This season on Hollywood Exes, Mayte Garcia has turnt it up. First it was “Fur Gate part 2″ and the sugar bowl incident. Then she got under all the ladies skin when she cried “I don’t have Will Smith money!” about child support payments. Read more…
“Fart-est, toe-est.” Tammy‘s daughter Charlie‘s let’s Tammy know what she really thinks of Waka Flocka Flame marrying her mom on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Charlie’s excited about the wedding because she’s ready to wear a fancy dress but she’s not so sure about having a new little brother or sister.
She is totally adorable though and says she’s really truly happy for her mom and Waka because they are a couple that is always laughing. Maybe this child could pass on some of that maturity to the rest of the Love & Hip Hop fam. Peep a few more pics of Charlie, Tammy and Waka in our gallery below!
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Days later the chatter continues to surround Rihanna and her risque dress choice at the CFDA fashion awards, held on Monday.
Lil’ Scrappy has been keeping things interesting this season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta with his lady drama, but before there was Bambi and Erica P there was another lady in Scrappy’s life, his bestie turned lover Shay Johnson.
We caught up with the former Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star about Scrappy’s new ladies and getting in good with Momma Dee and we think she alluded to maybe making a pop up this season. Read more…
Hit The Floor creator James LaRosa is probably the most invested showrunner we can think of. The man not only is the mastermind behind the guiltiest pleasure on television, but he’s also beloved on the set and something of a documentarian behind the scenes of the show. This week, LaRosa sent us some pictures from his personal collection, complete with some “director’s commentary” about the episode. In the following captions, you’ll learn how the confessional sex scene is even more blasphemous than you imagined, and learn some fun facts about the set and actors on the show. Hit it, James!
From Erica P‘s shoe to Waka Flocka‘s engagement philosophy, you guys were turnt up last night and y’all know it. This season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta is realllll extra and you guys are making it even better with your wit, humor and…you know, you just stoooopid. (P.S. Don’t forget about #WhatDoYouMeme)
Check out our gallery of the very best memes from episode 6 or whatever be like Kirk all “Nah Rasheeda” and s**t. But you’ll be happy if you do!
Just before The Game heads overseas for his UK tour dates, he breaks the news to his kids that he’s leaving over pizza and ice cream.
“I hate to leave you…I got to go work, and as much as love ya’ll, and want to be with ya’ll, and play with ya’ll I need to go and make some money,” The Game says. Read more…
When Joseline Hernandez said she doesn’t get along with females — she wasn’t kidding. Last night on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Joseline burnt yet another bridge with the new cast member Tammy Rivera. Tammy, who up until last episode, seemed pretty subdued, went awf on Joseline and proved you always have to be careful of the quiet ones. Tammy chats us exclusively what she really thinks of Joseline, and where their short lived friendship stands: Read more…
It’s all about photo shoots this week on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Check Yourself. First up, Stevie, Joseline and Benzino discuss the fact that Tammy told Mimi about Joseline‘s Hip Hop Weekly spread and word has gotten back to Joseline (via Benzino, although he denies it, saying “I don’t know what you’re talkin’ ’bout, Willis!”) that her name is in everyone’s mouth.
Later, Rasheeda and Kirk talk about their family photo shoot and Kirk continues to trash-talk his mother-in-law and does NOT appreciate the fact that Rasheeda went to his bar to have a conversation with Jasmine the Wannabe Nanny. Watch the cast reactions to the episode now!