Actor and comedian Deon Cole claim singer Stevie Wonder stole his girl.
The actor who star on “black-ish” had the women on the “The Real” in stitches laughing when he explained that Wonder stole his girl. Some might say this part of the story sounded like Cole was delivering one of his stand-up comedy routines but Cole insisted the story is true
"We went to this concert. I told her she can go meet him, and she went and met him, and she came back and she was like, ‘Man, here go $100, why don’t you take a cab home.’ I knew her broke ass didn’t have $100. I knew Stevie gave it to her”, said Cole
He explained on this Twitter account that he and Wonder has now made up and beef is ended.
“Stevie’s assistant and Stevie walked into this bar, and I was sitting in the cut and his assistant told Stevie, ‘Yo, there go Deon.’ He was like ‘Where?'” said Cole.
“He told his assistant to tell me to come over, and I came over and he was like ‘What’s this stuff you talking about on Instagram?'” added the comedian. “And I said ‘You took my girl, you know you did.’ And he was like ‘How she look?'”
Cole also told some of the story in an August 23 Instagram post that showed a photo of him and Wonder. And he included a part of the story that he didn’t tell on “The Real,” about Wonder wanting to fight him.
“We exchanged some more words, then he looked like he wanted to swing so I stood as close to him as possible so he couldn’t swing,” wrote Cole. “Then some other people came and calmed us down. Then we talked a little more about it and now here we are, FRIENDS AGAIN! So if you got beef with someone, just talk it out.”
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Jah Cure Helps to Clean Up Kenya, Africa and Announces Release Date for New Album "Royal Soldiers"
Grammy-nominated Jamaican singer, Jah Cure, whose real name is Siccature Alcock, declared to his over seven hundred thousand fans on Instagram in a series of photos and video his love for the motherland and the good work he is doing there. Cure alongside the Governor of Nairobi, Mike Sonko, 500 soldiers, 200 police and the people of Nairobi participated in a clean-up exercise. The theme for this clean-up exercise was #MyWasteMyResponsibility.
“I will be here my brothers and sisters to spearhead the project. I will be your leader for a day in cleaning up Nairobi because this is the cleanup movements we are on. We are on a mission to keep our environment clean; me and the Governor and the rest of the team, so stay tuned. See you there; we have a mission to do”, Jah Cure said
“The price of greatness is responsibility”, Jah Cure declared.
This is not the first time Jah Cure visited Kenya. Cure said of his latest visit in Kenya that he’s happy to be there and feels a connection to Kenya. Other than the clean-up activity, Cure began the first leg of his worldwide tour titled “The Royal Soldier Tour” where he headlined the Umoja Splash Festival in the country.
Of his July 6th performance in Kenya Cure said: “HISTORY WAS MADE IN AFRICA. BIGGEST SOLD OUT EVENTS IN KENYA OVER 20 YEARS IN THE INDUSTRY OF REGGAE MUSIC!! I'M SO PROUD TO BE A VESSEL.. THANK YOU JAH. THANK YOU MY FANS. THANKS FOR THE LOVE OF THE PEOPLE.”
Cure announced that his next album will be released on August 30, 2019, this is titled “Royal Soldier”. He hopes to earn his second Grammy nomination for this album. Jah Cure’s inspiration for this album is African historical figure Mansa Musa. For those who are not aware of this historical figure, Mansa Musa was the tenth Mansa (conqueror) of the wealthy West African Islamic Mali Empire. He is said to be one of the richest people in history (if not the richest) and conquered 24 cities. This album was actually set to be released in 2018, having collaborations with Tory Lanez, Melanie Fiona, and Phyllisia Ross. But this ended up being pushed forward to 2019.
Jah Cure will next visit the island of Seychelles on July 13, 2019, for his second stop on his Royal Soldiers Tour.
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The Japanese government in no simple terms asked Kim Kardashian to reconsider using the name "Kimono" for her shapewear clothing like.
The saga begins 25 Jun 2019 when Kim made the announcement on her Twitter account:
Finally I can share with you guys this project that I have been developing for the last year. I’ve been passionate about this for 15 years. Kimono is my take on shapewear and solutions for women that actually work. Photos by Vanessa Beecroft.
The Tweet quickly drew negative feedbacks with many Japanese telling her not to use the name.
Initially after the backlash, Kim Kardashian tried to ignore the controversy by telling The New York Times she wouldn’t “design or release any garments that would in any way resemble or dishonor the traditional garment.”
