DMV’s own Mya takes over Lifetime in a major way for Christmas. Her movie “My Favorite Christmas Melody” premiered this week. Take a look and look out for the encore now on BridgeTV.
Wale takes over The Washington Football Team halftime show and gets a gold record. Right now, our brother cannot be stopped and we are loving all his new wins. Songstress Ari Lennox shares her thoughts after her recent wrongful arrest in Amsterdam due to racial discrimination.
So, this week the Maryland Department of Health experienced a cyber attack on their network. The attack forced the entire agency to take its website offline and halted the department’s reporting of Maryland’s COVID-19 statistics for a few days. This included new cases, deaths, and hospitalizations from the virus.
Congratulations to Virgnina’s own Masego on his two Grammy nominations. While we’re in VA, Pharrell and Kanye hint to us that there might be a new hit on the horizon as they bop and weave to some unheard-of music, look now on BridgeTV.
Made in the DMV releases its “Best DMV Artists Of 2021” list, take a look. While on the subject, Fat Trel tells us his journey of living in D.C. and the battle of staying or going from the area. DMV’s own Cordae links up with the G.O.A.T, the one behind Drake and Nicki Minaj, the one and only Lil Wayne!
D.C. Council will pass a new bill later this month that gives residents the chance to get a digital driver’s license or I.D. card.
DC’s own Dave Chappelle makes it home to his alma mater, Duke Ellington School of the Arts. It was beautiful to see him overcome the backlash from the school in relation to his Netflix special controversy.
Let’s get an update from D.C. Health. Families can now make appointments for at-home vaccinations for children ages 5-11, all people 5 and older are able to get vaccinated and booster shots.
Well, there you have it, Ladies & Gentlemen. This sums up What’s Going On D.C. Follow me @TheMediaPrince on everything and follow the hashtag #WGODC.