All’s been quiet on Mob Wives of late–too quiet. While Love and Carla continue to talk about each other to everyone around them, there haven’t been any face-to-face screaming matches, save for Ramona and Karen‘s familial bickering. It feels about time for someone–or something–to explode, and because all good fight take place in a public arena, enter Karen’s prenup party.
Archives: March 2013
When the time came to find a theme song for VH1’s new series, Wicked Single, our team need not look any further than Oakland native Ricky Reed and Wallpaper. For a show that follows fun-loving young professionals in Boston, their infectious sound amplifies this cast of characters who offer just the right amount of comedy and cat fights.
On Monday’s season finale of Love And Hip Hop, Erica and Rich‘s relationship is put to the test yet again when the subjects of intentions and Tiffany come into play. “If anybody keeps it real it’s me,” Erica tells her man during her makeup event at Nail Lounge NY (hey, I know that place!).
On last week’s Mob Wives. we learned a bit more about Love‘s past, and prepared ourselves for what’s to come: either a hair-pulling, screamfest between two women who’ve never met, or Love seasoning Carla with fresh ground pepper before digging in for a bedtime snack.
While La La Anthony has been spotted wearing Draya Michele‘s miniscule Mint bikinis in public, the Basketball Wives LA star has some teeny, tiny looks of her own to show off. Draya turned heads while shopping in Beverly Hills, Calif. this week, wearing short shorts and Louboutins–arguably one of the only instances those familiar red bottoms weren’t the first thing onlookers noticed–and experiencing a slight wardrobe malfunction in the process.
As the temperatures slowly begin to rise, those comfy layers that have been keeping us warm all winter long will soon drop to our closet floors. With a new season comes a new wardrobe, and who better to advise us on what items are worth spending our hard-earned money on than Jen The Pen?
It was Lil Wayne who declared “I ain’t got no worries,” but it’s Winter who’s seriously worry free about any backlash from her upcoming book Game Over: My Love for Hip-Hop. And just in case anyone’s feeling a little froggy she’s changed her cell number. Read more…
Say hello to Candice Williams, everyone! After The Gossip Game kicks off Monday, April 1st at 9pm ET/PT, you’ll be getting to know the woman who goes by “Ms. Drama” quite well over the next eight weeks.
There’s a different between “want” and “need.” “I want you in my life, I don’t need you in my life,” Drita reminds her formerly incarcerated husband, Lee, any woman wanting to argue about silly stuff, and all salespeople who dare underestimate her knowledge of fresh kicks. Typically, though, the Mob Wives women get what they want AND what they need, thanks to their assertive, intimidating, and straight-up lady boss behavior.