Everyone’s got an opinion on that Nikko and Mimi sex tape so it’s no surprise that in a cut scene from episode 5 of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta the ladies have a pow-wow that takes a turn. Rasheeda has Karlie, Erica and newbies Kalenna and Tammy over to chat about their men and the baby but then attention turns to the elephant in the room. Mimi.
“Who leaked the tape?!” They all keep asking.
“Nikko is off the chain though,” pipes up Karlie and Rasheeda agrees.
Check out this bonus video and let us know do you think Nikko is off the chain? Do you think it’s wrong for Mimi’s girls to talk behind her back?
The month of June is reserved for Gay Pride to commemorate the historic Stonewall riots from June 1969. We’re kicking off the proud month with a gallery of all our favorite LBGT brothers and sisters from your favorite VH1 shows. From couples to those flying solo, whether you’re gay, gay, gay or bisexual like Draya Michele – they made our list.
From that Love & Hip Hop super couple “Mena & Cyn” to the fab men of Off Pitch, scroll through our gallery and raise whatever you’re drinking this month to the men and women who are brave enough to be 100% themselves every day. Read more…
Giddy up for another round of the sexiest, filthiest, nastiest, freakiest or you know, just like the hottest round up of selfie-like Instagrams from some of the VH1 fam this past month.
They are looking banging. If you’re Love & Hip Hop‘s Tahiry or Nya you’re showing us a little somethin’-somethin’. If you’re Hit The Floor‘s McKinley Freeman or Tami Roman you’re just penetrating sexiness from those bedroom eyes and leaving the rest to the imagination.
Either way, enjoy these delicious pictures and think nasty thoughts.
You may know them as Nya Lee, Malaysia Pargo, and Lil’ Scrappy but long before fame those weren’t necessarily the names that their mommas gave them.
Many of our VH1 stars have changed or altered the names that appeared on their birth certificates to be known by a catchier moniker, or associated with a more clever pseudonym. Read more…
Oooh, child, the styles from this week are absolutely sizzling – from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘s Rasheeda and Erica Dixon in loud prints to Hit The Floor‘s Taylour Paige in a classic white ensemble – there’s something for everyone. As always, there are curves and a whole lot of va-va-voom.
What do you think? Scroll through our weekly gallery of VH1 celebs and let us know whose style was on point and whose was just a little bit weak. Happy weekend!
VH1 returned to the Devils Arena for the summer with the much-anticipated rebound of Hit The Floor. The season two premiere episode brought new characters, new secrets, and a lot more heat! In addition to revealing Olivia’s shocking death (or should we say murder), we learn that Ahsha and Derek are still hooking up, but Ahsha wants to keep the relationship a secret.
By now, almost everyone knows that Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes has penned some of the biggest songs of the past 15 years for artists like Pink and Christina Aguilera. Both singers have credited Perry for bringing out something from deep within them and turning their music into something more magical, more personal, and pushed them to their outer limits. That’s exactly what Perry’s new VH1 series, Make Or Break: The Linda Perry Project, seeks to do with a group of new artists trying to make a name for themselves, and Linda is there to serve as their mentor, to shape their music and their careers.
After the devastation of the team discovering a dead body haphazardly buried in the ground, Ahsha leans on her boyfriend Derek for comfort.
However, after Kyle walks in and catches them in a warm embrace, Ahsha gets super serious and tells Derek that they need to do a better job at keeping their relationship hush hush. Read more…
Uh,oh – there’s trouble in the royal palace, and Momma Dee the Queen, plans to straighten it all out.
After last week’s birthday brawl between Lil Scrappy‘s girlfriend Bambi, and his “friend” Erica Pinkett, a.k.a. Pinky, Momma Dee decides to sit both ladies down so they can make peace and “hashtag the bullsh*t.” Read more…