Posts By Shirea L. Carroll

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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Bonus – Will Hazel Be Able To Get Berg Out Her System?

It seems like everyone in Hazel E‘s life is letting her know she is Berg aren’t match – including her manager.

Hazel chats with her manager Dre over lunch to discuss working with Berg, and Dre decides it’s time to set her straight on how she should proceed to her mind focused on the business, and forget about the pleasure. Read more…

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The Cast Of Drumline: A New Beat Are More Like Their Characters Than You Think

Now that Drumline: A New Beat has premiered, the cast is spilling the tea comparing their characters to their fellow real life actors.

Yes, we found out what Alexandra Shipp‘s and Danni have in common, how Letoya Luckett carries herself just like Dean Phillips, and how Jordan Calloway bites his bottom lip more times in a day than Jayven LaPierre ever could. Read more…

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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Bonus – Morgan + Yesi Try To Have An Intervention With Ray

After making headlines for all the wrong reasons, Morgan and Yesi decide to pay Ray J a visit to have an intervention to let Ray know they feel alcohol abuse is causing him to self destruct.

“I don’t give a f**k how much ya’ll tell me about this emotional stuff, nobody can tell me I have a drinking problem,” Ray says refuting their claims. Read more…

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K. Michelle: My Life Supertrailer – Liposuction, Hairstyles, + A New Boo

It’s all about K. Michelle, her life, her music, her booty — her show. After being a part of the cast on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta and Love & Hip Hop New York respectively, K. Michelle will grace our VH1 screens solo. Read more…

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5 Reasons You Can’t Compare Drumline And Drumline: A New Beat

drumlinerecapAfter the airing of Drumline: A New Beat, we think it’s safe to say the modernized version was just a good as the original Drumline that premiered back in 2002.

Twitter wars that have been started trying to pit the two films against each other are going to be hard to win, considering the remake took a slightly different angle than the original to make it unique, but still had just enough similarities. Because both films were equally as good here are five reasons why we think you shouldn’t compare the two: Read more…

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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Bonus – Morgan Says Ray J Is Messing With Her Financial Stablilty

After getting harshly fired by Ray J, personal assistant Morgan Hardman sits down with Ray J’s girlfriend, Princess Love, to confide in her about the “financial rollercoaster” she feels she’s on with Ray.

“He doesn’t want it to ever be another Kim Kardashian situation,” says Morgan who feels Ray J would never help her grow into becoming more than an assistant in this never-before-seen footage.

Will either of them be the bigger person and apologize? Catch the next Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Mondays at 8 PM ET/PT.

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#NoFilter: Ray J On Princess Love, Teairra , Monica ‘Danger’ Leon + Sex Tape Regrets

We all know how long our pasts can haunt us, but for Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star Ray J he wants to make sure he only focuses on what’s ahead of him.

In this episode of #NoFilter, Ray J insists that he’s had to a lot of growth since his wild days on reality tv, and wants to ensure what’s in the past stays in the past, because all the moves he no makes are all about business.

Watch Ray J gives his uncensored and unfiltered answers on everything from Princess Love and Teairra Mari, to being on yet another reality show and how he’s changed since the sex tape. It gets real… Read more…

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The 10 Best Quotables From The Original Drumline Movie

Drumline3How could we ever forget the talented, but totally feeling himself Harlem dude Devon Miles, who tried to make it the South with street dreams and a snare? In 2002 Drumline became an instant Black classic, forever etching more than few memorable moments in our heads.

As we gear up for the premiere of the Drumline: A New Beat, we thought it be fun to go back to 2002 box office hit, and remember our top 10 favorite lines from the film: Read more…