“Have you ever heard of an empath? Well I am one of the many roaming the earth; I absorb feelings and emotions around me, and let me tell you, the range of emotions in this Boca house was off the charts,” explains Dina.
Before she stopped by Watch What Happens Live, LuAnn was in The Village earlier in the night and shared with Andy that her co-stars were less than gracious. “Tonight we were at the Arts Club down in the village and they were at this party and I was told that they wanted to sit at another table rather than be at the same table with me. Love it, that’s fine. It’s cool. ” LuAnn laughed the whole thing off, naturally.
Andy asked, “did Ramona play dumb when she saw you?” LuAnn replied sarcastically “No, she is always soo very nice.” She added, “She tried to organize a little bit before. You know how shifty Ramona is. She is very shifty.”
Is anyone else worried that someone is really going to get injured (injured bad!) on this season of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood? These broads love to fight! Wait, how am I just now noticing that this is the first L&HH franchise that has boys men featured in the credits? I must overuse the fast forward button! Anyhoo, the show resumes with Teairra Mari and Hazel fighting over stolen thunder and non-existent relationships, when Ray-J arrives to dump on the party. Literally. He tosses a box full of Teairra’s things on the floor of the tattoo salon, telling her that he hated her blatant disrespect at his launch party. Ray-J has returned her Monistat and various other lady parts over the counter medications. At this point, Teairra tries to charge him, and he promises producers that he won’t hit a woman. Even though Hazel is still upset with her friend, she goes to bat against Ray-J. Her sometimes/former/friend/roommate deserves better treatment from this “has been.” Her words, not mine.
Nia is still upset with Soulja Boy for lying to her about another woman. He is just ready to move past the silliness. She looks like a young twenty-something lying in bed with a very tatted twelve-year-old. It’s creepy how young he looks. But hey, when he’s forty, he’ll finally look of age! Soulja placates Nia by promising to step up to the plate and change his flirtatious ways. He’ll even change his number if she’ll just stop nagging him! Meanwhile, Apryl is concerned about Omarion’s upcoming tour. She certainly doesn’t want to be left alone with his hateful mother. Omarion hates being caught in the middle of the two ladies in his life.
Our favorite Atlanta bad girl, Kenya Moore, has had quite the busy summer. Not only is she filming the seventh season of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, but according to Kenya herself via Twitter, she also spent much of the summer traveling and working on a new TV show. Celebrity Apprentice, perhaps?
But that was not the only breaking news that Kenya was willing to share. Another fan asked about a book she may be writing and the answer may very well astound you.
Yes.. this is happening. No.. it will not star Phaedra Parks and Teresa Giudice and air on Bravo. Prison Wives Club premieres October 28 on Lifetime.
“Prison Wives Club follows four women living with their decisions to fall in love with and remain married to convicted felons. While facing judgment from their friends and families, each episode explores how these women struggle to find normalcy despite their unconventional choices when it comes to the men in their lives,” shared the network. “Restricted to limited contact with their spouses who are serving sentences ranging from ten years to life, the ladies band together for support; but this group comes with its own sentence as they don’t always agree on how to behave as a wife on the outside.”
If you recall, Peter was haggling with the landlord in court amid allegations that he owed $100,000 in back rent, fees, taxes, and utilities. The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star countered that he did pay but the landlord, but maintains the landlord wasn’t depositing the money in the bank to pay bills. Peter claims that as a result the building lapsed into foreclosure.
The owners listed the property for sale in March. Peter and Cynthia tried to buy it but someone else outbid them, so Bar One is on the move! While initially distressing given the “success” of the venue, Cynthia acknowledges it was probably for the best. “We had a lot of problems. It’s a residential neighborhood and people didn’t like the music and cars. People were always complaining.”
Yolanda Foster and David Foster have reason to celebrate this morning – the Miracle Gala and Concert, hosted by the David Foster Foundation in Canada on Saturday night, raised over eight million dollars for families with children in need of organ transplants. The non-profit foundation provides financial support to the families for non-medical expenses.
Yolanda shared the picture above, adding, “Happy campers. We raised 8.2 M tonight at the David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala in Calgary, Canada. #Proud #BeADonorSaveALife”