R&B Diva Keyshia Cole is set to air her dirty laundry during prime time television. As you know, Keyshia and her estranged husband, Daniel “Boobie” Gibson, are in the midst of a very public breakup. No divorce papers have been filed by either party — and now we know why.
The couple will play out their divorce drama in an as-yet-unnamed reality TV series, which will also feature KeyLo’s biological mother, Frankie Lons (pictured above with Keyshia).
According to Reality TV Scandals blog, reality TV personality and local attorney Phaedra Parks finally sat for her deposition.
If you recall, Parks filed a lawsuit against author Angela Stanton for publishing a book detailing alleging criminal activity on the part of Parks and her known associates. Vibe magazine, which published Stanton’s book, ultimately settled with Parks for an amount that was reported to be $2,500.
Parks sat for Stanton’s deposition in February. Since then, Parks ducked and dodged Stanton’s lawyer’s requests to sit for her own deposition in the presence of Stanton.
Bet 106 & Park host Shad Moss, formerly known as Bow Wow, has apparently turned “lesbian” Erica Mena straight.
As you know, the VH1 Love & Hip Hop: NY star was coupled up with fellow cast member Cyn Santana in what many are calling a manufactured for TV lesbian relationship. But the ladies took to radio and social media to prove that their forbidden love was genuine — and not scripted.
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.”
Demetria McKinney, left, and Claudia Jordan are being recruited to pump life into the stale Real Housewives of Atlanta TV series, according to blogger ATLien of StraightfromtheA.com.
I’ve heard of Jordan (although I have no clue why she’s famous). And while the name McKinney initially escaped me, I am reminded that she is the wonderful actress who played the drug-addled Janine in Tyler Perry‘s House of Payne.
Sara Stokes, star of from MTV’s original reality TV series Da Band and Making the Band, is back in the news. Stokes, 40, was an aspiring singer/songwriter with a flair for the dramatic who thought she had the perfect marriage. Her dreams crashed and burned when she couldn’t put the bottle down long enough to record her album.
Then Stokes was arrested and jailed in 2009 for stabbing her husband, Tony, with a kitchen knife.
Socialite and reality TV personality Nicole Murphy reportedly dumped her fiancé Michael Strahan after he cheated on her with another woman. Strahan is rumored to be bisexual with a preference for feminine men. But the new revelations disputes those rumors.