After battling Nancy Grace on the legalization of marijuana, 2 Chainz might be using his debate skills to win an election!
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, the rapper announced his plans to run for mayor of College Park, GA earlier this week.
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The 37-year-old said:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), also known as the Mormon Church, has always had a strained relationship with the LGBT community.
For some dumb reason, LGBT and religion don't always mix well.
That's why it's so great that the Mormon Church is supporting LGBT nondiscrimination legislation!
The Mormon leaders had a rare news conference and that's when they announced their support for the LGBT nondiscrimination bills!
Sister Neill Marriott of the LDS Church's Young Women's program said:
We can't imagine what it would be like to witness the outcome of the tragic events that are happening in the middle east in person.
Angelina Jolie is trying to raise awareness for the people of Iraq by using every media platform possible.
Not only did she publicly call out the world via television during her visit to a Kurdish refugee camp in Iraq last week, she documented the stories she heard through an op-ed written for the New York Times.
[ Video: Angelina Calls Out The Rest Of The World For Failing Iraq ]
The loving mother of six wrote about what she saw and heard when she visited the camp.
Benedict Cumberbatch is truly sorry.
After giving an interview in which he referred to black actors as "colored," the Oscar nominee quickly issued an apology for the unfortunate gaffe.
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The irony of the incident is The Imitation Game star was discussing racial inequality in the British entertainment industry and its need for more diversity.
In the interview, Cumberbatch said:
Layin' down the law!
Angelina Jolie made headlines on Sunday for a speech she made at a Kurdish refugee camp in Iraq.
In her visit to the middle east, Angie spoke about how the rest of the world is failing to help the Iraqi people, specifically after numerous attacks from ISIS.
We're SO impressed by and grateful for Emma Watson.
On Friday, the intelligent actress who moonlights as a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, gave another impassioned speech about the importance of gender equality.
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Back in September, Emma introduced the HeforShe movement, an initiative which encourages men and women to work together to end gender inequality.
Watson's Friday speech followed up on the progress the campaign has achieved so far, and what HeforShe plans for the future.
The actress remarked:
"We are a strong, tight-knit family who has made it through some very, very hard times."
The State of The Union annually marks the President living up to his duty to publicly address America and touch upon issues that are pertinent to the country.
And 2015 was no different as President Barack Obama gave a storied speech discussing all matters, ranging from economy and job creation to health and human services.
Plus, for the first time in American history…