“I understand and have deep respect for the significance of the kimono in Japanese culture,” but made no plans to change the name, Kim said.
Among the immediate responses was the Japanese government. They wrote an official response to Kim Kardashian.
In a letter published on the Japanese Today news website, the Mayor of Kyoto wrote:
Ms. Kim Kardashian West
Kimono Intimates, Inc.
But official response from the Japanese government was too much and Kim fold under pressure. On July 1st Kim fall to the pressure and legal ramblings by announcing she will rename her shapewear line.
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19-year-old Reggae superstar, Koffee and Grammy-nominated Reggae singer, Chronixx were recently recruited by British renowned singer, Ed Sheeran and Canadian Pop star, Justin Bieber to remix their popular track "I don’t care". To date, this remix has been doing well on YouTube where commenters express their excitement and adoration for the remix. One fan stated that this remix is "pure fire!".
The remix started off with Chronixx showcasing his vocals then Koffee took it off "like a helicopter" with her verse. At intervals, they harmonised to create this sizzling summer song. Koffee stated of the remix that “ it’s all a bit surreal but amazing at the same time!".
She also added that she sees this remix being beneficial for artists in general as collaborations like this one push Reggae music globally.
This is just the beginning of a great summer for the teen Reggae sensation. She is currently on her first European tour where she is visiting over five countries in Europe. In July, she’ll make her USA television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. She’s also writing songs for Rihanna’s new album.
Koffee’s prosperity just keeps growing and this is no surprise as she is indeed talented. Before Koffee became the success, she is today, she dreamt of being a musician. She started off singing in her choir at church and taught herself to play the guitar at only 12 years old. Popular Reggae star, Proteje, is one of her inspirations. She started writing lyrics inspired by him at this age.
She later won the talent show at her school which was actually an informal audition. Since, Koffee has been studying and practising music. In 2017, she became popular when she released a video on Instagram. She did an acoustic tribute to the legendary Usain Bolt, world’s fastest man. She titled this “Legend” which is her very first single. Usain reposted it and it became a hit. Since that viral video, Koffee’s career lifted off and kept flying high.
She was recently listed on Apple music as one of the breakthrough artists this year. This remix follows Koffee’s debut EP, Rapture, which is loved locally and internationally. Her most popular song "Toast" was featured in Jordan Peele’s film "US". This is one of the many doors her song, “Toast” opened for Koffee. There is also a viral choreographed dance video of this song.
Chronixx has been busy with music and tours. He is today one of Reggae’s most critically-acclaimed artists. Today he is headlining at the Pulse Jam Fest at Sheraton Gardens in Kampala. He is also celebrating 5 years anniversary of his hot project "Dread & Terrible". A deluxe edition of this project was released on June 28th, 2019. This re-release includes 11 of his now-certified classics such as Capture Land, Spirulina and Here Comes Trouble.
Koffee and Chronixx are two artists who represent Reggae well locally and internationally. They will never stop promoting Jamaica's beloved music. Whether or not you're fans of their styles, one cannot help but respect their hard work and commitment to Reggae music.
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In southeastern Jamaica, you’ll find a village that was once considered the largest city in the Caribbean. The land’s former principal inhabitants, the Tainos, once used this city as a fishing port. At this time, it was a sand spit. Then the Spaniards claimed Jamaica (which was called Xaymaca at the time) in 1494 and used the spit for cleaning, refitting, and caulking of their sailing vessels. Can you tell which city this is?
If you said Port Royal, you are correct. When the English took Jamaica from the Spanish, Port Royal became much more than a mere harbor. The drastic change came with the English’s conquest. The English made immediate use of Port Royal’s strategic location. Four years after colonizing Jamaica, the English morphed Port Royal into a forte with two hundred houses, shops, and warehouses. By 1692, five (5) fortes defended Port Royal.
The British initially named this port Cagway but soon renamed it to what we all call it today. In 1657, Governor Edward D'Oley sought a solution to his defence concerns by inviting the Brethren of the Coast to make Port Royal their new home. This group was made up of pirates who were actually descendants of cattle-hunting buccaneers. They turned to piracy due to being robbed by the Spanish and thrown out of Hispaniola. Bent on revenge, they focused on attacking Spanish shipping vessels. This was what the governor needed.
