A star of VH1’s Hit the Floor reality TV series was found dead alongside her rapper boyfriend in an apparent murder/suicide.
Yesterday it was reported that reality TV producer Todd Tucker‘s mother, Miss Sharon, died from complications related to a stroke. Miss Sharon collapsed on Monday afternoon in Mew York City. She was rushed to a hospital where she died on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Tucker is married to former Xscape singer and reality TV star/entrepreneur Kandi Burruss. Miss Sharon appeared in episodes of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
On last night’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood finale, Fizz and his crazy baby mama, Moniece Slaughter, agree to work together to co-parent their 4-year-old son, Cameron. And Ray J gets relationship advice from rapper Snoop Dogg. Later, Ray J attends Teairra Mari‘s showcase and they kiss and make up. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is probably producer Mona Scott Young‘s 2nd lowest rated reality TV series behind only Love & Hip Hop: New York. The characters are boring and uninspired.
Rap tycoon Lil Wayne and his ex-wife, Antonia “Toya” Wright threw a star-studded Sweet 16 birthday party for their only child, Reginae Joy Carter, in Atlanta on Saturday. Pictured above is Reginae, left, with her soon-to-be stepmother, Dhea, and Lil Wayne.
In last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Drew, aka “Fizz” and his mentally addled baby mama, Moniece Slaughter argue over their parenting skills and the real reason a judge awarded full custody of their son to Fizz. It’s an eye-opening segment in which Fizz hangs all of Moniece’s dirty laundry out on the line to dry.
Rumors are swirling about the real reason Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta cast members Benzino and Althea were let go from the hit reality TV show.
“Bye, Felicia” is a phrase popularized by director Ice Cube in 1995’s ‘Friday’ movie. Cube used the phrase to dismiss the neighborhood crackhead, played by Miami quarterback Brad Kaaya’s mom Angela Means Kaaya.