after Saleh had sent several attention-seeking missives, Johnson sent back a curt reply: “I’m going back to bed, so don’t freak when I don’t answer ur emails.” Two days later, after several messages about problems with his pain, Saleh got another short reply: “I’m getting ready for my next client. I can’t answer any more emails today.”


Saleh wanted badly for Johnson to visit him, but money was an issue. He acknowledged that Johnson would rather fly, but asked if he could purchase a train ticket for him instead. Johnson apologized for being “bitchy” in their exchange about the plans, but explained, “[No] one who isn’t freakishly tall can know how discomforting it is not to fit in a world that is too small so i get really sensitive about this particular issue.” Saleh assured him that he’d checked to see that the train seats were large enough for him.


In a statement to police, Saleh acknowledged providing the Rozerem to Johnson. In an affidavit, police report that he also expressed his concern over being perceived as a “gimp black widow” after the two deaths.

Johnson’s autopsy report notes bruises to the buttocks area, including “three linear superficial abrasions,” as well as two superficial lacerations/incisions to the head area, a few centimeters in length. But with so much oxycodone in his system, it’s doubtful that Johnson would have been capable of rough sex (or any sex at all).




by: David Koon


Norman Jones aka Norma Kristie (both pics above) is an gay bar kingpin.


Allegedly, when a competitve gay bar would open up, within 6 months it would burn down.


Norman was never accused of any wrongdoing.


During his senior year in high school, Jones said, he started frequenting a local pool, where he soon found he was obsessed with staring at a handsome male lifeguard. Still without a concept of what it meant to be gay after growing up in a religious family where even mentioning sex was taboo, Jones said the feelings troubled and confused him. But from that moment on, he knew he was different. He had several dalliances with male friends over the next few years, even as he continued to date girls from his family's church.


With the Vietnam War being fought, Jones feared being drafted into the Army, so he joined the Navy and was assigned to work as a dental technician at Bethesda Naval Hospital near Washington, D.C. While Jones had tentatively sampled some of the few gay-friendly bars in Arkansas at the time, it was in D.C. that Jones started experiencing gay life and nightlife that was different from anything he'd ever experienced in the South.

"We had a gay club here in Little Rock in the basement of the Grady Manning [Hotel]," he said. "It was dangerous. You could be stopped on the street, especially if you were going into the bars. We had one here and one in Hot Springs, and you would be jeered at, people would get out of their cars and throw stuff at you. You'd be called 'faggot' and things. When I was in the military, that kind of thing didn't happen in Washington, D.C."

After he got out of the military, Jones returned home to Hot Springs and took a job with the state in the Employment Security Division. But he soon found himself thirsting for the club life he'd known in D.C. Eventually, he found a bar frequented by gay men in Hot Springs, befriending several of the close-knit group of regulars there. He was taken under the wing of a friend named Charles, who performed in drag under the name Tuna Starr.

It was still a very dangerous time to be gay in Arkansas, a fact of which the local community was constantly reminded. Soon after he returned to Hot Springs, Jones said, a new gay-friendly club that opened near the Hot Springs airport was shot up by homophobes while the bar was full of patrons.

"We were sitting there one night, and all the windows were shot out," he said. The shooters "were in Jeeps, and they drove around and around the club and they took shotguns and just shot all the windows out. Fortunately, the windows were way up and the walls were concrete block to the floor. All the glass started coming in on us. We had to wait until it was clear, but when we left, we never came back. It put those people out of business."

In 1970, still being mentored by Tuna Starr, Jones started his drag career, doing performances in Hot Springs. He was eventually approached by the owners of a local bar about entering a pageant to select Miss Gay Arkansas. Though Jones said modern drag has become more like performance art, with wild outfits and makeup that can be as intricate as having a portrait painted on your face, success in drag in his day was largely judged by one thing: How well can you carry off the illusion of being a woman? Always small-framed, it turned out Jones was particularly good at that illusion.

A few months later, the organizers of Miss Gay Arkansas informed Jones — by then performing as "Norma Kristie," with the "Kristie" taken from the name of a model in a Playboy magazine a friend was reading on the way to a pageant in Texas — that the reigning Miss Gay Arkansas would have to step down. They asked Jones if he would assume the title, and he accepted.

