Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin visited the VH1 offices recently and we got the chance to take some photos and talk to the two about their personal style — stay tuned for a more in-depth post about all of that later in the week. In the meantime, we had to show off the one accessory adorning Jim’s body that was our favorite: His new-ish tattoo of Chrissy’s face on his right arm, which he got a year and a half ago. Check out the tat and then take our quiz in the gallery below to see if you can ID some of the other tattoos that belong to your favorite VH1 cast members.
The cast of Love & Hip Hop knows that they put on a good show — onscreen and off. They keep the drama alive even when they’re not filming thanks to Twitter, and in our tweets of the week, you can see that Rich Dollaz is keeping his beef with Nya Lee alive (guess he didn’t appreciate being called a cornball all those times), Peter Gunz and Saigon acknowledge their haters, and Erica Mena takes a jab at a former co-star. Check out the best tweets right here in our gallery!
Monday’s episode of Black Ink Crew proved this stylish bunch is a force to be reckoned with as Puma and Sassy modeled for Monster DNA Headphones. We have an exclusive look at some of the images from the shoot, which still went down despite Alex‘s late arrival and the subsequent screaming match.
“Peter The belt is all yours, homeboy. Creep of the year!” That’s what Rich Dollaz says to his pal Peter Gunz in this edition of Love & Hip Hop: Check Yourself. This week, Rich, Yandy, and Nya all offer their feedback on some of the week’s best scenes. While Rich owns up to his own creepiness, he thinks Peter outdoes him in that department. Nya on the other hand, thinks Rich is not only a creep but a cornball. “If you Google ‘Rich Dollaz,’ ‘cornball’ pops up!” she says here. Check out the clip above to see all of their reactions to Love & Hip Hop episode two.
Tonight’s episode ofBlack Ink Crew saw two relationships reach their breaking point. Throughout the season it’s been Puma versus Ceaser, and over the course of the show, Alex versus everyone else. Can anyone defend Alex after she disregarded her photo shoot and seems to be having daily happy hours long before 5 pm? Will Ceaser forgive Puma for branching out and capitalizing on a business opportunity? Is it true that business and friendships don’t mix?
When we asked Erica Jean and Saigon to sum up this season of Love & Hip Hop in three words, Saigon’s description was “Responsible black father.” And despite what you may have seen on tonight’s episode, with Saigon questioning the paternity of his son with Erica, and the two of them struggling to make their relationship work, they are definitely putting some effort into it. So how’s that working out? Read more…
Seems like everyone has a sex book these days, doesn’t it? Tonight on Chrissy & Mr. Jones, Mama Jones revealed that she to is getting in the author game and penned her own guide to love, appropriately titled Mama Jones: My Guide To Love & Romance. The self-proclaimed expert explained to Chrissy that she understand sex better than anyone…mostly because have you seen how many kids she has?
The real question though is, would you take advice from Mama Jones? (Looks like a lot of people would,the book only came out last Thursday and it’s already sold out on Amazon.com.). Let us know what you think!