While these pirates were visiting Port Royal, England was attacking Spanish shipping vessels and coastal towns. The English made the pirates English privateers by giving them letters of marque and sent them to attack Spanish ships and settlements. This resulted in a successful set up of defence for Port Royal as Spain had to focus on defending their property and could not retake Jamaica.
This commenced Port Royal’s trek to becoming the richest and wickedest city in the world. It became a pirate utopia and was branded as “Sodom of the New World”. Most of Port Royal’s residents were pirates, prostitutes, and cutthroats. The Pirates brought in many treasures from their loots. It became a place of immense indulgence in liquor and pleasure with one in every four buildings said to be a bar or a brothel. It was also made a commercial center due to its strategic location for the trading of slaves, sugar, and logwood.
Charles Leslie wrote in his 1793 A New and Exact History of Jamaica of Port Royal in the 1660s:
"Wine and women drained [pirates of their] wealth to such a degree that... some of them became reduced to beggary. They have been known to spend 2 or 3,000 pieces of eight in one night."
"They used to buy a pipe of wine, place it in the street, and oblige everyone that passed to drink.”
The more riches that came in, the more excess and debauchery Port Royal became known for. Port Royal had become an important economic center by 1692 and it would have continued to become more if nature didn’t have other plans. On June 7th, 1692, the infamous earthquake happened. Half of Port Royal sank into the sea and many died from the earthquake or the plagues and pestilences that came after. The wickedest and richest city became a ghost of its former glory.
See below a letter written by a survivor of the 1692 earthquake, featured in An History of Jamaica with Observations by Robert Renny, 1807.
"On Tuesday the 7th of June 1692, betwixt eleven and twelve at noon, I being at a tavern, we felt the house shake and saw the bricks begin to rise in the floor, and at the same instant, heard one in the street cry, An Earthquake! Immediately we ran out of the house, where we saw all people with lifted-up hands, begging God's assistance. We continued running up the street, whilst on either side of us, we saw the houses some swallowed up, others thrown on heaps; the sand in the street rise like the waves of the sea, lifting up all persons that stood upon it, and immediately dropping down into pits; and at the same instant, a flood of water breaking in and rolling those poor souls over and over; some catching hold of beams and rafters in houses; others were found in the sand, that appeared when the water was drained away, with their legs and arms out, we beholding this dismal sight."
Attempts were made to rebuild the city but these proved to be futile. In 1703, a fire ravished what was rebuilt. Then hurricanes keep the city down in 1712, 1722 and 1726. Then in the 20th century, several catastrophes hit the city. Port Royal would never experience its former splendor again.
Little known fact: The famous movie series “The Pirates of the Caribbean” was inspired by the history of Port Royal. Despite the popularity of the movie, Port Royal remain a quiet fishing town, hosting rich history and artifacts. People often visit there for a field trip to experience the ‘Giddy House' (which is a building that partially went underground in the earthquake) and remnants of the fortes Port Royal once had. Efforts are being made by the current government to fully restore Port Royal so that it can be enjoyed by locals and visitors from all over the world and contribute to Jamaica’s economy.
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Explicit and graphic sexual details claims by Aveon Falstar
Aveon Falstar appeared on the podcast “unWineWithTashaK” over the weekend and claimed he and Kevin Hunter, who is going through divorce proceedings with estranged wife Wendy Williams, carried on, what he described, as an abusive sexual relationship throughout 2018.
Falstar, whose real name is Aveon Williams, explained his musical talents caught the attention of many entertainers online, including a producer for “The Wendy Williams Show,” who invited him to perform during the Pre-Show. He claimed that Kevin Hunter wasn’t immediately impressed with his talent, but Falstar explained it was Hunter’s alleged mistress, Sharina Hudson, who convinced Hunter to sign him to his label.
Eventually, Falstar claimed, their business relationship turned sexual. He alleged Kevin Hunter moved him into his Fort Lee, NJ, condo where he treated him as a “boy toy.”
“It wasn’t a sexual relationship. It was much more of an abusement relationship,” Falstar said on the podcast. “It was much more of a put me down and keep me as your boy toy relationship. We did [have sex] … He came over and practically raped me at 3 o’clock in the morning.”
Falstar, who ultimately changed his stage name to PM at the behest of Hunter, also claimed he and his law firm sent a “pre-suit” demand letter that was ignored. He said the demand letter addresses sexual assault and sexual humiliation at the hands of Hunter and asked for an undisclosed amount of money.
