Source: BuzzFeed Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) and commentator Angela Rye will appear on BET this week with alternative responses to Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address. The Congresswoman will appear on BET immediately following the SOTU on Tuesday night. On Wednesday evening, Rye will present a SOTU rebuttal in the form of a primetime hour […]
CNN’s Angela Rye is not one to come for if you are a Republican who defends the president’s racism. Trump’s former campaign economics adviser Stephen Moore learned this the hard way on CNN today. In discussing 45’s clear, present and dangerous racism, Moore claimed, “I talk to so many Black Americans myself and they say […]
At Saturday night's Creative Arts Emmy Awards, our favorite political pundit and rapper were very cozy on the red carpet.
"Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes, MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid, political commentator Angela Rye, and Circle of Mothers founder Sybrina Fulton all made the list.
Angela Rye held nothing back while slamming radio host Joe Walsh for saying the bar had been “lowered” for former President Barack Obama because he’s Black. During a debate on CNN, the political commentator repeatedly called Walsh a “bigot,”asking, “Did you or did you not say that the standard was lower because he was Black?” When Walsh […]
Democratic consultant and political commentator Angela Rye referred to former Rep. Joe Walsh as a "bigot" Wednesday during a CNN segment for tweeting that the bar was lowered for Barack Obama because of his Blackness.
The all-Black panel got into a heated debate about HBCUs and Trump's proposed 2018 budget, which forced Rye to quote Outkast.
Bold, clear and unapologetic, the talent in the list are champions in upholding the legacy of Black excellence.
CNN’s fierce political talking head said that the incident was “traumatic,” and that “the TSA grabs p__s like Donald Trump.”
Angela Rye shared why Black America should focus on our "what's now" problem manifested in GOP presidential nominee, Donald Trump.
Roland Martin and his panel of guests went in on Lil Wayne for saying there is no such thing as racism during a recent interview.
The animated pundit wasn't here for folks asking about President Obama's Harvard transcripts and citizenship, so she channeled her inner Bey to deal with the nonsense.