In June 1972, Jones, Starr and two friends traveled to Nashville, where Jones was to compete for the title of the first Miss Gay America. With only $400 to make the trip, eat and rent rooms for the multiday event, the group soon ran out of money. They spent the two days leading up to the pageant surviving on crackers and tomato soup made from a bottle of ketchup lifted from the restaurant of their hotel. In his 2014 self-published autobiography, "My Life, My Pageant, My Crown," Jones wrote that he was so sure he wouldn't even come close to winning in Nashville that he didn't prepare for the on-stage interview portion of the pageant, which was open only to finalists. After days of competition, however, the field was whittled down and Jones was the last queen standing, crowned as the first Miss Gay America.

Jones eventually bought shares in and gained an ownership stake of the Miss Gay America pageant, which he would run for the next 30 years.

Visiting clubs as Miss Gay America, Jones got a feel for the idea that opening a club of his own in Hot Springs might not be a bad way to make a living. In 1975, he borrowed $15,000 from a Memphis investor and opened a club called Norma Kristie's on Central Avenue, just across from the Arlington Hotel. It was the first true disco in Hot Springs, and the music and energy of the place soon drew in throngs of customers, gay and straight.

"It became very successful overnight, because it was the only bar left over there for gay people," he said. "Nobody else was playing gay dance club music except for us, so people were lined up on Friday and Saturday night, gay and straight people both, to come in the club. But it was straight people who understood they were coming into a mostly gay facility." Though the clientele of his clubs was predominantly LGBT in the early days, Jones believes the allure of gay dance clubs like Norma Kristie's and Discovery brought straight and LGBT people into close proximity every weekend and greatly promoted gay acceptance into the American mainstream.

Relatively flush from his success in Hot Springs, Jones opened his second club, Discovery, in 1979. The first iteration, called "Discovery 1" by Jones and his longtime employees, was located in a former One-Eyed Jack's restaurant at the corner of Asher and University avenues in Little Rock. Eventually overwhelmed by the headaches of trying to run both Norma Kristie's and Discovery, he closed the Hot Springs club the same year.

As Norma Kristie's had been, Discovery was a hit with Little Rock clubgoers, attracting large, predominantly gay crowds on weekends. Out of room and offered a deal to lease more space, Jones moved Discovery to its current location, a 22,000-square-foot warehouse in Riverdale, in 1982.

Jones said that while problems at Discovery were minimal — tiffs, spats, a few months where local kids stood outside a fence near the club and taunted the patrons until Jones and some "rough customers" from the bar convinced them to go away — regular police harassment was an issue starting out. In his book, Jones writes of being raided while 200 people were in the club, with police forcing patrons up against the wall at gunpoint, demanding I.D.s and taunting his customers with homophobic slurs, which Jones believes was an attempt to evoke a violent response so officers could respond in kind.

In terms of keeping Discovery up and running, an equally daunting problem was just getting service and delivery people through the door of a place they knew catered to gays. "I couldn't get service technicians to come, air conditioning people, they barely wanted to deliver beer to me. I couldn't get things done," Jones said. "Because we were a gay club, people wouldn't deal with us — beer distributors, alcohol distributors ... they didn't want to deliver. They just treated us so differently. If a plumber had to come, we'd get charged double or triple what everybody else was charged, because they didn't want to come here."

By the mid-1980s, Discovery was the biggest club in the state, and served as a haven where gay people from all over could meet and mingle. Then AIDS came to Arkansas.

"It was a devastating time for us," Brown said. "We saw friends of ours who were healthy, vibrant people one week, and two or three weeks later, they were at death's door. They didn't know where to turn for help. They didn't know what to do. [Organizers] were starting all of these AIDS organizations, but it seemed like only certain ones could get help."

Jones remembers the early days of the epidemic as a time of fear. His friends were dying, some of them left destitute after losing their jobs or being turned away by their families. "I can remember guys driving up and their parents had disowned them or they'd gotten fired from their job or something like that," he said. "I had an office over there across the street and they would drive up over there, or they'd call me at home, because everybody had my number. They'd say: 'We've had to move, we don't have any money for an apartment, we don't have any money for food. And I'd just take them personally — and I'm not saying anything about being a hero, at all — I'd take them to load up on groceries for them, pay their rent, help them pay their utilities for them. The club was paying for that."





