From the moment we first laid eyes on Cyn Santana, one thing really stuck out to us – she looks a lot like her girlfriend, Erica Mena…and we weren’t the only ones who thought so! In the Love & Hip Hop clip above which is from this week’s episode, Rashidah Ali comments on how Erica and Cyn look like sisters. From their long dark curls to their voluptuous figures, if you don’t look closely, this pair may have you doing a double take. Take our quiz in the gallery below to see how well you can tell Erica from Cyn.
This week on Love & Hip Hop: Check Yourself, Peter and Tara discuss Tara’s destructive outburst as she tore through all of Peter’s belongings with a pair of scissors before sending him packing. “They call me T-Nasty,” Tara says in the clip above. “And I will destroy you.” (Also, she really regrets not wearing makeup during that scene.) Read more…
Drama aside, the kids of Black Ink Crew are reinventing the modern hustle through their many business ventures. With Puma‘s shop preparing to open its doors and high-profile clients walking into Black Ink left and right, things are looking up. Ceaser‘s crew has overcome some recent staff changes, and his artists seem to be committed to their craft. So what happens when one or more of his employees has to prepare for Major Life Changes?
Chrissy is working hard to take Lady Vamp to a whole new level, but she’s not exactly sure Jim respects her vision for the brand.
Tiny and her friends are back! Just in time for the holidays, Tiny Harris returns with yet another Tiny Tonight special, accompanied by her friends Tami Roman, Claudia Jordan, Trina, and Shekinah. In this clip, get your first glimpse at the latest show which airs on Tuesday, November 26th at 9PM ET/PT and prepare to celebrate the holidays with some truth bombs. Sorry kids, ain’t no big fat white man coming down the chimney.
“So I knew Peter was a scumbag for cheating on me again,” Tara says after her brawl with Amina. “But then Amina dropping that ID just brought everything to a while new level.” (“She ain’t seen my tattoo yet!” Amina says.) Read more…
Cyn Santana has been on two episodes of Love & Hip Hop so far, and in each one, she’s mentioned her love of Chipotle. When Erica tried to take her on a fancy date in episode three, Cyn joked that she was out of her comfort zone because it wasn’t at a Chipotle. In tonight’s episode, Erica surprised her new love with a picnic lunch of burrito bowls and Cyn’s response was “I f—ing LOVE it!” You would think with this much product integration, Chipotle would be paying Cyn but no, she’s just a serious fan. How serious? Um, her Twitter feed is basically a one-woman Chipotle fan club. (And girl, we feel you. Note this author’s Twitter handle. I’ll gladly join you for lunch any day.)
Read on for some exclusive details about her favorite things to order, and what Erica thinks of her girlfriend’s addiction.
It’s been a minute since we’ve caught up with Basketball Wives L.A. star Draya Michele, and she knows we’ve missed her. Her brand new web series “Blame Draya,” gives us a peek into her life as a business woman running her clothing line, “Fine Ass Girls.” In the video above, Draya shows us what it’s like to run her company, shoot a photo campaign, and how she manages to find the time to get her dog some food in between — all in a day’s work.
Y’all know how much we love Tiny Harris. We love her alone, we love her marriage to T.I., and we love the relationships she shares with so many other women like her hairstylist, Shekinah, or her dear friend Toya Wright.
We’re super excited that BET.com is running the entire series of Tiny & Toya, her reality series with Wright before T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle. Mostly because it’s just another opportunity to see that Tiny changed her hair up on that show just as often as she does on Family Hustle! Check out our Tiny hairstyle gallery and then watch a classic episode of Tiny & Toya right here.
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