Actress Vivica A. Fox and her fiance, local club promoter Slimm, partied with 'The Game' star Meagan Good and her lover at Gold Room last night in Atlanta. The Gold Room is always poppin' on Thursday nights. It's where the industry elite mingle and network groupie free.

Vivica, 46, is always stylish and trendy when she steps out with her man. Last night she teetered on 6-inch Christian Louboutin glittery Pigalle pumps, which retail for $1,020, while her man wore Prada. Only a real woman can rock 6-inch pumps without stumbling. Don't try this at home, kids.

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According to Hip Hop historian, Elliott Wilson, the gay rapper Wiz Khalifa's next big hit is "Roll Up" off his upcoming album, Rolling Papers. This kid is such a great role model for your kids. Let's see, he's only 23 and he's been arrested 50-11 times on drug-related charges. Not to mention that all of his lyrics muse whimsically about his favorite herb, including the nauseatingly annoying dope boy theme song, "Black and Yellow". And he's supposedly dating professional beard Amber Rose. Lyrically, Wiz Khalifa's skills are elementary. Still, "Roll Up" is a major improvement over that BS "Black and Yellow".


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The much-hyped music video for rapper Nicki Minaj's hit single "Moment 4 Life", off her platinum-selling Pink Friday featuring Drake, premiered on MTV last night. Nicki, 28, a self-described schizophrenic, introduces her latest alter egos, Marie Antoinette and Cinderella, wearing Christian Louboutins dipped in glitter.

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Music producer/rapper Kanye West and singer Alicia Keys were among the many sports fans sitting court side at the much-hyped Miami Heat vs NY Knicks game in NYC last night. Other celebs in attendance included talk show kingpin Howard Stern, NBA legend Magic Johnson, billionaire Donald Trump, comedian Tracy Morgan, CNN host Piers Morgan, actress Carrie Underwood and more. As you know, the NY Knicks defeated the struggling Miami Heat by a score of 93-88. The Heat have lost 5 of their last 6 games without center Chris Bosh, who is on injured reserve with an ankle sprain.

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Noted author Terry McMillan stirred up a hornet's nest of controversy yesterday on her Twitter page when she referred to the children of Will and Jada Smith as "arrogant."

Bloggers such as myself applauded Ms. McMillan for being brave enough to voice her opinion on the way Will and Jada push their children into the public eye.

I'm personally disappointed that McMillan caved in to the pressure from her industry friends and retracted her statements.

A certain Superstar asked me for my opinion on this issue this morning. I told her that the mother of Will's oldest child, Trey, obviously instilled values in him and taught him to have high self-esteem. Unlike Jada Pinkett-Smith, who treats her kids like they are her friends.

Here's what Ms. McMillan tweeted today:

I apologize for using the word pimp and exploit in referring to the Smith children. It was insensitive of me and wrong. Twitter is not the best forum to express some things. I didn’t know folks would take my opinion so personally. It is amazing, though, how fast an unflattering comment gets retweeted versus one that’s flattering. I’m done with this issue. My opinion isn’t going to change anything.

There are a lot more important things going on in the world right now. My Mama used to say: “They’ll talk about you if you do. And talk about you if you don’t. Let ‘em talk.” Some folks look for a reason to criticize you. They’re getting off on it and are saying much worse things than I did. I’ve got work to do. I hope everybody who has something important to do today besides worry about the Smith children, does it.

And for those of you who were so offended by what I said or thought I was being disrespectful, unfollow me.

A vindictive NY woman is facing attempted murder charges for poisoning her husband's mistress in hopes of causing the woman to spontaneously abort the fetus.

Kisha Jones was also pregnant when she tricked Monique Hunter, 26, into taking an abortion-inducing medication in October 2009.

However, her lawyer, Barry Turner, blamed Jones' actions on raging hormones. He told the New York Post: "My client was in the last trimester of her pregnancy and was acting irrationally. I guess her hormones were out of whack."

Here's more from London's Daily Mail:

Mr Turner accused 26-year-old Hunter of taunting his client, leaving phone messages with details of her three-year affair and claiming her husband would soon leave her.

Jones, 40, from Brooklyn, had no criminal history, a life-long record of helping disabled children, and deserved leniency, Mr Turner said.

She was under mounting pressure expecting her fourth child and 'she acted in a manner that wasn't consistent with her personality', he added.

Jones admitted using a forged prescription and a disguised telephone number to trick Hunter into taking cytotec, causing her to go into early labour.

Charges of trying to kill the premature newborn in the maternity ward and impersonating a hospital executive to try to get the baby taken off a ventilator were dropped.

Some women aspire to be the "other woman," -- that sexy, yet brainy, high maintenance jump off who breaks up a powerful man's home and supplants herself in his wife's place. Many notable jump offs -- Kim Porter comes to mind -- never make it as far as the alter.

The former Marjorie Bridges, who married Steve Harvey, 54, in 2007, claims she is not that "other woman" as alleged by Steve's 2nd wife, Mary Shackelford. Marjorie says the scandalous allegations have left her both "shocked and dismayed" -- and she's fighting back by launching a lawsuit to save her carefully cultivated public image as a respected Atlanta socialite.

Marjorie's defense will probably be the same well-worn excuse that all jump offs use when confronted with evidence of their gold digging ways: Steve's marriage was already heading for divorce court.

But not according to Mary Shackelford. Since their 2005 divorce, Shackelford claims she now has nothing, as Harvey also has full custody of their 14-year-old son, Wynton, who was born a year after the couple wed in 1996.

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Mary Harvey became the talk of the blogosphere earlier this week after videos hit the Internet revealing her utter disdain for her ex-husband, comedian and noted author Steve Harvey, who dumped her for his mistress.

As you know, Harvey, 54, eventually married his much younger mistress, the former Marjorie Bridges, who has kept herself busy transforming her image from a home wrecker into a somewhat respectable Atlanta socialite.

What Marjorie should know is how she met Steve will be how she loses him. In the video, the former Mary Shackelford, rambles on about how she met Steve in 1986 when he walked into her place of business and introduced himself.

She goes into great detail about their first meeting as if to convince herself (and you) that it was a storybook romance that was meant to be.

But in reality, you can see from the above pictures what attracted Harvey to Mary in the first place. You don't even have to know Steve Harvey personally to see that he's a very superficial man who focuses on visual imagery, such as big breasted women. Men like Harvey (narcissists) require the constant approval of their peers (other superficial men).

Therefore, such a man loves a woman based on the compliments, praise and other positive feedback he gets from his environment.

Once those compliments and praises end, the man turns to a much younger, prettier version of his wife, which in this case is Marjorie.

But I don't feel sorry for Mary. Any woman who uses her artificial body parts to snag a superficial man is no better than he is. Just know that if you get breast implants to please a man, the bond between you and him will be tenuous at best, and the bond is bound to snap as soon as you get old and that next big breasted woman comes along.

You will eventually end up like Mary Harvey -- lonely, insecure and reminiscing on YouTube about love long lost.

Actress Taraji P. Henson strips off for this new PETA [People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals] ad. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button star, 40, appears in the latest advert in the animal rights' group's 'Fur? I'd Rather Go Naked' campaign. She said: "I don't think a living being should suffer for the sake of fashion, period. End of story.

"You don't have to kill an animal just because you want to be hot and fly. And I really stand by that." ~ Splash News Online