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The Funniest Man in Hollywood, Kevin Hart, Gets Serious.
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Steve Harvey: Crackin’ the Code
While doing the Strawberry Letter segments on “The Steve Harvey Morning Show” with co-host Shirley Strawberry, the jokes were on. But as my grandmom used
Tyrese Gibson: Paths of Transformation
After a long leg of work, Tyrese Gibson is riding up the side of a mountain and sees his house from a view. He stops
Rev Run and Justine Simmons: Family First
Joseph Simmons, better known as Run (now an ordained reverend) of the iconic hip-hop group Run DMC, is really tired. He doesn’t say so, but
John Legend: Lifting Off
There’s a lot to live up to when your last name is Legend. It certainly can’t be easy—the pressure of knowing that your name, in
Kirk Franklin: Valley to Victory
“Talking and communicating is not a very difficult thing for me,” Kirk Franklin says on this early afternoon, just about a month shy of his first