Kim Zolciak’s husband, Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann, officially adopted her 2 teenage daughters from previous relationships.
Biermann, who has 2 biological sons with Zolciak, adopted Brielle, 16, and Ariana, 12. The couple is expecting their 3rd child together.
“I don’t know if I could love anybody else’s children as much as Kroy loves the girls,” Zolciak said in a recent interview. “I just don’t know if I have it in me.”
Zolicak, 35, and Biermann, 27, met while she was a cast member on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reality TV series. Zolciak had just dumped married Atlanta millionaire developer Lee Najjar who was having cash flow problems.
Zolciak, a known gold digger, said one thing set Biermann apart from the rest of her targets.
“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” cast members Benzino and Kirk Frost were the featured guests on Kandi Burruss’ web series Kandi Koated Nights. The subject of conversation was Kirk cheating on his pregnant wife Rasheeda. Kirk claims Mary Jane kissed him and he did not kiss her. Also he claims the other girls on his lap in the hot tub was no different than getting a lapdance at the strip club. Kirk did say he regrets agreeing to get in the hot tub
to boost TV ratings because he just wanted to get Rasheeda’s attention. According to a press release, Kirk did’t realize he was embarrassing Rasheeda and he didn’t think about how terrible of a person he would look when the scenes played out after editing.
Rasheeda and Kirk Frost’s reality TV publicity stunts are a ratings bonanza for VH1. On “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta,” Kirk is seen cheating on his pregnant wife with random women. Despite the fact that their scenes are clearly fake, Kirk and Rasheeda’s scripted marital woes have evoked emotional responses from even hardened thugs who can’t understand why a couple would go to such lengths for a paycheck.
“It’s the fact that they’re willing to run around with other people and do these shenanigans and disrespect their marriage on TV,” said one angry industry insider.
Talk show Diva Wendy Williams is more realistic, accusing Kirk and Rasheeda of lying about marital problems to make headlines on VH1’s “Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta.”
It’s a shame what people will do to stay on this reality tv,” Williams said.
Legendary pugilist Sugar Ray Leonard, left, and singer Usher Raymond attended the ‘Big Fighters, Big Cause’ Annual Gala Charity Fight Night in Los Angeles on Thursday, May 23.
NBC quietly canceled its groundbreaking gay sitcom “The New Normal” after just one season on Friday. The news was met with very little fanfare from the liberal media, which stood in stark contrast to the circus atmosphere hype surrounding the show’s premiere on September 11, 2012.
The cancellation was among a long list of shows such as “Go On” and “Guys With Kids” which were also canceled Friday.
“The New Normal” was produced by Glee’s Ryan Murphy, who sought to redefine the way families are portrayed on TV. Murphy arrogantly described TNN as “changing the face of television.”
But not everyone jumped on the bandwagon. NBC affiliate KSL-TV in Utah made the decision not to run the program at all. “For our brand, this program simply feels inappropriate on several dimensions, especially during family viewing time,” said Jeff Simpson, CEO of KSL-TV’s parent company.
A week after NBA free agent Jason Collins announced his homosexuality in a much-ballyhooed Sports Illustrated cover story, another famed homosexual renounced his lifestyle. But the real story is how the 2 diverging announcements are being handled by the mainstream media.
While the national news media gave Collins a hero’s welcome, Antoine Dodson’s renouncement of his homosexuality has barely registered a blip on the mainstream news radar.
Dodson gained Internet fame after his colorful description of a home invader to a news reporter went viral on YouTube.com.
Heavily pregnant singer Tamar Braxton-Herbert waves to photogs as she departs her Manhattan hotel this morning in NYC. Someone should send this photo to Kim Kardashian so she can see what size belly bump to buy. Tamar is in town to promote her WeTV reality series, Tamar and Vince.
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