Zoe Zorka

Zoe has been a staff writer at The Source since January of 2017. She specializes in pop culture, music, tech, politics, women's issues, and more. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @zoeshrugged.

Top 10 Sneakers for Kamala Harris to Cop This Spring

Kamala Harris Claps Back at Donald Trump After his Farewell Message: 'See You at Your Trial'

Let’s face it- being the Vice President of the United States isn’t an easy job. Leading the free world requires you to be on your feet all the time- both metaphorically and literally. It’s no secret that Kamala Harris is a fan of sneakers and that she’s an incredibly busy woman, so did the work […]

SXSW Kicks off Virtual Online Festival

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Almost a year ago, the iconic South by Southwest (SXSW) festival was the first major festival to announce its cancellation in light of the global pandemic. This year the festival picked back up, but in a very different format than years past. Similar to the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW is almost entirely virtual this year, […]

Kodak Black Shows off New “Trump Ties” Bling

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Less than a month after being pardoned by former President Trump, Rapper Kodak Black is showing some love to the polarizing former politician with a jaw-dropping piece of jewelry. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information In an interview with Fat Joe on his Instagram, Kodak Black appeared with his attorney Brad Cohen to talk about the […]

6ix9ine Escalates Beef With Director Karam Gill Ahead of Docuseries Release

King Von Has a Strong Opinion of Women Who Listen to Tekashi 6ix9ine

It seems as if Tekashi 6ix9ine has beef with literally everyone this week. A few days ago, he got into a confrontation with fellow hip-hop artist Meek Mill and today, he is clapping back at director Karam Gill, the director of a short docuseries about the controversial rapper and artist. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information […]

Sundance Wrap Up: Blackhouse (Virtually) Showcases Black Talent


For several years, the Blackhouse has been one of the hottest spots on Park City’s Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival. This year, the physical festival might have been canceled, but that didn’t stop the Blackhouse from packing the (virtual) house, showcasing top black talent within the entertainment industry at their virtual lounge. The […]

Social Justice and Technology Take Center Stage at Sundance Film Festival


This year’s Sundance Film Festival may have been shorter and with far less fanfare and frills than years past, but that didn’t stop dozens of feature films, events, and exhibitions from shining. This year’s festival was largely remote, allowing viewers to tune in from virtually anywhere in the world.  Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Rather […]

Full Biden-Harris Inauguration Day Schedule


Earlier this morning, former President Donald Trump exited the White House to a traditional 21-gun salute, paving the way for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to be sworn in as the country’s 46th President and Vice President later today in an event-filled day that will culminate with performances by some of the […]

Sundance Film Festival Unveils Full Virtual Event Lineup and Programming

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It was one year ago that celebrities, fans, and paparazzi began to descend on Park City for the 2020 annual Sundance Film Festival to see some of the year’s best movies as well as attend star-studded events, panels, and lounges. While there will be films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, it will look very […]

Drake Is All in His Feelings After Not Being Included in IG Post

Drake Announces 'Certified Lover Boy' Delay: 'My Energy Has Been Dedicated to Recovery'

It’s no secret that Drake is no stranger to both heartache and internet beef. This weekend, he got a little bit of both when comedian and social media personality Druski neglected to include Drake in a series of Instagram posts. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information Druski, an internet comedian from Georgia, already had a wide […]

Bow Wow Clowned for Overcrowded Boat IG Post


Bow Wow has done it again. Just under four years after an infamous IG post led to the rapper’s widespread ridicule on social media, Bow Wow is back in the news for his less-than-luxurious lifestyle. This time the hip-hop artist is being mocked for showing about a dozen people on a very small boat (and […]

Hip-Hop Community Reacts to Anarchy at Capitol

Mob of Rioters Storm Capitol Building in D.C. Stopping Electoral Vote Count

The events surrounding the presidential election certification have left one woman dead, countless people injured, and the nation’s capitol in disarray as mobs of protestors rushed the capitol building in DC, temporarily halting the election certification process. Politicians from both sides of the aisle took to social media to express their outrage- as did celebrities […]

TikTok Activists Continue to Play a Major Role in Georgia Senate Runoff Election

Oracle Strikes Deal for TikTok After Microsoft's Bid Gets Rejected

The 2020 Presidential election was unprecedented in many ways- voter turnout, record absentee voting in light of the pandemic, and the use of TikTok, the latest social media platform that could be a game-changer for the upcoming Georgia Senate Runoff Election.  Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information With restrictions or limitations on many traditional in-person campaigning […]

SOURCE SPORTS: Steph Curry Discusses Return to Basketball Following Injury


While 2020 has been a rough year for most Americans, it has been especially rough for NBA basketball legend Steph Curry. The Golden State Warriors superstar joined daytime talk show host Tamron Hall alongside his wife Ayesha Curry to discuss their mission to help underprivileged children through their Eat. Learn. Play. foundation. Curry also spoke […]

Machine Gun Kelly Claps Back at Eminem’s Latest Disses

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For the second time this year, Eminem dropped a surprise album at midnight on a Friday morning with Music to be Murdered By-Side B, a follow up to January’s Music to be Murdered By. The album, which has largely received positive reviews, showcases the legendary artist’s signature versatility, complex lyrics, and of course- subtle and […]

Last-Minute Gifts for Hip-Hop Fans

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With less than a week until Christmas, you might be scrambling for last minute gifts for people on your list. While there’s certainly no shortage of new electronics on the market, a personal gift is almost always better (unless you’re one of the lucky ones to secure a PS5). But fear not! We have assembled […]

First Batch of COVID-19 Vaccine Ships Under Armed Guards

First Batch of COVID-19 Vaccine Ships Under Armed Guards

There may be a glimmer of hope in the global fight against COVID-19 as cases, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to rise. The first shipments of the approved Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine shipped over the weekend under the escort of U.S. Marshalls. Visit streaming.thesource.com for more information This marks a critical milestone in the fight against COVID-19 […]

Who’s Who of the Cabinet: A Current Breakdown of Biden’s Cabinet Picks


With the presidential inauguration just over a month away, President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris are on pace to have a full cabinet by the time that they take the oath of office on January 21, 2021. So who do they have on the roster already? Here’s a who’s who of the current […]