Junkie. Whore. Go-to girl. Clown. None of these terms are very nice, but they’ve been volleyed around on Mob Wives this season like it’s the U.S. Open, and Carla and Renee are playing center court.
In a brand new supercut we created, we’ve whittled down the best moments from their intense arguments so far this season into one tiny little package we’ve called “Hit Me With Your Best Shot.” It’s jam-packed full of colorful language (not that we’re surprised, these ladies can mold expletives like clay), heated drama, and butter knives.
This month, Draya Michele and Game share the cover of Urban Ink magazine, and dare we say they two of them together look HOT? Of course Draya looks amazing no matter what, but drape a leather bikini on the woman and hello! She gives us fever. And Game doesn’t look so bad himself, all that working out is definitely showing.
(We also love that the cover features the girls of Black Ink Crew, too!) For a closer look at the cover, click after the jump.
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Woo! We’re super excited today, because the cast of Black Ink Crew will be in our VH1 offices hanging out, and they’ll be live-chatting starting at 2 p.m. ET on Very VH1, our Spreecast talk show. Join Ceaser, Sassy, Puma and Dutchess, along with me, Liz Black, and your Very VH1 host Kate Spencer at 2PM EST and get your questions for the cast ready.
Check out the video above when the show begins at 2 p.m., and click on the comment icon in the upper right hand corner to participate in the chat.
VH1′S EMMY AWARDING-WINNING “VH1 ROCK DOCS” FRANCHISE JOINS SXSW FILM FESTIVAL IN MARCH WITH THE WORLD PREMIERE OF NAPSTER DOCUMENTARY “DOWNLOADED”
VH1 is proud to announce that this coming March, the latest film in our Rock Docs series, Downloaded, will make it’s world premiere at the South By Southwest Film Festival. The film, directed by Alex Winter, chronicles the historic and game-changing effect that Napster had on the digital community and beyond. SXSW will also feature two panel discussions with Winter, one of which will include Napster creators Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker as well as several other special guests. Find out more information about the film and the festival schedule below, and check out the trailer for the film here.
Napster Founders Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker Tell Exclusive, First Time Story on The Rise and Fall of Napster
SXSW Will Include Two Panel Discussions Moderated by “Downloaded” Director/Actor Alex Winter
NEW YORK, NY- January 15, 2012 – VH1′s Emmy award-winning “Rock Docs” franchise will present the world premiere of the long awaited story of the monumental rise and fall of Napster with the documentary “Downloaded” at the SXSW Film Festival. Directed by Alex Winter, “Downloaded” will make its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on Sunday, March 10 at the Paramount Theater. Read more…
Last week, Basketball Wives star Jennifer Williams coyly confirmed that she’s got a new love, music exec Cisco Rosado. Today, we have further proof of their blossoming romance, because the two showed up together at the BET New York premiere of The Real Husbands Of Hollywood last night. Check out a full-length pic of the pair after the jump.
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“Are you sleeping with Joe Budden or not?” Charlamagne asked Love And Hip Hop star Raqi Thunda immediately after introducing her in this interview from today’s Breakfast Club show. “Absolutely not,” Raqi responds. “Never.”
From there, the interview gets even meatier (pardon the pun) because Raqi does admit she’s seen him naked because he’s a free spirit who doesn’t care who sees his junk. In this clip, Raqi discusses her relationships with Joe and Tahiry, Joe’s drug use, and why she’s not the type of person to tell all. She also addresses her nickname, “I.P.” so check out the interview above. In the clip below, Lore’l also joined the show to discuss her beef with Erica Mena. Read more…
Each week, we bring you the best live-tweets written by the cast of Love And Hip Hop as they watch the show in hopes that their behavior on Twitter might just outshine their behavior on-screen. This week, there’s actually more off-screen drama than we ever imagined. The issues between Erica and Lore’l have spun out of control and the ladies have some seriously harsh words and accusations for one another online, and Raqi Thunda‘s not holding her tongue either, although she hopes maybe she and Joe Budden can eventually work things out. Scroll through the best tweets from the cast in our gallery below to get the full story.
Joe Budden‘s a new face on Love And Hip Hop, but he’s been all over the music scene for quite a while. Over the years, he’s hung out with some of the biggest names in the game, from Usher to Reverend Run to Ice-T and Coco, who also know a thing or two about transitioning from music to the reality world.
Check out some of our favorite pics of Joe throughout the years hanging out with his pals, plus a shot of him with Tahiry while they were still together, and of course a gratuitous shirtless shot of him on stage, just because we couldn’t resist.
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“It’s time for a shake-up on this boat. Somebody’s got to go overboard,” Ceaser, the boss who feels like he hasn’t been treated as an authority figure much lately, says at the beginning of Black Ink Crew. There’s been a lot of questionable behavior from his subordinates lately, and O’S**t, one of his main tattoo artists, is guilty of barely showing up and doing shoddy work when he does. Ceaser has just about had enough. Read more…
On tonight’s Black Ink Crew, we learned that one of Alex‘s many talents is as a model, and she showed us her stuff during a photo shoot for Urban Ink magazine. O’S**t was so impressed with her posing (and the fact that he was wedged in near “her cheeks”) that he declared that he was going to marry her. So of course we thought you needed a closer look at her in action.