Didn’t I tell you that Basketball Wives cast member Jennifer Williams would drop her fake “bitch slap” lawsuit against Nia Crooks when the season ended? VH1 and Bravo will continue to produce degrading “reality” shows as long as their gullible viewers continue watching.
Unconfirmed rumors suggest Jennifer Williams was not being asked back for another season of Basketball Wives after she filed a lawsuit against Evelyn Lozada’s assistant, Nia Crooks, for slapping her face during an episode of the show [click here if you missed that].
Now, after a rough summer of having her Bentley repossessed and her estranged husband Eric’s secret baby put on blast, Jennifer decided she’s just had enough and has dropped the suit without settlement.
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As you know, most reality shows are not what they seem to be. Producers who are hungry for fame and wealth often fake plots, and even manufacture relationships (Kanye and Kim, Evelyn and Chad), to get their shows picked up by major networks.
That’s So Raven star Kyle Massey thought he was set to appear as Bristol Palin’s boyfriend in her new reality show, Bristol Palin: Life’s A Tripp, which premiered last night.
Kyle and his mother came up with the concept for the show starring Kyle and Sarah Palin’s eldest daughter as lovers. The only problem is, the producers of Bristol’s new reality show had other ideas.
According to gossip website TMZ.com, VH1 and Shaq’s ex Shaunie O’Neal have axed 3 cast members of the problematic Basketball Wives reality show. If true, it can be assumed that VH1 and Shaunie found 3 new cast members — who were recruited to be “friends” of the other cast members.
A source told TMZ that Royce Reed, left, Jennifer Williams (right) and Kesha Nichols (center) also got their walking papers — and will be replaced next season.
TMZ claims Royce was axed because her baby daddy, Dwight Howard, got a judge to force Royce to keep his name out of her mouth. Jennifer was let go because she filed a fake lawsuit against Nia Crooks for slapping her on the show, and Kesha was just too “boring.”
If this is true, the women are being fired to make room for new cast members who will breathe life into the show’s falling ratings.
Lots of celebrities use body doubles in commercials and films. But it sparks headlines when troubled singer Rihhanna does it for a huge advertising campaign.
According to British tabloid The Sun, Rihanna’s camp hired a body double for her Armani campaign to give RiRi’s boyish, drug-addled body the appearance of being fuller and more feminine.
Update: George Zimmerman turned himself in to Sanford, Florida police and is now in jail, according to a tweet from his legal team.
The Seminole County jail updated its website to show Zimmerman is now in custody as of 50 minutes ago, and he has $500 on his books. Zimmerman’s bond was revoked after Zimmerman and his wife claimed he was indigent and couldn’t afford bail. However, recordings of jail house phone calls shows the Zimmerman’s had full access to at least $155,000 just days before the bond hearing.
Remember last weekend when the paparazzi caught troubled rapper Kanye West with his pants down around his thighs as he emerged from a chauffeured limo with bestie, Kim Kardashian? Well, Kim has an explanation for that.
From E! Online:
“He was getting out of the car and his belt got pulled by this hook on the car door and he was trying to pull it up quick and his belt was really heavy,” says Kim, Kanye’s frequent companion as of late, in an exclusive interview with E! News at E!’s upfronts presentation.
“It’s called a wardrobe malfunction,” sister Kourtney explains to her sibling.
“It was a wardrobe malfunction, but it wasn’t anything intentional,” Kim says. “It was not scandalous.”
Yeah, right, Kim. Are you sure it has nothing to do with the rumors that the show’s producers predict your fake relationship with Kanye is not going to be enough to save the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians?
In last night’s episode of VH1’s BBQ Wives, Royce’s dad finally confronts her about her slutty ways. He’s concerned about her relationship with yet another professional ball player (Dezmon) who just wants to beat up her walls. “I’m not a serial dater, I’m a relationship girl,” she says. What she’s means is she’s into Dopamine relationships. If a man makes her feels good, she orders him to pack his bags and move right in with her so she can keep a close eye on her Dopamine supply. Once the Dopamine runs out, she politely asks him to move out so the next athlete can move his things in.
Royce’s dad isn’t buying it. “You think that you need to be with somebody all the time,” Mr. Reed asks her. But mostly, he’s concerned about his grandson (Royce’s son with Dwight Howard), and he worries that Royce is exposing the boy to “all” the men she’s slept with. Royce bursts into tears after realizing the hard truth that her own daddy has peeped her game. And that hurts.
Meanwhile, Evelyn and Chad continue to carry on their charade of getting married. We all know their relationship is manufactured for the cameras. I mean, look at their body language.
Evelyn and Chad decide that he will wear a red paisley tuxedo to their wedding. Who does that? We also find out who the ceremony is really for: Evelyn’s ailing brother and his wife will renew their vows. So that’s what this is all about? By the way, the season is already in the can. So I did a little digging around and I couldn’t find a marriage certificate with either of these people’s names on it. I don’t even know why I bothered.