I bet Momma Dee would find this behavior absolutely deplorable. I'm only kidding, of course. In her eyes, son Lil' Scrappy can do wrong, so trashing a hotel room wouldn't be his fault. A prince can do whatever he wants in his castle…unless that castle was a room reserved for him with a club promoter's credit card.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star is being accused of doing $2000 worth of damage to a hotel room in McAllen, Texas last weekend. Not surprisingly, Scrappy claims it's not his problem.
It's a good day to be one of the Mowry twins. I've adored them both since Sister Sister, so naturally I was obsessed with their reality show on Oxygen. I guess I need to start checking out Nickelodeon and DVR-ing the The Real to get my fix of Tia and Tamera.
Tia has been starring in the show Instant Mom on Nick at Nite, and it's been wildly successful for the network. Meanwhile Tamera's talk show The Real has been picked up by BET and Fox for a two-year run after proving to be a hit in its test markets.
Please spare me. I used to be a gym, tan, laundry fanatic. No, I didn't go to the gym or tan obsessively, but adored the drunken fools of the Jersey Shore who did. I still find myself saying "cabs are heeyah" on the rare occasion I take a taxi somewhere. Of course, for the most part, those crazy kids are all grown up (kind of) and having children of their own. We should all be very afraid!
The most recent parenthood convert is DJ Pauly D who is embroiled in a legal battle with the mother of his five-month-old daughter Amabella. What kind of hybrid name is that? She is a precious baby though!
Access Atlanta is reporting that Cynthia is teaming up with MiddleMan Fresh for an afternoon complete with a runway show, make-up tips from the pros, and freebies. According to the site, the event will take place at the Wal-Mart off of Cascade Road on Research Center Drive, and organizers promise "models showcasing fall beauty and apparel looks styled by MiddleMan Fresh. The event will also include beauty consultations and giveaways from well-known brands while supplies last. Radio station V103 FM will be live on location." That's all well and good, but will any of Cynthia's cast mates be in attendance? You'll have to go and let us know!
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The Robertson family of Duck Dynasty never ceases to amaze me. Not only do they have a reality show that is good, clean fun and no drama (you can actually watch with your kids!), they are constantly giving back to their community while living up to their motto of faith, family, and ducks.
Of course, the best part about this crew is that they don't pretend to be perfect. What an odd concept in the land of reality stars! Patriarch Phil Robertson never hides the fact that he was a less than stellar husband and father in his younger years, and now a new documentary explores the Robertson's past.
It's a sad day for Yandy Smith, as it seems that fiance Mendeecees Harris isn't going to be coming home any time soon. While he managed to be cleared of the charges regarding sexual acts with a minor, he is sitting in jail awaiting trial for a drug trafficking conspiracy.
On this season's Love & Hip Hop, when Peter Gunz isn't playing every lady in life, Yandy is awaiting news of Mendeecees sentencing. I do hope for the sake of his kids that what I'm writing about is still just speculation, but it appears that Mendeecees' fate has been sealed. It's not good.
I must say that Preachers of L.A. has grown on me much more than I thought possible. I adore Jay Heazlip and Ron Gibsonalthough only their wives were featured last night. Wayne Chaney is definitely growing on me. Noel Jones is hilarious…not on purpose, which makes him even more funny. Deitrick Haddon no longer makes me want to change the channel. Clarence McClendon is also, yeah, um… At least he was on hiatus again. If this were Bravo, I'd classify him as a "friend of the preachers."
Last night's episode begins with LaVette Gibson doing what she does best…meddling. She has called Jay's wife Christy and Wayne's wife Myesha to join her for lunch so they can impart some last minute advice on Dominique before she weds Dietrick. Of course the ladies don't know about their quickie marriage a few weeks before so they could cohabitate not in sin. LaVette is sad that she and Ron will have to miss the ceremony due to a trip to Haiti. Dominique wants to know how the women enjoy their husbands outside of the church together. Myesha is quick to "connecting frequently" because she won't say "sex." LaVette likes to experiment with different locales when getting busy. As Dominique notes she's a pastor's wife in the streets but a freak in the sheets.