Wanda Young (born August 9, 1943), top pic, is a retired singer, famous for being a member and co-lead singer of the popular Motown all-female singing group the Marvelettes.


Wanda was born and raised in Inkster, Michigan. Originally aspiring to be a nurse, Young's professional music career started after fellow Inkster High School classmate Gladys Horton asked her to audition for a spot left by original Marvels member Georgia Dobbins. After a successful audition, Young joined the group and the quintet, which had auditioned for a deal with Motown earlier, returned with a song written by Dobbins titled "Please Mr. Postman."



The first hit single to feature her on lead was the dance hit, "I'll Keep Holding On". From then on until the Marvelettes' departure, Young would be the main lead vocalist of the group. She went on to sing lead on several classics such as "Don't Mess with Bill" (a million-selling gold 45) "The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game", "When You're Young and in Love" and "My Baby Must Be a Magician".



On December 18, 1963, Young married her longtime boyfriend Bobby Rogers (above), a member of the Miracles, in Detroit and became known professionally as Wanda Rogers. The Marvelettes' hit making days had waned by the end of the 1960s and in 1970 the group disbanded. In 1970, Wanda recorded a solo album with Smokey Robinson serving as her producer.



Young left the label in 1972 when the Motown label relocated from Detroit to Los Angeles. Young and Rogers divorced in 1975 after 12 years of marriage, and she reverted to being known as Wanda Young.


Young was involved with many years of substance abuse and alcoholism following the Marvelettes' departure, largely due to witnessing the shooting death of her sister at the Young family's Inkster residence.


As of 2016, Young lives with her daughter in the Detroit suburb of Westland, Michigan. Her divorce from Bobby Rogers was finalized in 1975 - although they had been separated for some time. He died in 2013. Another daughter, Miracle, who was born in early 1980s, was shot dead in her home in Inkster in early 2015 (story below). At the time of Miracle's birth, Young was still in battle with drugs and alcohol, and also suffering from mental issues. Her sister adopted Miracle when she was a toddler and raised her.





Two women shot and killed overnight in Inkster, Mich. (WXYZ) - Police are investigating the murder of two women at a home in Inkster.


The women were shot and killed at around 1:30 a.m. inside a home in the 27000 block of Florence. That's between John Daly and Inkster Road.
Both Inkster Police and Michigan State Police are investigating.


Family members tell 7 Action News the victims Shara Newell, a mother of five and her friend Miracle Rogers. None of the Newell's five children were inside the home at the time of the shooting.


Miracle Rogers, 32, is the mother of three young girls. Relatives say when Rogers was a baby she was adopted by one of her aunts, but that her biological mother is Motown singer Wanda Young of the Marvelettes.


No one is in custody in connection with the murders.



Sammy Davis, Jr. was in bad shape before his death. When a tumor was discovered growing behind his vocal cords. He began a series of radiation treatments that left his skin discolored and raw enough to bleed when he touched his throat.


Behind Davis' superb stagecraft, however, and despite the adoration of faithful fans, Davis was for much of his life a man at war with himself.


He buried his pain in alcohol and cocaine—chasing the delusion that his "swinging" lifestyle somehow compensated for his two divorces, his estrangement from his children, and his futile efforts to become what he thought others expected him to be.


"I didn't like me," Davis once said. "So it made all the sense in the world to me at the time that if you don't like yourself, you destroy yourself.


"The monkey on my back is that I created a lifestyle that was no good for me. My life was empty. I had drugs, booze and broads, and I had nothing."


He had to fight his way through what he has called "the tortures of the damned," and he credited Altovise, his wife of 20 years, with helping him make a turnaround.


"She was there for me," he said. "She gave me all the support in the world."


The turnaround began when doctors told him in 1983 that his stomach and liver were so damaged that he would die soon if he didn't stop drinking. He stopped. In 1984 and 1985, he underwent hip replacement surgery.


