August Alsina, an up-and-coming R&B singer, won’t be around next year. Alsina is unprofessional as they come. I’m not sure if he is the product of a broken home or what, but the guy has glaring issues with women.
Yesterday during his appearance on BET’s 106 & Park, co-host Keshia Chante asked Alsina about his ongoing public dispute with singer Trey Songz.
His response was: “I just told y’all not to ask me that sh*t when I got up here.”
The entire city is buzzing about local business woman Mimi Faust and how she sold her soul to the devil to keep her paid gig on VH1′s Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Word is the show’s producer, Mona Scott Young threatened to kick Mimi off the show to make room for new cast members. Mimi — desperate and broke — obliged by taking her clothes off for a scripted romp with her well-endowed co-star Nikko in an Atlanta studio.
Mona directed and produced this shameful video featuring former housecleaner Mimi polishing off Nikko’s candlestick. It is one of the most shameful publicity stunts ever in the brief history of staged reality TV.
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Vivid Entertainment is supposedly “shopping” a sex tape featuring reality TV D-listers Mimi Faust and Nikko Smith. If you recall, Nikko exposed his and Mimi’s fake relationship during a phone call last April.
At the time, Nikko was salty because he believed he was being used by both Mimi and the show’s producer Mona Scott-Young.
Three adults have been arrested and charged with whipping an 11-year-old boy and posting a video of the vicious beating on Facebook.
The boy’s mother, Demitria Latrion Powell, 28, his godmother, Uteas Michelle Taylor, 42, and Stefon Tirrell Felton, the godmother’s 40-year-old boyfriend, were charged Tuesday with third degree child abuse, conspiracy to commit child abuse, and child abuse committed in the presence of another child, CBS Detroit reports.
While the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team takes on the University of Kentucky for the NCAA championship tonight, one UConn player wonders where his next meal will come from.
Shabazz Napier, point guard for UConn, told reporters he understands more than anyone why there is a need for a student athlete union on campus.
3-year-old Mateo rocketed to Internet fame after his mother, Linda Beltran, uploaded a YouTube video of him begging her for a cupcake for dinner.
“Linda, honey, just listen to me,” says Mateo to his mother. Beltran says her son calls her Linda when he’s “very serious,” and he wants to make sure she’s listening to him.
After viewing the video last week, Ellen Degeneres made a plea for Linda to bring Mateo on her show. Beltran and a more subdued Mateo appeared on the show yesterday.
Strivers Row Boutique tapped actor Omar Epps to star in this visually appealing commercial. Omar is shown shopping for groceries — paying attention to the smallest details — then dashing home to cook the perfect meal for an old friend whom he hasn’t seen in years. Sparks fly when she arrives right on time later that evening.
After playing a doctor on Fox network’s House M.D. for 8 years, Omar stars in a new ABC TV series, Resurrection, about a fictional town where the residents’ loved ones return from the dead.
Watch the commercial after the break.