The man who told you to “hide your kids” and “hide your wife” claims that he is now having a child of his own–with a woman! Antoine Dodson took to Twitter to tell his 30,000-plus followers that he is having a baby with his “Queen.” He told his Facebook followers. Who that queen is not […]
The man who flamboyantly warned folks in a 2010 news interview to “hide your kids, hide your wife” now says that he is a heterosexual and wants a wife and children. But he added that he is still attracted to men, reports TMZ. SEE ALSO: T.J. Holmes: I’m A Free Agent Antoine Dodson now declares homosexuality […]
Alabama — The problem with being a viral star is that everyone knows when you get in trouble, too. Antoine Dodson, the viral sensation who shot to fame when he jumped in on a local news report and screamed “Hide ya kids, hide ya wife!” was arrested early Saturday morning in Huntsville, Alabama on a […]
NEW YORK – Antoine Dodson’s dramatic reaction to a local crime has spawned the most-watched YouTube video of the year, excepting music videos. When Dodson, a 24-year-old Alabama student, gave an angry TV interview about an attempted rape against his younger sister, he became a viral hit. When a video turned that rant into an […]
Every year it seems there a news clip from some urban neighborhood with African Americans who maybe considered country, crazy, wacky silly or even stupid. Whether it be a leprechaun in the hood, whistle tip mufflers, a 7-year-old stealing cars or a flamboyant homosexual ranting against rapists. These clips go viral, get remixes and spread […]
The song’s source material could not have been more unlikely: A local TV news report from Huntsville, Ala., about an intruder who climbed into a woman’s bed and tried to assault her.
Antoine Dodson’s angry, head-shaking TV interview about an attempted rape against his younger sister in her bed has turned into a chart-topping iTunes song and YouTube hit and made the 24-year-old Alabama college student an Internet sensation.
Indigenous Peoples' DayThings You Wouldn't Have Without Native Americans
op-edTaking A Stand Against Forced Motherhood
women's history monthErika Alexander Narrates New Audible Series 'Finding Tamika'
#theblackballotKeturah Herron Wins Kentucky Special Election
#theblackballotImportant Primary Elections Happening This Week
black history monthRemembering Rosa Parks' Resistance Against Racism