Oooh! Is it so sad that I waited all week for last night’s Love & Hip Hop Hollywood just to see Ray J’s lady fall in the pool? Geez Louise! I heard on the radio that this fool gets upwards of $30,000 A MONTH for sales of his sex tape with Kim Kardashian, and he made $50,000 last week alone when sales spiked thanks to Kim’s Paper magazine cover. My internet is still working though, so I’m going to say that was a fail. :)
The episode begins with Nia going to Morgan’s to talk about the upheaval in her life. She wasn’t able to tell Soulja Boy until after she suffered a miscarriage. Nia informed him via text, telling him that she didn’t think he even cared. He ended up doing the mature thing and blocking her on Instagram and Twitter. Morgan wishes that men in general would learn to be more understanding, and Nia breaks down in tears. She feels that she may need a break from the relationship.
Hold the phone! Did y’all know there are people out there who think the blossoming new love between pimp momager Kris Jenner and her younger beau Corey Gamble is anything less than true and pure? In fact, some naysayers think that this relationship only seeks notoriety and media attention. Seriously people, are we really that jaded?
I, for one, think there is nothing more beautiful than seeing a krazy kougar with a man who clearly wants women in the spotlight. It’s a match made in heaven…or at least Ryan Seacrest’s version of heaven. Of course, in the wise words of T-Swizzle (love her, don’t judge), the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate. Corey’s ex Sheree Buchanan, ironically (or not so much?) of Atlanta Exes, is speaking out about the pair’s tumultuous relationship.
Apparently, the Judge who is presiding over Kelly Hyland’s lawsuit against Abby Lee Miller has never actually watched Dance Moms. Or maybe she did, and while she knows that Abby is nothing but hateful and cruel to her poor, sweet students (Maddie excepted, of course), Her Honor knows that the mothers featured on the Lifetime hit are every bit as crazy and ridiculous.
Whatever the case (no pun intended!), Kelly’s allegations of defamation and the infliction of emotional distress against Abby have been booted from her original complaint. The suit alleging $5 million in damages is still going forward, but it is now focusing on the remainder of Kelly’s claims, including negligence and breach of contract. I can’t wait to see how this plays out in court, y’all!
You know what I’d do with the paycheck if I ended up on a reality show (listen up, Andy Cohen!)? I’d pay off my flippin’ student loans. I would not buy a car (although the show’s producers would probably buy one for me so as not to embarrass the rest of the cast with my ride), I would not not live above my means…I would just start slowly chipping away at my massive law school debt. What is it with people that they don’t think they need to pay their bills after they receive a little bit of fame?
I’m looking at you, Benzino. You know I adore you, but you didn’t use your Mona money to get a neck implant, and you sure as heck didn’t use it to pay back Uncle Sam. Now, before y’all start in on me, I realize that Benzino’s career in hip hop began long before his stint on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, as did his money problems. Geez Louise, though! Pay your debts, dude!
Last night’s Love & Hip Hop Hollywood didn’t really bring the drama full force. Everything just kind of happened. People yelled, but they stopped yelling before the hair pulling could ensue. The cast, for the most part, was calm and kind–by their standards at least! And, I didn’t have to have my eyes assaulted with any of Nikki’s mesh ensembles! That’s a win.
Apryl, Omarion and Leslie are in so much love with baby Mega. Not only is Omarion amazed at how well his girlfriend and his mother getting along, the women are bonding over motherhood. Apryl is waiting for her mom to come visit, but she has a totally different relationship with her than Omarion has with Leslie. She tears up discussing the distance between she and her mother, and she vows not to be that kind of mother to her son. Apryl wants a second grandmother for Mega, and Leslie now seems to better understand her son’s girlfriend. Enough about this craziness…show us the precious baby!
First comes love, then comes marriage…now is it time for the baby carriage? Well, for this couple, it was more like, first come reality villains, then comes crystals, then perhaps a Montag-Pratt bambino? Lord help us all!
Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt rose to fame on The Hills as a relatively normal, if not slightly obnoxious couple. However, once they got that first taste of notoriety, the pair continued to violate our television screens as the resident bad guys with a penchant for severe plastic surgery and glassy igneous rocks. They’ve been relatively quiet of late, but I’m not going to hold my breath that they stay that way, given that they’re scheduled to be on the upcoming season of WE’s Marriage Boot Camp. Could they be prepping to become a party of three?
Well, well, well. It seems Kris Jenner may want to put a muzzle on her new boyfriend. The pimp momager matriarch has been stepping out with the much younger Corey Gamble, and he hasn’t learned that what happens (or doesn’t happen) behind closed doors should, well, stay there. In his defense, the Kardashians have invited camera crews into every aspect of their lives, so he probably figures that the beans he’s spilling have been caught on film at some point.
The thirty-three year old recently opened up Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s relationship (or lack thereof) in an interview with entertainment blog SandraRose.com, but it has since been taken down from the site. I guess you don’t mess with Kris! Thankfully, it’s the Internet and nothing truly ever goes away (take note, teens!), so we’ve got the scoop on what he said.
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood gets more and more ridiculous every week…so why do I love it? That’s easy…just ask the former B2Kers! Last night’s episode begins, and the unveiling of the Face of Ace of Diamonds has totally floored Nikki. She can’t believe that Masika thinks her face will grace any inch of property owned by her parents. Hazel is spying from the bar, and Teairra can’t be bothered with her former friend. The fireworks between Nikki and Masika are going to be far more exciting. All four women (for lack of a better word) come together to air their issues. When Hazel tries to talk a big game about Berg and Teairra, Masika then recites the laundry list of rumors that Hazel has been spreading about Teairra. Is this really a club opening because no one seems fazed by these four crazy women screaming in the bar? Plus, there only seem to be about five other people there. The evening is taken over as the girls gang up on Hazel, leaving Nikki a bit disappointed she wasn’t able to go off on Masika as planned.
After her smack down by Moniece, Amanda wants Fizz to put his baby mama in her place. She’s been trying to reach him, but he’s been ignoring her since she stepped out on him again. Amanda glosses over what she and Moniece were saying to each other before the hair pulling occurred, and she basically tells Fizz he needs to check his ex. Fizz reminds Amanda that she shouldn’t have taken it upon herself to meet up with Moniece (especially when they were on a break), and all she hears is that he isn’t on her side.