A new court show is coming to a TV near you. Relative Justice is headlined by the beautiful Judge Rhonda Wills. The show will premiere this September. Wills previously appeared on WE TV’s Sisters in Law and is a legal commentator for the likes of CNN. Originally, Relative Justice was scheduled to debut in Fall 2020, but was pushed back due to COVID-19. Relative Justice will center on family conflicts.
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Grammy winners Boyz II Men celebrated their Bella magazine cover at Ian Duke’s Southampton Social Club in the Hamptons. Notable guests included Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, Ian Duke, Star Jones, Leesa Rowland and former New England Patriots player Jarvis Green. Stockman and Morris also partied at Michael Pistino’s NAIA at the Capri Southampton where the crowd serenaded the crooners with their hits One Sweet Day with Mariah Carey and I’ll Make Love To You.
The Vision Community Foundation is set to hold its Annual Black Tie Gala at Atlanta’s historic Biltmore Ballroom on Friday, Sept. 3 at 8 pm. The gala, themed “Salute to Fashion” will be hosted by iconic actress Vivica A. Fox and actor and TV personality Miss Lawrence. The exclusive gala will honor an elite group of individuals, including Pose star Ryan Jamaal Swain, TV/radio personality Gary with da Tea, the one and only director/producer/author Nathan Hale Williams and Sean John Co-Founder Jeffrey Tweedy.
The organizers for the March On For Voting Rights announced legendary radio host Al B Sure! and national radio and activist Joe Madison will serve as co-MC’s for the Aug. 28 event in Washington D.C. The two hosts will lead a day long march through the nation’s capitol and the speaker’s program which will include human and civil rights leaders like Rev. Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King III, and many others, who will issue a call to action to pass federal voting rights legislation.