Everyone fell in love with Lil’ Mendeeccees maternal grandmother, Kim, this season – from her tell it like it is personality to her gangsta suits and sweet smile, we just couldn’t get enough of her.
While she’s still trying to figure out who is paying her dry cleaning bill, we sat down with Ms. Kim to find who’s responsible for her unique hairstyle, and the answer surprised us. Read more…
The drama on the Love & Hip Hop season five reunion was turned up high and that was only part one. The cast didn’t fight the whole time though and backstage we got them to smile and pose and clown around. VH1 got exclusive access to the whole cast getting into their glam, kiki-ing with one another, and goofing around on stage.
Check out photos from behind the scenes at the taping now and don’t miss part two of the Love & Hip Hop reunion next Monday at 8/7c.
[Photos: Lauren Weissler for VH1]
Last week, fans of Big Ang got a scare when we learned that the Mob Wives star was diagnosed with a throat tumor. Ang herself confirmed the news, saying “I want to clarify the rumors that I am hospitalized. I went in for a test due to the nodule in my throat. I had a nerve wracking couple of days, as would anyone when you hear testing etc… However, I am home peaceful and relaxing. This coming week I will be taking proper precautions and having it removed.”
Last night, Ang’s sister, Janine Detore, posted the following statement to Instagram, revealing that Ang successfully underwent a lengthy surgery to remove the tumor and she’s now in recovery. You can see her full statement below.
We know you all love the moms of Love & Hip Hop, and this season in New York, there was quite a bit of mama drama. From Judy and Kim‘s Suit-Gate to the wisdom of Mama Dollaz, we were never at a loss for the maternal presence this franchise has become known for. Of course that means that the moms were hanging around backstage at the reunion too, so take a peek at Kim, Judy, Diamond’s mother Lisa, Cisco‘s mom, and more while they were getting ready to take the stage!
And in case you missed it, you need to check out our April Fool’s spoof, Moms & Hip Hop! (Which we think should be a real show, don’t you?)
What kind of woman is best in bed? In a sneak peek for an all new Walk Of Shame Shuttle, Jordan finds out, from a passenger, that he gets much more play from older women on Tinder. When Jordan asks who’s better in bed, the answer may shock you! The fella, sitting shotgun, shares that women in their late sixties are quite skilled at what they do. Yeah, girl power!
Find out this and more naughty tidbits on an all new Walk Of Shame Shuttle, Wednesday at 9:30 ET/PT.
Erica Mena didn’t show for the Love & Hip Hop reunion but she still had plenty to say about her cast mates in her one-on-one with Mona Scott-Young. Erica ruffled some feathers last night by calling out the rest of the cast for being “filth,” going particularly hard on Chrissy Monroe, Diamond Strawberry, and her ex Cyn Santana. Fans were surprised and angry on social media, quick to leave comments on Mena’s Instagram, lambasting her behavior but Erica had no problem brushing it off. Read more…
One thing you can never call Cyn Santana is boring. Whether she’s doing impressions of Nicki Minaj, defending herself against her ex Erica Mena, or giving the cast of Love & Hip Hop nicknames, Cyn stays turnt up.
That’s why it came as a surprise to find out in real life her boo Ray is so turned down. Do opposites really attract? We caught up with Ray backstage of the reunion to hear him say what made him fall for Cyn. Read more…
Is living in a tent in 110-degree weather really that bad? Uhh, kinda. In this
Black Ink Crew bonus clip…er, excuse me, in this episode of VH1 Cribs, Sky gives us a tour of tent city, where she’s locked up in Arizona, and we get a look at everything: her bunk, which is also her dresser, her fridge, and her storage unit all in one, the bathroom-slash-laundromat, and what she uses as a hair dryer. It’s a little sparse and depressing, which leads us to the most important thing Sky tells us in this clip, “Say no to crime.”