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Is The Institution of Marriage Dying? [Commentary]

There’s a state of emergency in America: married couples just can’t seem to stay together. In Black Hollywood alone there have been at least seven reported divorces, including Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey, Keyshia Cole and Daniel Gibson, and more recently Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose. Whether over infidelity or irreconcilable differences, it seems celebrity couples are calling it quits left and right with no sign of hope in sight. So much so that a couple actually surviving is mythical in theory (hey, Jada and Will!) Other marriages that have joined the divorce roll call this year include Randy Jackson and wife Erika Riker, celebrity chefs Gina and Pat Neely, Sherri Shepherd and Lamar Sally, and Paula Patton and Robin Thicke…. Continue Reading

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When To Know It’s Too Late To Repair A Relationship

Robin Thicke’s got it bad. Since his separation from wife Paula Patton, the blue-eyed soul singer has gone on a very public, national pity tour to get her back. City to city, venue to venue, Thicke has practically begged for a second chance from Paula, who not-so-ironically is the namesake of the his new album and the muse behind its lead single “Get Her Back.” Thicke’s charades have come off quite pathetic to say the least, and social media made that very clear when the #AskThicke Q&A hashtag with VH1 turned into a meme of users defending Paula and demanding that… Continue Reading

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XXL: ‘Baggage Claim’ Plays It Safe – Movie Review

Take a look at my XXL movie review of “Baggage Claim”: With a massively star-studded cast including Paula Patton, Boris Kodjoe, Jill Scott, Taye Diggs and the like, you’d almost expect to be blown away by Baggage Claim, which hit theaters September 27. The comedy flick is told through the narration of Montana Moore (played by Patton), a 30-something flight attendant who’s determined to both find a man and get engaged in 30 days before her sister’s wedding. Like most 21st century women, Montana is met with the pressures to be married and have kids before she’s too old, only she’s… Continue Reading