“The claims levied by Mr. Aveon Williams against Mr. Kevin Hunter are baseless and are completely false,” the legal rep said. “Mr. Williams’ actions are a part of an elaborate scheme to extort money from Mr. Hunter and is nothing more than an attempt to shake him down for financial gain.”
“This office did not offer to settle this matter for any amount nor did we counter their offer as, in accordance with our own independent investigation of these claims, we determined that Mr. Williams’ claims were without merit and we will not allow our client to be extorted by Mr. Williams,” the statement continued. “Mr. Hunter denies Mr. Williams’ claims in the entirety and it further saddens us that Mr. Williams is essentially making light of crimes involving sexual battery by levying these false claims, which a great disservice to those individuals who have actually been the victim of these types of heinous crimes.”
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Dalton Harris first visit to Jamaica since winning the X Factor have critics talking and he responded
Harris rose to International fame when he entered the fifteenth UK series of The X Factor began on ITV on Saturday 1 September 2018. He was one of the sixteen finalists. On December 2, Harris was announced as the winner of the 2018 edition, becoming the first foreign act to win the UK version of The X Factor.
Since his fame on the X Factor, there are many stories in the media of the conflict between him and his mother. Dalton's mother gave interviews to the media about the continued conflict between them. Dalton, on the other hand, had been steadfast with his resentment towards her and his visit to Jamaica has reignite the situation.
The conflict with Harris and his mother is due to the fact he was left to fend for himself from a young age. According to reports, he lived in conditions that were not suited for a human being. He was alone in the world or growing up with strangers. This caused the resentment towards his mother.
Source: Loop News
"He came to see us last week Saturday (two Saturdays ago). It was really joyful to see him again," Rowena Lewinson told Loop News reporter Claude Mills.
She is Dalton's 'life mother', not his biological mom, but it was her tender care and attention that set him on the path to his present success, including nurturing his talents when he entered the Digicel Rising Stars context.
She told Loop News "After he won the (X Factor) contest, he had called us to say that he would be visiting this summer, but he came to see us a bit early instead. It was great because everybody had been asking how come he hasn't come to look for us yet. He was doing a documentary about his musical life, and we did an interview with the directors who came with him, about our role in starting him on his journey, and how he got in touch with me and my mother (now deceased)," she said. "Everybody down pon me, down pon me, that Dalton must take care of his mother. But I keep telling them that what he wants to do with his mom is his business.
This conversation continued in the media, social media and on the streets of Jamaica and Dalton decided to respond.
He wrote in capital letters, most likely he was angry, frustrated and wanted to let of steam.
WHEN I WAS NOBODY AND WAS LIVING WITH STRANGERS. NOONE USED TO CALL TO ASK IF I WAS ALIVE OR IF I HAD EATEN BUT NOW IT STRESSES YOU OUT THAT I STAY AWAY FROM YOU AND THE TRAUMA? SEEMS A BIT OPPORTUNISTIC. IF I WAS BROKE AND STILL NOTHING LIKE YOU TREATED ME WOULD I STILL BE SUCH AN IMPORTANT THING. THIS RIGHT HERE IS WHY I STAY AWAY BECAUSE IT’S ALWAYS SOMETHING NEGATIVE. YOU DON’T GET TO PLAY WITH PEOPLE’S HEARTS AND MINDS. REGARDLESS OF YOUR TITLE. I AM HUMAN JUST LIKE YOU AND JUST LIKE YOU MY LIFE IS NOT OWED. I HAVE A TITLE TOO I AM A SON AND I COULD HAVE DEMANDED PROTECTION AND LOVE AND CARE AND ACCEPTANCE FROM YOU BUT I DIDN’T. EVEN THOUGH NONE OF THOSE THINGS WERE EVER SHOWED. SO I DON’T HATE YOU. I JUST DON’T WANT TO BE AROUND YOU. EVERY TIME THINGS LIKE THIS PROVE TO ME WHY I NEED TO STAY AWAY. AND I COULD GIVE A FUCK WHO WANTS TO JUDGE. GO JUDGE YOUR FUCKING LIFE BEFORE YOU JUDGE MINE CAUSE I DID THIS SHIT BY MYSELF SO YOU DON’T GET TO COME AND REAP REWARDS. NAAH. I FORGAVE THAT SHIT AND MOVED ON AND FAR AWAY. WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT. CAUSE I HAVE NOTHING ELSE TO GIVE BUT MYSELF THE PEACE OF MIND I DESERVE AND YOU ARE FUCKING WITH THAT.