Davis would break into his schedule to play a benefit for a blind ex-fighter or sell bonds for Israel. Even as his bank account slid toward empty, he was contributing thousands of dollars to his child's school.


Davis noted in an interview with Playboy magazine that his mother was Puerto Rican.


"So I'm Puerto Rican, Jewish, colored and married to a white woman," he said. "When I move into a neighborhood, people start running four ways at the same time."


He poignantly told a story of a man coming to his table at a nightclub to greet him after he had become an international celebrity. The man was the very person who had refused him admission to the same club some years before.


He felt he should have told the man "to get away from me with his hypocrisy." But he was silent.


"So I went home and threw up," he said. "I had stifled my own feelings and made myself sick. That night I vowed: 'I'll never let that happen again.' "







Chris Rock was rejected by Rihanna after he tried to talk to her. The 53-year-old stand-up comedian revealed that he tried to chat up the 29-year-old singer at a party after his 2016 divorce from his wife of 18 years, Malaak Compton-Rock but Rihanna was not impressed due to their age difference.


Michael B. Jordan thought his career was over at 14, when his 'The Wire' character was killed off.


Blac Chyna is gearing up to release her own line of baby strollers.


Liam Gallagher (Oasis frontman) thinks Rita Ora is ''amazing'' - but not good enough to work with him.



Black Panther’ Rips Apart Box Office Records: 3-Day Opening Rises To $194M+; 4-Day At $223M+ according to Deadline magazine.





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Pauline Cannon's last words to her sister almost an hour before she was brutally shot weren't the kind of words one might expect from a woman who felt her life was in danger.


She was excited about some money she had won in a bingo game, said her sister Patricia, the youngest from a set of triplets of which Pauline was the second oldest.


"We were planning a trip to Las Vegas before she left out the door on the last day of her life."


A hour later, Pauline's body was found inside an apartment in a transient hotel on Chicago's West Side.


She had been shot nine times in the face and once in the arm, the gunman had to reload the .38 caliber to finish the job.


Pauline had been abducted from her job by her soon to be ex-husband (Ralph Cannon) whom she had a restraining order against.


Minutes after the shooting, her husband of 11 years surrendered.


Circumstances leading to the slaying of Pauline (a mother of two) began when her husband was released from jail for assault and taking indecent liberties with his 14-year-old stepdaughter.


Pauline sensed if Cannon was ever released from jail, he'd kill her.  And he had promised Pauline that much.


Cannon's threats and beatings started right after their marriage and continued before and after the birth of their son.


Things came to a climax when Pauline discovered that Cannon was forcing her underage daughter to have sex with him.


One of Pauline's sister's said: "Pauline's daughter (my niece) came to visit with us for a week and we saw the bruises where her stepfather had beat her. She confided in me that he liked to beat her with cords and wires."







A skier missing from Whiteface Mountain has been found in California.

New York State Police said Constantinos “Danny” Filippidis, 49, of Toronto, was found 2,900 miles away Tuesday in Sacramento.

Filippidis was reported missing last Wednesday by friends who said he could not be found as the resort was closing.

His belongings were found at the lodge and his car was still in the parking lot.


Filippidis made contact with law enforcement officers in Sacramento.

He was reported to be in good health.

The circumstances of Filippidis' disappearance remain under investigation.

Officials have not said why he went missing.

Before Tuesday, police said they had no reason to believe Filippidis was not on the mountain.

The Department of Homeland Security, New York State Police, New York Department of Conservation, United States Customs and Border Protection and officials in Toronto assisted with the search.

Filippidis is a married father of two and a 28-year veteran Toronto firefighter.

He had been skiing with a group of firefighters and retired firefighters.

Toronto Professional Firefighters Local 3888 President Frank Ramagano answered reporters' questions Tuesday evening.

He said Filippidis was found confused and unable to answer questions as to how he got to California.

Ramagano said Filippidis was receiving medical care after calling his wife and then 911.

Filippidis was found alone.

Ramagano said Filippidis did not have a history of mental illness or substance abuse.

He said Filippidis was found wearing the same ski gear, including the helmet and goggles, he was last seen in when he was reported missing.

