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BEING MARY JANE
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Reactions include everything from shock to calls of "sexual assault."
Too much, too soon?
She joins the likes of Eva Longoria, Blake Lively, Jennifer Lopez, Doutzen Kroes and Liya Kebede.
Their Twitter war escalated quickly.
The visual EP is honoring those who tragically and unjustly lost their lives.
Featuring "American Idol" contestant La'Porsha Renae and singer and songwriter Elijah Blake.
Elijah Blake talks about not fully feeling resolve with his biological father and his relationship.
La'Porsha struggled with doubt during her time on “American Idol,” but knowing that where God guides, he will provide led her through her doubts.
The NBA superstar does say that facing and challenging situations "will enrich your life."
Blake Griffin and "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris are behind the project.