ONLY WAY TO RESPECT YOU AND BE HAPPENS STAYING AWAY. NOW YOU ALL CAN TAKE THIS AND FUCKING RUN WITH IT. CAUSE THATS ALL YOU DO SIT THERE AND FUCKING JUDGE PEOPLE.
I AM NOT HURTING BUT I WAS HURT AND WILL NEVER ALLOW THAT TO HAPPEN AGAIN. AND I AM BEING NICE ABOUT THIS. NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD SEE THE DAY WHERE ME NOT BEING AROUND IS BAD WHEN ALL I WAS TOLD IS HOW MUCH YOU HATED AND DIDN’T WANT ME. YOU CANNOT DESTROY ME BECAUSE I AM SELF MADE. BEFORE YOU COMMENT ON THIS POST THINK ABOUT YOUR LIFE AND THOSE AROUND YOU AND WHO GIVES YOU THE RIGHT TO TELL ME WHAT TO DO AND FEEL.
ARE YOU FUCKING CRAZY. I HAVE ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION BECAUSE OF THIS SHIT. SO JUDGE ALL YOU FUCKING WANT MY HAPPINESS IS ALL THAT MATTERS. RIGHT NOW. THEN UNIVERSE HAD A PLAN FOR ME AND THATS WHY I AM ALIVE. NOT BECAUSE OF ANY OF YOU.
MONEY IS A HELL OF A THING. INE FUCKING HELL OF A THING. I WORKED FROM THE GROUND UP BY MYSELF. HUNGRY AND SAD. ALONE AND BROKEN. NOW YOU THINK YOU CAN TELL ME ANYTHING. FUCK NO.
SO I DO NOT HATE YOU BUT I WILL NOT STAY AROUND ANYONE THAT MEANS ME NO GOOD AND I DEFINITELY WONT FINANCE ANYONE.
I AM ONLY FUCKING HUMAN. ALL I DO IS WORK HARD AND ACHIVE WHAT I WANT. FROM FOOD TO SCHOOL TO MY CAREER. ALL BY MY FUCKING SELF.
I AM SO SORRY BUT YOU PEOPLE ARE FUCKING BULLIES AND I WILL NOT LET YOU DO THAT TO ME ANYMORE. SO SAY AND DO WHATEVER YOU WANT. CANT GET ANY WORSE.
I AM NOT HERE BY CHANCE. JUST HARD WORK AND I WILL BE FINE. I TAUGHT MYSELF VALUE AND MORALS AND LOVE AND LIFE.
I HAVE THE SAME FRIENDS AND SAME PEOPLE AROUND ME THAT LIVED ME AND SAVED MY LIFE I DIDN’T CUT THEM OFF OR DISRESPECT THEM. WHY IS IT ONLY YOU.
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According to TMZ Wendy Williams filed for divorce from her husband Kevin Hunter.
TMZ later confirmed the story and said sources on Wendy's talk show tell us ... Kevin was served with the divorce papers Thursday morning at the studio. We're told extra security was on hand in case Kevin got enraged about the split, but he didn't.
12:15 PM PT -- According to the divorce docs, obtained by TMZ, Wendy says "irreconcilable differences" led to the end of the couple's marriage. The docs state a "breakdown" of the marriage over a period of at least 6 months. She wants the court to determine an "appropriate amount" of child support ... even though their son, Kevin Jr., is over 18.
The divorce came about after multiple reports of cheating by Wendy's husband Kevin Hunter.
According to the Daily Mail, Wendy Williams' husband was spotted on vacation with his mistress.
Wendy Williams' husband Kevin Hunter has reportedly welcomed a child with his alleged mistress, Sharina Hudson.
E! News reported that Hudson was discharged from a hospital in Philadelphia on Sunday, March 24. While E! News can confirm that Hudson left the hospital, we cannot confirm that he is the father. Although neither Hudson nor Hunter has commented on the birth or alleged infidelity, there have been rumors for a while that Williams' husband was having an affair.
The site Love B Scott first confirmed the news and reports that it's a baby girl. According to Page Six, Hunter and Hudson decided not to have the baby in New York because "it would be leaked to the press" and instead opted for Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia.
Tuesday March 21, Williams broke down in tears on her show, admitting she had been living at a sober home and was attending meetings around New York City.
