I hope you’re taking good notes while Bow Wow‘s Dopamine-fueled “engagement” to reality TV star Erica Mena plays itself out?
You men who fantasize daily about being singer Fantasia Barrino‘s boo can breathe a little easier.
Despite the many rumors that she and boyfriend Kendall Taylor tied the knot, they are not yet married. So you still have a chance to be with her — if you can pry her away from her current source of Dopamine (Kendall).
Reality TV star Erica Mena and former kiddie rapper Bow Wow, real name Shad Moss, are supposedly engaged to be married. Shad, 27, broke the news at the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta this past weekend.
R&B Diva Fantasia Barrino has apparently found a new man. It’s too early to tell if it’s love but Fantasia certainly thinks Kendall Taylor is the man of her dreams. She can’t stop gushing about him in her social media posts.Fantasia’s poor choices in men is legendary. Hopefully history won’t repeat itself.
In LGBT news, WNBA players Brittney Griner, right, and Glory Johnson are tying the knot — together.
The ladies announced their engagement on their social media accounts Friday. Brittney posted an image of herself getting down on one knee and presenting a diamond ring to Glory.
Rumors swirled in late 2013 that Michael Jackson‘s sister La Toya Jackson, 58, had eloped and married her business partner Jeffre Phillips. La Toya quickly denied the rumors in a tweet posted to her social media account.
Thank you all for your congratulations on what you thought was a marriage. It was a rumor. I'M NOT MARRIED!
— La Toya Jackson (@latoyajackson) December 9, 2013
Rap mogul Sean “Puffy” Combs, 44, was seen chilling in the meatpacking district in New York City, just 1 day after he supposedly proposed to his longtime concubine, Cassie Ventura, on social media. Combs tweeted a digital image of a 14-carat diamond ring along with the caption, “Baby do you like it?”
Somehow, Combs’ Twitter and Instagram.com followers took that to mean he was proposing to Ventura, a one-hit wonder whose last hit is a distant memory.