VH1 Gossip Roundup For The Week Of 3/23/12: DMX Gets Sued, Evelyn Named One Of TV’s Top Ten Bad Girls


  • Big Ang tells the Daily Beast she’s a cougar and talks about her criminal past, her husband, and of course, plastic surgery.
  • Couples Therapy star DMX is having a big week in the news, and he reportedly is being sued after a tour he booked never took place. [Eurweb]
  • What Chilli Wants star Tionna Smalls has some harsh words about Basketball Wives and why she’s not watching anymore. [Popular Critic]
  • House Of Consignment star Corri McFadden on who she wants to meet from the VH1 family: “I really want to meet Big Ang from Mob Wives, and I want to meet T.I. and Tiny because I’m so intrigued by their relationship.” [Time Out Chicago]
  • Evelyn Lozada is on the cover of next month’s Juicy Magazine and she’s been named one of their Top Ten Reality TV Bad Girls. [Evelyn Lozada]

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    1. I really like big ang, I think that she is a sweet and real friend that will let u know how it is from the gate. without drama and confusion. big ang is a real and much respected lady. and i give all props to her for living her life in harmony! bigups to u big ang. peace your fan victoria. p.s big ang help renee.

    2. Laneeta & Darrius says:

      Our post comments are with intentions to save a life. The cast mates have children, family, and friends that love them very much. Money, Fame, and Fortune can never replace those we truly love.
      VH1– Should not wait until something major incident happens, before addressing the cast member’s health issues (mental and emotional).
      If a cast mate, mental and emotional state of mind is a threat to them self or anybody, then VH1 Management & Producers should removed them from the set immediately.

      High ratings, popularity, and signed contracts should never take priority of a life-threatening situation.
      It is obvious to viewers across the globe that Tami, Evelyn, and Kenya are suffering from mental disorder.