State police did not say if Filippidis would face criminal charges.

Officials have not said how he traveled to Sacramento.

Ramagano said he did not believe Filippidis flew because he left his identification at Whiteface.


The above story is very similar in detail to the Travis Walton story (below):


The Travis Walton UFO incident was an alleged abduction of an American logger by a UFO on November 5, 1975, while working with a logging crew in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona. Walton reappeared after a five-day search. The Walton case received mainstream publicity and remains one of the best-known alien abduction stories. Skeptics consider it a hoax. Walton wrote a book about it in 1978 called "The Walton Experience," which was adapted into the film "Fire in the Sky," in 1993, written by Tracy Tormé.


According to Walton, on November 5, 1975 he was working with a lumbering crew in the Sitgreaves National Forest near Snowflake, Arizona. While riding in a truck with six of his coworkers, they encountered a saucer-shaped object hovering over the ground approximately 110 feet away, making a high-pitched buzz. Walton claims he left the truck and approached it, when a beam of light suddenly appeared from the craft, knocking him to the ground. The other six men were frightened and supposedly drove away. Walton claimed that he awoke in a hospital-like room, being observed by three short, bald creatures. When they left, a person entered the room wearing some sort of helmet and led Walton to another room, where three more people put a clear plastic mask over his face and he blacked out. Walton has claimed he remembers nothing else until he found himself walking along a highway.













Before drugs took complete control, Rick James entered the lucrative business of raising and selling horses from his Buffalo, NY ranch.


The ranch also housed a million dollar recording studio and James also sponsored a million dollar line of designer sportswear.


All seven of his brothers and sisters worked for him.



Actor Maurice Downs who appeared in the film "Disco 9000," and in several episodes of "Sanford & Son," was killed when a man walked up to him as he left a Hollywood nightclub and shot him twice.



Saks Fifth Avenue Regency Room opened specifially for Flo Ballard (Supremes) to shop in private away from fans and media.



Yes! Phyllis Hyman and Eartha Kitt were friends and spent long hours on the phone.  Above, the ladies enjoy a night out on the town.







The lead singer of a family group is still bitter about doing a sexual favor so his siblings would also be signed.


At first, the label only wanted him as an solo act.


He protested but was told by a (little known) male executive, the only way they get signed is: 'if you're nice to me.'


He did what he was told.


But he often held it over his siblings head, "You wouldn't imagine what I had to do to get all of you signed!"


This contributed to his scandals throughout the years.


This sacrifice still haunts him.


He never became gay or bisexual; this was his only homosexual encounter in the industry despite an array of men coming on to him.


Who is he?








You've probably heard of Napoleon Hill's legendary book "Think and Grow Rich," (2nd pic) which has sold over 15 million copies worldwide.

The bestselling book was the end result of interviewing and researching over 500 successful men and women in an effort to discover the exact method they used in order to achieve their respective goals.

Included among these 500 men and women were Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, Charles Schwab, Woodrow Wilson, Alexander Graham Bell, John D. Rockefeller, along with many others.
In the introduction of his book, Napoleon Hill gives mention of a Hidden Secret, which was in essence, the exact how-to methodology of thinking and achieving the goals you desire, not just that of financial success.


The secret is revealed in the book: "The Hidden Secret in Think And Grow Rich," (first pic). 


Examples: "If you are ready for the secret, you already possess one half of it."

"If you are ready to put it to use, you will recognize it at least once in every chapter."
"Somewhere as you read, the secret to which I refer will jump from the page and stand boldly before you, if you are ready for it! When it appears, you will recognize it."



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When I first read "Think and Grow Rich," I missed the secret, so my results were great, but they were not consistent.

You will certainly enlighten a lot of souls."

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This ebook shows you how to purchase your dream car or SUV at auction; saving thousands in the process. 


The ebook "How To Buy Cars At Auction," provides an array of information regarding car auctions; unknown to the public.


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Vail: (Black supermodel turned-intelligence broker/assassin-in-training)....

Ryder: (CIA agent who went rogue/current enforcer and assassin for an illegal spider network).

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Dominique Desiree: (Superstar attorney who unwittingly gets entangled in a web of deceit & deception).

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