Serena Williams Upgrades Education Internationally

via African Leadership

Her non-profit, the Serena Williams Fund partnered with Helping Hands Jamaica to build the Salt Marsh Primary School.

The mission of her charity is to help “individuals or communities effected by senseless violence, and ensure equal access to education.

The school in Jamaica is the third school Serena has built.

Previous secondary schools were created in partnership with Build Africa Schools in Uganda, Kenya and Zimbabwe .

Teyana Taylor struts NYC

There is definitely a project in the works where Teyana Taylor is concern… She struts down Manhattan streets in New York filming… She’s had a successful year thus far following Kanye West’s “Fade” single, Vogued down the runway during fashion week and received a FaceTime call with her idol Janet Jackson…

Beastmode goes Star Wars

Controversial football player Marshawn Lynch plays voice over in this clip above, lately he’s been under scrutiny for his ejection from a game recently for stopping a fight against his cousin Marcus Peters… Peep our social media @theQweens__com for details #Beastmode #MarshawnLynch #SeattleSeahawks

Russell Simmons × Life Camp

A couple weeks back, Queens native Russell Simmons chats about peace, love, and positive vibes amongst former street hustlers turned urban activist… in the office of Erica Ford’s Life Camp office in Southside Queens.

Recap: Hazel E vs. Shoe Dazzle

Side Bar: Last we checked, the real come up in the whole ordeal is actually Hazel E … Shoe Dazzle still owes her money if they haven’t paid already… #oops