In a historic moment for Atlanta's prestigious all-female HBCU, Spelman College, it recently received the largest donation ever given to an HBCU. Spelman trustee Ronda E. Stryker and her husband, William D. Johnston, generously donated $100 million to the institution. The timing couldn't be more symbolic as it coincides with the 100th anniversary of Spelman College being named in 1924. The college expressed immense gratitude, and the donation will be allocated with $75 million for scholarships and $25 million for on-campus living upgrades, including dorm renovations and improvements in public safety. Congratulations, Spelmanites!
In another momentous event, the legendary Uncle Charlie, also known as Charlie Wilson, is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles on January 29th. The celebration honors his five-decade-long illustrious career, marked by classic hits and significant influence. Congratulations to Uncle Charlie for this well-deserved recognition!
In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE, Nick Cannon, our favorite baby-daddy, addressed the ongoing speculation about expanding his already sizable family. Cannon, who currently has 12 children with 5 different mothers, stated, "I'm chilling right now. There’s no plans on the horizon as of yet. It's so funny how everybody’s always trying to get me to have more kids. It's like, 12 ain’t enough?" The media mogul seems content with his current family dynamics, which include twins Moroccan and Monroe, Golden, Rise, Powerful, more twins Zion and Zillon, Beautiful, Legendary, Onyx, Zen (who sadly passed away at 5 months old), and Halo.
In an unexpected turn of events, a 22-year-old rapper and popular TikToker named Zeddy made headlines for supposedly having five ladies pregnant at the same time. What's more surprising is that he organized a joint baby shower for all five of them on January 14th. The viral video and subsequent posts by one of the baby mamas sparked speculation about the authenticity of the situation. While some questioned if it could be a promotional stunt for Zeddy's new song, the involved parties insisted there's no bad blood among them. An unusual tale that has left many intrigued and speculating on the true nature of this extraordinary baby shower.