Media Questions Of The Week

1. Why didn't Essence magazine properly vet white editor Michael Bullerdick before hiring him and then needing to fire him over offensive Facebook postings? And to the people who think hiring him was a sign of "diversity" is that same kind of diversity going on at all the non-Black oriented publications?


2. Why is Carmen Bryan angry with Nas for making the song “Daughters” about his irresponsibility as a father but she didn’t think it was wrong to write a book detailing her personal business that one day her child would be able to read?

3. Is the remake of Uptown Saturday Night with Will Smith and Denzel Washington going to be good?