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Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta’s fiery pair Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J. are at it yet again.  Stevie J. has aired his dirty laundry so to speak for all to see but bleach is actually the culprit.  And at whose hands?  The award-winning music dynamo videoed an extensive array of clothing, shoes and other belongings that had been damaged by bleach.  It seems Stevie J. is pointing the finger of blame at his ‘wife’ Joseline whose perhaps out-of-control jealousy made her go bonkers with a bleach container.  Joseline however is denying, she had anything to do with the damages because she “loves” her ‘husband.’

Stevie J. told the celeb news outlet, he had been working diligently in the studio with R&B songstress Faith Evans and alluded to the fact that Joseline might have been jealous.  When the former Bad Boys Records “hitman” arrived home, he was thrown for a loop when he discovered, his clothing and furnishings had been trashed and bleached and the suspect who immediately came to mind was Joseline.  Among those ruined items:  a vintage $10,000 Bad Boy jacket that was gifted to him by mega music mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, $40,000 worth of clothing, $15,000 worth of Versace china and thousands of dollars worth of sneakers/shoes.  In addition, Stevie J. claims his estranged missus also destroyed several of his children’s Christmas gifts.

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Heather Thomson was at the top of her game as a New York City businesswoman, so why did she feel compelled to join the cast of a drama-filled reality show like Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City?  The now-former Real Housewife had a sit-down with Forbes to explain her leap from the boardroom to the TV screen.

When Heather joined RHONY back in 2012 she already had a lengthy and quite impressive resume.  She was the founding design director for the Sean “Diddy” Combs label, and had also worked as a stylist with the likes of such A-listers as Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé.  After nearly 20 years in the biz, Heather decided to make some moves for herself.  She had been noticing that there was a dire need for shapewear that was sexy, comfy and “yummie,” so she stepped out on a limb and launched her own line called Yummie, a brand of shape wear that has a patented three-panel system.  The company has now expanded to include bras, panties, denim, leggings, active and the latest and greatest, loungewear.