Draya Michelle

Reality TV personality Draya Michele is retiring her vajayjay until further notice. In a solemn post on social media yesterday, Draya confirmed rumors that she and NFL boyfriend Orlando Scandrick have parted ways.

"Id rather focus on my family and career than a relationship at the time," she wrote.

The 29-year-old Basketball Wives LA star added: "I did my best to make things work. I’m not the one who failed."

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Draya Michele shopping at Gelsons Supermarket

Reality TV personality Draya Michele may have used poor judgment when she took her 12-year-old son, Kniko, with her on a liquor run. Typical of women who refuse to accept responsibility for their own actions, Draya reprimanded this blogger for simply posting the photos of her liquor run.

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Shaquille O'Neal and new girlfriend at Krave Lounge with Omar Slim White

Sorry ladies, Shaquille O'Neal is off the market again.

@OmarSlimWhite of Plush Blue Entertainment brought the former NBA star to Krave Lounge in Atlanta over the weekend. Shaq brought along his new girlfriend to help him celebrate his 42nd birthday! (Yes, he has a type.)

If you recall, Shaq dated 30-year-old Flavor of Love reality star Nicole "Hoopz" Alexander for a few years. But the age (and maturity) differences finally took its toll on their relationship. Shaq has 4 children with ex-wife Shaunie O'Neal (and he has a daughter from a previous relationship). Shaunie produces the scripted reality TV series Basketball Wives (Miami) and Basketball Wives LA.

Photo courtesy of Omar Slim White

Basketball Wives LA

Last night's episode of VH1's Basketball Wives: LA was the standard fare of fake friends, fake lunch dates, and manufactured arguments. In addition to the familiar faces from the past 2 seasons, Jackie Christie, Draya Michele, and Malaysia Pargo, VH1 hired Brandi Maxiell, the wife of Jason Maxiell, Sundy Carter (Jackie's "new" friend), and Brittish Williams (the fiancee of Lorenzo Gordon who plays overseas) to add some spice into the script.

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Basketball LA

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.

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