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This Affirmation From Beyoncé's Mom Helped Ty Hunter Go From A Retail Job To Career Success

Ty Hunter is a renowned stylist that is widely known for styling Destiny’s Child, then, Beyoncé once she went solo. In his book “Makeover From Within: Lessons in Hardship, Acceptance, and Self-Discovery,” he shared how his epic breakthrough came to be.

Ngozi Nwanji

Dec 22, 2022

A Look Into Michelle Williams’ $10M Fortune And Success Outside Of Destiny’s Child’s Domination

It’s no secret that Destiny’s Child is not only one of the biggest girl groups of all time but also at the top of the best-selling. Before officially saying goodbye to their fans in 2006, the legendary group sold over 60 million records, according to Capital Xtra. While the trio of Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams were a force together, they each went on to pursue successful careers in their own lanes. However, during Williams’ journey, she briefly hit a turn. In an interview with UBS, the Grammy-award winner shared that a lack of communication and misunderstanding with her financial advisor turned into a “substantial investment loss.” “Knowledge is powerful. Ask questions. It’s your money—you have a right to know what’s being done with it,” Williams told the outlet. But, we already knew that she was a survivor . Bossing up after the initial setback, Williams’ net worth sits at $10 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Now, here’s a look inside all...

Ngozi Nwanji

Jul 22, 2022

Michelle Williams Joins And LL Cool J's Rock The Bells To Advocate For Mental Health

As a driver of culture, Hip-Hop has the power to shift the conversation and bring attention to important causes. Ahead of the curve, Rock The Bells, founded by LL COOL J, has teamed up with to champion voices within the Hip-Hop space and disrupt stigmas surrounding mental health.

Samantha Dorisca

Jun 24, 2022

These 8 Celebrities Have A Stake In Sports Teams — But We Still Need More Black Equity In Sports

When Rick Ross recently announced that he was interested in investing in the Miami Heat, he became one of but a handful of Black men and women who expressed an interest in equity in sports teams. “I’m still interested in getting a small percentage of an NFL or NBA team,” he shared during an episode of Uninterrupted’s Certified Buckets podcast when asked his stance on making a sports investment move. “I’d just invest in the Heat because we got some beautiful additions. And like I say I’m one of those people that can look three seasons ahead… I’m confident, we’ll bring them big trophies back.” This isn’t the first time Ross has expressed interest in investing in sports teams. As AfroTech reported, he expressed an interest in the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014. Back then, both Ross and Diddy were eyeing the possibility of buying the team but ultimately lost out to Steve Ballmer’s $2 billion offer. Currently, there are only six people of color with ownership across all three major U.S....