Everyone agrees Amanda should quit playing games with her relationship with Fizz aka Dreux and his son Kameron — including her mama.
Amanda drops by her mother’s house and finds out that not only does her own mother think she wasting Fizz’s time by not being honest and letting him know she isn’t ready for the kind of relationship Fizz needs, but throws shade when she tells her daughter she doesn’t even think she’s mature enough to handle it.
Find out what happens when her mom questions whether or not Amanda is even in love with Fizz in the first place, and catch the the next episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Mondays at 8 PM ET/PT.
While in L.A. for The Arsenio Show K. Michelle meets up with her West coast friends to share something extremely personal with her crew.
“I was playing with my vagina before I left…and I used her toy and it blew up,” K. Michelle says without missing a beat. After admitting it time to replace her sex toys with the real thing, her friends suggest maybe it wouldn’t be a bad idea to think about the swinger lifestyle. Read more…
On this episode of Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip the girls must learn to deal with their fears. Whether it was interacting with local livestock, or public speaking in front of church congregation, Tiny and Shekinah face whatever roadblocks that come their way head on.
Check out the week’s top 3 moments from our newest show, Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip that were entertaining enough — we thought it be nice to see it twice. Read more…
Over the weekend Love & Hip Hop star Erica Mena celebrated her 27th birthday, with a masquerade ball thrown and hosted by her fiance Shad Moss aka Bow Wow.
Held at the Jazz Room in NYC, masks were a must for Erica’s friends and colleagues who gathered for the black tie affair sponsored by Mane Choice. Mob Wives’ Ramona Rizzo came out to wish the Erica a happy birthday, and the night ended with a surprise performance by Def Jam Recordings artist Troy Ave. Read more…
K. Michelle is out here grinding. Not only is she staring in her own reality show K. Michelle: My Life and dropping her next album Anyone Want To Buy A Heart in December, she’s also doing musical features on tracks from artists like Rick Ross.
Rick Ross’ new song, “If They Knew,” features vocals from K. Michelle, and recently the two gangstas were captured shooting the video for the single.
“On set with @richforever video is hott! Good people, Good times,” K. Michelle wrote captioning an Instagram pic of her sporting a metallic gold one piece with her hair on fleek looking pretty comfortable in Ross’ arms. Read more…
After Moniece sonned Fizz‘ girlfriend Amanda over drinks, she goes to spend some time with her son Cameron at an indoor playground.
Masika joins the fun and games and catches up with Moniece to see how things are with Moniece and Fizz after the altercation. Moniece admits things could be better, but insists she still wants Amanda and Fizz to give her the respect she thinks she deserves. Read more…
Shekinah started off as one of Atlanta’s many hairstylists, but after working with her bestie Tiny, Shekinah has her own show, her own mobile hair business and a whole lot to thank God for.
When asked to share her testimony in front of a church congregation during one her stops, Skenihah suddenly gets a case of stage fright and prays Jesus takes the wheel.
See if her prayers are answered on the next Tiny & Shekinah’s Weave Trip premiering Monday October 13th at 9:30/8:30c.
Paris is always ready to keep more than 100 with her bestie K.Michelle on My Life, but when Paris starts to give her two cents about K’s decision to move “two grown women,” in her home K. has to stop her in her tracks.
“Paris you gotta promise me when other people are in our presence, you’re going to treat them with respect,” K. Michelle insists. Read more…
Last Monday night Drumline: A New Beat became the number one rated show on all of television and cable excluding sports. More than 400,000 tweets were sent during the airing and it garnered over 2.4 million total viewers during its time slot.
The success of the film was due largely to it’s connection to the original, and an amazing performance by the new cast of “crabs.” However, Letoya Luckett also believes that Drumline: A New Beat won because of the role Nick Cannon played in front and behind the scenes as producer.
Watch Luckett explain how it was working with Nick Cannon, and why she thinks Cannon may not get the credit he rightfully deserves.
Ex-lovers Moniece and Fizz arrive at their son’s basketball game at the same time, and surprisingly for have a civil, dare we say, flirtatious conversation?
Once Moniece finds out Fizz’s current girlfriend Amanda is about to be out the picture, Mo gets super sweet with her baby daddy, and Fizz seems to be entertained by it all. Read more…