If you’re an Xscape fan, you’re probably still riding high off of their 2017 reunion and their Bravo produced reality hit “Just Kicking It.” But Kandi Burruss, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, LaTocha and Tamika Scott, have much more in store for their fans. The ladies recently inked a deal under producer Mona Scott Young and Bravo, […]
No apology is going to fix Hazel E‘s career–especially now that Mona Scott-Young has decided she’s done with her. Hazel has been fired from Love & Hip Hop Hollywood, but it actually has nothing to do with her homophobic comments. TMZ.com reports that producers for the show decided to axe her from the show on […]
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is nothing without Joseline Hernandez, if you ask her. Joseline has been hinting for months that she was quitting the VH1 reality show over her salary dispute with show creator, Mona Scott-Young. She even went so far as to attend the last reunion and refuse to come out on stage. […]
Joseline Hernandez might have written a new song about her former Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta boss, Mona Scott Young. The VH1 star left LHHATL in a blaze of petty as she announced her exit via Instagram, demanding that Mona pay her what she is owed. Since leaving the show, Joseline has been working pretty […]
The ladies of Xscape will be taking you inside their reunion with a new reality show. We thought it was too good to be true when Xscape announced they would get back together for the Essence Festival, but then they announced they would be doing a docuseries. Now we know where that show has landed! […]
The Puerto Rican princess has left the building...supposedly.
Bianca fails at trying to seduce Drewski, but succeeds at pissing Sky off, Yandy locks Erika out of her apartment, and more.
Just in time for the holidays, Love and Hip Hop: New York is back. While most of the cast is hardly recognizable, the drama is still the same!
https://instagram.com/p/8CnvDTzFHV/?taken-by=siirbrock Since the shows inception, Love & Hip Hop has been ostracized for its negative and stereotypical depictions of African Americans. From drink throwing, to weave pulling and women who can’t seem to find a man that’s faithful and not behind on his child support. The New York, Atlanta and Hollywood franchises are unfortunately everyone’s […]