As The Beyhive continues to terrorize Keyshia Cole via Twitter for her comments about Beyoncé’s latest music, I’m assuming Keri Hilson is somewhere swag surfin’ in celebration of falling a few slots down the hit list. Meanwhile, Me'Shell Ndegéocello is offering Keyshia some sound advice, writing on her Facebook page: “I, too, once felt it was necessary to give my two cents but the world is in real need of more detailed, nuanced analyses. Don’t take things out of context.” Remember, kids: Beyoncé stans are everywhere. [Facebook]

Don’t let the squeaky voice and giggles fool you, La Toya Jackson will read you your rights if you come at her the wrong way. In the most recent edition of Celebrity Apprentice, Toy-Toy said, “Omarosa’s fiance passed away not long ago. He had a heart attack, I’m sure she gave it to him.” And after being fired by Donald Troll Trump, quipped, “Omarosa is the most evil person I have ever met. She’s a no good, conniving scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke [sic].” Now Omarosa is threatening legal action. Who’s bad? [Clutch]

Otis Lloyd hasn't paid child support in more than two years, prompting Scott County Chancery Judge David Clark to order him to where a sign saying: "I haven't paid child support and I'm in contempt of court." However, Lloyd’s family says he shouldn’t be holding the sign outside because he has cancer. The NAACP has visited Lloyd and may take up his case. Why not compromise and allow him to be shamed in an air-conditioned building? [Crunk + Disorderly]

Frank Ocean may only show one facial expression most of the time in photographs (though it is a good one), but that hasn’t stopped him from landing a deal to become spokesperson for the LA label Band of Outsiders. [The Fader]

If you love YouTube personality Kid Fury, you’ll be happy to know that he has a new podcast by way of The Combat Jack Show called “The Read” with co-host, Crissle. [So Furious]

In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s a nice rundown of 10 Black feminists/womanists we all should know. [For Harriet]

Now that Steve Harvey has proven that Black men can get loads of white people to watch them on daytime the same way Katie Couric can, Cedric The Entertainer has been tapped to replace Meredith Viera as the host of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? [Deadline]

Your misguided cousin who stormed the stage during Kansas City Mayor Sly James’ “State of the City” speech has been charged with two misdemeanors. [theGrio]

The Kang of R&B, best known to nonbelievers as Bobby Brown, turned himself in to begin a 55-day jail sentence over a DUI conviction. Be strong, Bobby…and good luck on finally letting go of that brown. [TMZ]

Blow the whistle: Too Short was arrested on charges of DUI and felony narcotics possession. [TMZ]

While many adore Justin Timberlake’s soulfulish new album, The 20/20 Experience, apparently not everyone is twirking nonstop and singing off key to it. [Soulbounce]

Dawn Richard of Danity Kane fame recently revealed a new-looking nose, though it’s unclear if the results are due to contouring or cosmetic surgery. [Necole Bitchie]

Future loves himself a Ciara and says she’s got a classic album waiting for us. [YouTube]

On calls for mainstream publications to feature more people of color, Jada Pinkett Smith wrote on her Facebook page: “Should women extend their power to other women simply because they are women? To my women of color, I am clear we must have something of our own, but is it possible to share in the spirit in which we ask our white sisters to share with us?”

Perhaps I’m missing something here, but I thought it was well known that Black publications were started in response to exclusion by their majority counterparts, and unlike publications like Cosmo, they don’t purport to be for representing all women, hence the demand for greater diversity? And why would the burden of inclusion be placed on the folks who don’t have the means to solve the problem? [Facebook]

Michael Arceneaux is a Houston-bred, Howard-educated writer and blogger. You can read more of his work on his site, The Cynical Ones. Follow him on Twitter: @youngsinick