Author: Emil Flemmon

Emil Flemmon

Èmil Flemmon is the Managing Editor for the 360 Baseline Movement. The Atlanta-based editor, red carpet interviewer, writer, and photographer, has had a career spanning over a decade in the editorial industry. His work has been featured in Kontrol Magazine, The Atlanta Voice, Blavity, Aspire TV, REVOLT, The Jasmine Brand, and Where Y'at Magazine in New Orleans. His mission is to help journalists and publicists have better connectivity and relationships exclusively through the movement.

So Vivica, would Frankie from Set It Off know the “procedure” for a good ole’ hater beat down? The veteran actress has evolved from her days appearing in soaps and countless cameos including The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Martin, and Family matters. Don’t forget her breakout roles in Independence Day and of course, Set It Off, where she played the brains behind the bank-robbing betties. The 57-year-old has been a constant fixture on the Lifetime network perfecting her skills and versatility. During the press run for the network’s Keeping Up With The Joneses, Fox admitted to concerns about working with…

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Are we still calling Keke Palmer Akeelah or True Jackson? The 28-year-old actress continues the press tour for her new film Nope, directed by Jordan Peele. Some may argue that her flowers have just arrived with the release of the sci-fi-based movie. With a career spanning over two decades, growing popularity with reels on social media, and the controversy surrounding her character’s same-sex kiss on Disney’s Lightyear, Palmer is thriving. Despite her veteran status as an actress, she hasn’t always gotten the roles she’s wanted throughout her career. Recently, Palmer opened up about a role she didn’t get earlier in…

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Grammy-winning rapper Lil Baby teamed up with business owner Lemont Bradley to employ 100 people under 21 in the Atlanta metro area, according to CBS46. “We are looking to give out 100 jobs to teenagers and young adults in the metro Atlanta area,” the two friends said. They added, “With the crime rate surrounding scams, robbery, and even murder being so high, we are looking to provide a positive outlet and revenue stream to those who are looking for an income.” Lil Baby, an Atlanta native, makes his coins through music, endorsements, and other projects. However, Bradley has one impressive…

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Wendy Williams’ brother, Tommy, claims his sister is “fighting and struggling” with her health. He uploaded a video on his YouTube page detailing why the famed talk-show host isn’t who she used to be, per The Jasmine Brand. “I’m very supportive of Wendy so I tried to keep things under wraps in terms of her health,” he said retracting earlier statements that his sister’s health was better than it actually is. “She is fighting, she is struggling. She is working her way back to being Wendy,” he said. “No, she is not the Wendy we all knew and it’s very…

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It’s okay Rosita, we like Big Bird anyway! After a video went viral of a mother calling out Sesame Place Philadelphia, the theme park has since then issued an apology. On July 17, the amusement center said, The performer portraying the Rosita charater has confired that the ‘no’ hand gesture seen several times in the video was not directed to any specific person. They added, It was a response to multiple requests from someon in the crowd who asked Rosita to hold their child for a photo which was not permitted. The Rosita performer did not intentionally ignore the girls…

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And “it won’t stop” according to Sevyn Streeter! The 36-year-old singer has had longevity in the music industry for a long time. From her girl group days in TG4 and RichGirl to her solo career with hit singles like “It Won’t Stop,” she’s been “it.” She recently performed at this year’s Essence Festival. Following her performance, Streeter dropped some encouraging words about seeing more Brown skin ladies in music.  When 360 asked how she feels seeing leading ladies such as Jazmine Sullivan, Summer Walker, Normani, Justine Skye, and Lizzo, to name a few, she said, “In all transparency [colorism has]…

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Kanye West continues his philanthropic efforts amid the pandemic aftermath. According to People, the Grammy-winning rapper donated to We Women Empowered, in his hometown of Chicago, and the Dream Center in Los Angeles. We Women Empowered founder and CEO Josephine “Mother,” Wade said in a statement,  “I don’t know how to even put into words the miracle that happened today to change the course of the Southside of Chicago. She added, “I am beyond gratified to know that in all of the suffering we have seen this week, through the tireless work to feed the hurting, hungry and lonely — all…

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When it comes to cheating, don’t tell Ne-Yo! Ne-Yo stopped by The Breakfast Club (Friday, July 15) to promote his new album, Self Explanatory. He dished on doing a Verzuz battle, strengthening his marriage, and more.  The songwriter detailed his feelings about infidelity and mishaps in his marriage to his wife, Crystal Renay.  In one song off the album, “Don’t Love Me,” Ne-yo explained that the track was about shortcomings as a husband. “I was basically telling her that you might be better off just leaving me alone because I don’t know if I’m gonna be able to be who…

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LeBron James has to dust his shoulders off to Boston fans. The 37-year-old Laker sat down on the latest episode of HBO’s “The Shop” and revealed that Boston fans aren’t very kind with their words. When asked, “Why do you hate Boston?” James sparred no sympathy for Celtics fans. “Cause they racist as f–k. They will say anything. And it’s fine. It’s my life, f–k I’ve been dealing with it my whole life,” he said.“ I don’t mind it. I hear it. If I hear somebody close by, I check them real quick, then move on to the game. They’re…

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“You can do what you want to do, In Living Color.”  Iconic and veteran comedian Damon Wayans recently chatted with New York’s Hot 97 (July 13) about how the hit show, “In Living Color,” influenced Super Bowl’s halftime show. Around the 32:42 mark, Wayans said, “We started the Super Bowl halftime show? Like we set it off. Before In Living Color, there were marching bands. There wasn’t even entertainment and then we came and did [the show] and had a huge audience. The next year [FOX Network] brought in Michael Jackson.” In the early 90s, FOX Network was awarded television…

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