“You know me for being a very open and honest person. You know Kevin and I have the Hunter Foundation for the good of the people and we recently launched out 888-HUNTER number for people who are in the struggle of addiction. Well, for some time now, and even today and beyond, I have been living in a sober house,” a weeping Williams, 54, told her studio audience.
"When you see me come to work glammed up, right after the show, I do Pilates ... You know I’ve had a struggle with cocaine in the past," she said. "I never went to a place to get treatment. I don't know how. God was just sitting on my shoulder and I just stopped … there are people in your family, it might be you … I want you to know more of the story.”
“After I go to the Pilates I go to several meetings all around town in the tri-state area, and I see my brothers and sisters caught up in their addiction and looking for help,” she said. “They don’t know I’m Wendy. They don’t care I’m Wendy. there's no autographs, there's no nothing. It’s the brothers and sisters caught up in the struggle. It’s been really interesting, this ride.”
Many speculated that Wendy Williams had relapsed due to the ongoing problems in her marriage.
Williams filed for divorce after nearly 22 years or marriage to Kevin Hunter.
Kevin Hunter is an executive producer on The Wendy Williams Show and has been since it's inception
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According to multiple reports, Grammy-nominated rapper Ermias Ashgedom aka "Nipsey Hussle" was killed in a shooting incident outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon. Two other men were shot, and a suspect remained at large, law enforcement sources said.
According to some reports, Nipsey Hussle was shot six times.
The official reports are that, Hussle was shot multiple times in the parking lot at Marathon Clothing on West Slauson Avenue in South Los Angeles at about 3:25 p.m on Sunday March 31/19. and that he was pronounced dead at a hospital. One of the other men was being treated at a hospital, and the third man declined treatment, Los Angeles police Lt. Chris Martinez said. No other information was immediately available at this time.
Earlier in the day Hussle, who was 33 years old tweeted, "Having strong enemies is a blessing."
Los Angeles Police Commissioner Steve Soboroff said Sunday night that he and Police Chief Michael Moore had been scheduled to meet with Hussle and representatives of Roc Nation, Jay-Z's entertainment agency and production company, on Monday to "talk about ways he could help stop gang violence and help us help kids."
He is survived by two children and girlfriend Lauren London.
His 2019 debut album was nominated for a Grammy and stars were lining up to collab with him.
Nipsey told the Breakfast Club that he was working on a Dr Sebi documentary
According to Heavy.com News,many people have never heard of Dr. Sebi, a Honduran herbalist, biologist and self-proclaimed healer, who passed away on August 6, 2016, and the fact that nobody really talks about Dr. Sebi, née Alfredo Darrington Bowman, and his alleged cures for cancer and AIDS, was a wildly surreal concept to rapper Nipsey Hussle. So, he decided to make a documentary on the controversial healer. But this documentary may now never come to be.
The doc, which followed the 1985 court trial in which Dr. Sebi allegedly proved he had a cure for AIDS.
Here’s what you need to know about Hussle’s Dr. Sebi documentary:
1. Hussle Believed Dr. Sebi’s Story was a ‘Powerful Narrative’
During a radio interview with The Breakfast Club Sebi said, “I am working on doing doc on the trial in 1985. When Dr. Sebi went to trial in New York because he put in the newspaper that he cured AIDS. He beat the case. Then he went to federal court the next day, and he beat that case. But nobody talks about it.”
As to why he felt the need to go through the lengths of making a documentary film about him Hussle said, “I think the story is important. It’s a powerful narrative. Like if someone in this room said, ‘Hey, I cured AIDS.’ I’d be like yeah, right. And then I can show you an example of him going to trial and proving in court he proved AIDS, I’d be interested in it. More so than championing his products or explaining his methodology. Put some light on that case.”
2. Dr. Sebi Believed He Found the Cure for AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes, and Blindness
While he was not a licensed physician, he built a cult like following for his all natural remedies, formulas, tonics, and supplements. He believed that food was alkaline for the body, and that dead foods killed the body’s ability to heal itself.
Therefore, he recommended a strict vegan diet, and cut out all foods he considered to be toxic: alcohol, sugar, iodized salt, meat, poultry, seafood. Once those foods were replaced with fresh fruit, vegetables, healthy grains and nut butter, he believed the body would earn back its natural healing powers. By following this regimented diet, he believed he has found the cure to cancer, AIDS, diabetes and blindness.