Images of Young Man, Allegedly Lynched And Found Hanging In Mother’s Backyard, Go Viral

By: Leslie Monét

Officials are calling a what appears to be a cold-blooded racial lynching of 24 year old Danye Dion Jones of St. Louis, Missouri, a suicide according to sources. On the morning of October 17th, Jones’ mother, known activist Melissa McKinnies, posted grave images to Facebook of the horrible sighting she woke to of her beloved son Danye fatally hung in her backyard. Continue reading

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Trump Slapped With A Lawsuit for Screaming Fake News To His Foes

President Trump was served with a lawsuit yesterday October 16th, on the anniversary of the Million Man March, by an organization who represents writers and literary professionals called PEN America.  The lawsuit accuses the President of using his political power to attack journalists and media outlets alike for exercising their rights of free press.

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Exclusive Interview: Lajan Slim of Kayne West’s Label Talks Haitian Roots, Life After Inking A Deal & Voting for Hillary!

By: Nikki M.

Hey Pink Illuminance fans,

I had the pleasure of interviewing Lajan Slim on Tuesday at TCB 5400 Lounge in Charlotte, NC. Lajan is one of the hottest up and coming rapper’s on the East Coast, representing Florida’s Broward County. It wasn’t long into the interview before LAJAN unveiled what all the buzz was about regarding his music. He’s received over 630k views to date from his video release of his hit song ‘Haitians’ on WorldStar this summer.

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Pink Interview: Young Beckham talks signing to Def Jam & single “Birthday Chick”

This past Wednesday during a meet and greet for Def Jam Recordings at TCB 5400 Lounge, located at 5400 Nevin Road here in the Queen City of Charlotte, NC, I had the pleasure of meeting Def Jam’s new recording artist Young Beckham or as he is known in Jacksonville, FL, Young Trap. Despite his busy schedule he made time to sit with me to discuss his newest, hottest single “Birthday Chick.”

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Don’t believe the hype

Emotional overload on social media has catapulted a remarkable amount of individual display of what seems to be idol opinions regarding the country’s backlash on police brutality. After the most recent murders of Philando Castile & Alton Sterling, I’ve realized that propaganda has made its way to the forefront on crisis coverage rather than productivity….in the White House, your house and truth be told, in my own house.

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