On a new entertainment segment of “REVOLT Black News Weekly,” Marlon Wayans pulls up to chat about his career. Ne-Yo and Christina Milian also reveal how the series “Step Up” dealt with the death of one of its stars: Naya Rivera. We also chat about the movie ‘Till,’ based on the lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till, as told through the lens of his mother. Lil Baby drops a new album that’s getting rave reviews.
Inspired by Sean “Diddy” Combs’ successful “State Of Emergency: The State of Black America & Coronavirus” town hall, “REVOLT BLACK NEWS” is a platform that is designed to report news from the perspective of Black people for Black people.
“When I started REVOLT, I always wanted to develop a platform to report the news from our perspective, from our lens, from our people, so I decided to launch ’REVOLT BLACK NEWS.’” said Combs. “We’re here with solutions. We’ve already heard about what we can’t do, but this is what we can do.”