I know you don’t watch Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, but I was watching the new episode with my girls and queens and all of our gaydars went off when this new cast member DJ Baby Drew (Chis Brown DJ) came on TV. He is effeminate and has soft mannerisms like Drake, but better looking, with what looked like to me, color contacts. He is with another Atlanta DJ name Traci Steele, they have a child together. His role on the show is a ‘player’ that sleeps with groupies and is ocassionally financially dependent on, his child’s mother, Traci Steele. I was wondering if you ever heard of him since he’s supposed to be known in Atlanta as a ‘celeb DJ’.
Click the link to see a photo of DJ Baby Drew, who joined the cast of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta.
I know you don’t watch Kim Zolciak’s spin-off series “Don’t Be Tardy”, but one of our blog members, TheRealAshland, was featured in episode 4 which aired Tuesday (May 30). Ashland plays for the Atlanta Xplosion, a women’s professional football team. Zolciak, who is married to Atlanta Falcon linebacker Kroy Beirmann, practiced with the women’s football team to learn a little bit more about her husband’s game.
See more photos from episode 4 of “Don’t Be Tardy” after the break.
This should come as no surprise to my loyal readers.
An inside source tells Black Media Scoop that Real Housewives of Atlanta cast members Porsha and Kordell Stewart cooked up their fake divorce drama after realizing they would be axed from the show. Only in reality TV can a man have an “estranged wife” who still shares his bed.
According to my loyal reader who sent in this photo, troubled singer Rihanna and La La’s lesbun cousin Dice Dixon have been hanging tight lately. My source says La La Anthony’s reality series La La’s Full Court Life is still taping and that Rihanna might be featured on the next season with Dice. That’s an interesting development.
Bartender Ariane Davis, whose role is expanded in season 2 of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, held her viewing party at Auto Spa Bistro (348 14th St.) on Monday. Ariane, who calls herself a mixologist, mixed drinks for her friends behind the bar. Guests included her bestie Mimi Faust, K.Michelle, Karlie Redd, Derek J (RHOA), Victor Jackson (KANDI FACTORY – BRAVOtv), DJ Trauma, and more.
Season 2 of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta premiered last night. Here’s a little background: Producer Mona Scott-Young is reportedly under pressure to save her empire which has become victim to poor ratings. In a recent interview in Atlanta, that she thought was off the record, Mona defended the public’s perception that her shows were scripted.
She let it slip out that Love & Hip Hop Atlanta was “in its own category”, which one blogger took as a tacit admission that LHHATL is indeed scripted. Mona also hinted that her other reality series (Love & Hip Hop NY) would be cancelled due to low ratings. (The interview took place last month).
According to a source close to Mimi Faust, of the popular reality TV show Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, her ex “boyfriend” Nikko is telling friends that he feels betrayed and humiliated after Mimi went back to her cheating baby daddy, Stevie J.
Nikko and Mimi, who dated for less than a year, broke up last month — just in time for the new season of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”. Now Nikko feels he was used by both Mimi and the show’s producer Mona Scott-Young, pictured center with Mimi, left, and Joseline Hernandez.
Those of you who suffered through the first 2 seasons of Basketball Wives LA can rest easy: there won’t be a 3rd season.
The series, which premiered on August 29, 2011, has reportedly been canceled by VH1 due to poor ratings. BBWLA was plagued by the same problems that affected other urban reality shows, such as the anemic Love and Hip Hop NY. Producers are having a hard time finding new ways to to keep the public interested in fake, scripted reality shows.
Oprah Winfrey is a woman on a mission to keep her struggling OWN Network from going under. In addition to her acclaimed series, Behind The Scenes, Oprah has movie projects in the works and a TV production deal with Tyler Perry.
Oprah’s latest offering is a reality TV show featuring Washington Wizards center JaVale McGee and his colorful mom, former WNBA player Pamela McGee.