Maxine Waters

Megan Thee Stallion is happy to have the support of Rep. Maxine Waters, the longest serving Black female member of The House. The pair sat down for Megan Thee Stallion's cover story for Harper Bazaar's March Issue.

“If you shoot me, you better shoot straight.”

This week, Kim Kardashian decided to rep for International Women’s Day by releasing a set of emojis and stickers that championed women’s empowerment. Good cause, right? The only problem is the emojis and stickers, or as Kim calls them”Kimojis,” were filled with slang that she probably knew little about before a certain group made them […]

Per usual, Rep. Maxine Waters found herself in some political beef over the last few days, and per usual Auntie Maxine came prepared. It all started when Trump suggested Rep. Waters should take an IQ test at the Gridiron Club Dinner on Saturday. “I get in trouble for this,” Trump complained. “‘She has to immediately, […]

Stacey Dash really screwed up when she called California Rep. Maxine Waters a “buffoon.” The Clueless actress made the comments following Waters’ award acceptance speech at Black Girls Rock. Dash tweeted, “This is how you spin a corrupt media buffoon sucking up her late in life 15 mins.” Dash got dragged across the Twitter streets and she […]

Rep. Maxine Waters does not have time for distractions in her campaign to impeach Trump. Reporter Michael Tracey learned that the hard way when he was shut down by the California representative on Saturday. At a March of Truth protest in L.A., Waters was approached by Tracey in what started off as a standard interview. Waters […]

Bill O’Reilly and Sean Spicer set off a social media firestorm on Tuesday after both men publicly disrespected two prominent and successful black women. FOX news commentator O’Reilly said he couldn’t focus on a word that Rep. Maxine Waters said in a clip shown on Fox & Friends because he was looking at her “James Brown wig.” […]

As the media continues to diminish her many truth-bearing moments on the prime-time news circuit as sassy and neck-rolling worthy, O'Reilly needs to remember who he's speaking to.

Marchers took to the streets of Washington D.C. this past weekend, chanting the words to the song while celebrating the Million Man March 20-year anniversary.