Migos rapper Offset spoke with "Extra TV's" Rachel Lindsay about welcoming his second child with wife Cardi B.
"Yeah, she's doing good," he said of his wife who is carrying his fifth child. "It's another blessing. God is good."
Their daughter Kulture just turned 3 in July.
Offset also opened up to Extra TV about his HBO Max reality show "The Hype", the streetwear competition series on HBO Max.
He said he enjoys working with Cardi, who is guest starring on The Hype.
"Working with her is always a beautiful thing. She's my wife, so working with her is always magical. She gonna come with the sauce and spunk."
The program gives the opportunity to 10 streetwear lovers to compete in a series of challenges focusing on the fashion industry, designing, and the latest street trends.
Offset is hosting and producing the series.
"I'm happy to not only be a co-signer for the show but a producer," said Offset, who added "We are giving opportunities to the culture."
Offset also called out the online trolls for body shaming Lizzo over her "Rumors" music video with Cardi B.
"You gotta stand up for our Black women 'cause they're always being torn down and beat down the most, I feel like. And they're the strongest... So we gotta uplift them... especially the ones that are uplifted and doing some good. And they comfortable in their skin... It's a beautiful thing."
HBO Max dropped the trailer for its new reality TV series "FBoy Island," hosted by comedian and actress Nikki Glaser, 37.
The series follows three sexy women - Nakia Renee, CJ Franco and Sarah Emig - who are joined by 24 men on a secluded island.
Among the 24 men are 12 "nice guys" and 12 self-professed f**k boys. According to Urbandictionary.com, a "f**k boy" is a player who is only interested in a relationship for sex.
The women's mission is to attempt to find love on the island, preferably with one of the nice guys. But nice guys usually finish last because American women are only attracted to thugs and f**k boys -- despite what women say about wanting a "good man."
According to the NY Post, "By the episode 10 finale, it will be revealed to the audience and the women which men are the nice guys and which were the FBoys all along."
"FBOY Island" premieres July 29 on HBO Max.
Watch the trailer below.
WE tv announces a new reality TV series, "Brat Loves Judy," premiering Thursday, Aug. 5 at 9 p.m.
The new docuseries follows iconic rapper Da Brat and entrepreneur Jesseca "Judy" Dupart as they document their lives as one of the first openly lesbian couples in reality TV.
The "Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Da Brat and her girlfriend Judy are part of We tv's effort to increase LGBT+ visibility in media to 40% this year.
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"WE tv has long solidified itself as a home for authentic stories and relatable relationships, and we're thrilled to add Brat and Judy's larger-than-life love story to our Thursday night originals," said Lauren Gellert, EVP of Development and Original Programming for WE tv.
"These two powerful and successful women are sharing their brand-new relationship with audiences for the first time ever, bravely inviting viewers to experience all their emotional 'firsts' alongside them."
"Brat Loves Judy" brings audiences a never-before-seen look into the world of veteran hip-hop artist and two-time Grammy Award-nominee, Da Brat, and Jesseca, the multi-millionaire business owner and CEO of Kaleidoscope Hair Products, as they build a new home together, participate in couples therapy, deal with meddling loved ones, and a surprise proposal.
Family and friends featured on the series include Judy's adult daughter, Deja and Deja's infant daughter Kenzie; Bella, Brat's manager and confidante; Brat's friend Montana and his wife Rhonda; and of course, Brat and Judy's six dogs – Staxx, Rockie, Fat Boy, Loyal, Fendi, and Rebel – among others.
The series also features a surprise appearance by Brat's half sister LisaRaye McCoy, as the siblings explore their strained relationship.
Watch the teaser below.
Kandi Burruss shamed herself by wearing a madame-inspired frock on RHOA Season 13 Reunion show on April 1. Fans called out the mom-of-two's ridiculous stripper attire.
Kandi's co-stars, Kenya Moore, Porsha Williams, Drew Sidora, LaToya Ali, Shamea Morton, and Marlo Hampton, all wore tasteful gowns for the all-black dungeon theme.
But fans dragged Kandi Burruss for wearing a black bodysuit, shorts and thigh-high slipper boots with a floor-length duster.
"[What the hell] do kandi have on," wrote one fan on Instagram.
In response to Bravo's publicity photo of her outfit, Kandi insisted she was within the theme of what Bravo told the cast to wear.
"I saw that ol' ugly picture that Bravo put out of my reunion look, I was like 'Really? That's the picture they chose?! Everybody tried to roast me but I actually was in the theme of what they told us the reunion was supposed to be which I was told it was supposed to be burlesque, 50 Shades Of Gray, dungeon, whatever."
Cast member LaToya Ali also embarrassed herself by wearing a barely there sheer, see through lingerie with just enough feathers to leave a little to the imagination.
According to vlogger Michelle, of StraightfromtheA.com, Porsha won the Best Dressed trophy
Check out some more theme looks and reviews below.
Mehgan James shared her views on cheating men in a recent episode of AllBlk's new reality TV series "Notorious Women."
The 31-year-old Houston native previously dumped former NBA player Kedrick Brown for cheating on her.
But her views on cheating men have evolved over the years. She isn't playing games when it comes to her peace of mind. Mehgan says her man can cheat on her -- as long he does it respectfully.
"Cheating respectfully, to me, is cheating where I don't find out," she said.
"Cheating respectfully because, believe it or not, your man is cheating," she said. "I believe that a guy can love you and cheat on you, I'm sorry. Guys are built different than us."
Mehgan added that her man should maintain control over his side pieces, use condoms, and don't bring home another woman's baby.
"I'll only leave my man for three [reasons]," the former "Bad Girls Club" star said. "You bring me home an STD, you have a baby on me, or if you gay."
"There's levels to cheating," said Stormey Ramdhane, who has two sons with Suge Knight. "Don't buy the b**** nothing, don't make her feel special. She can't be more special than me."
"How could you have this whole man list with all these requirements ... and then be okay with him cheating on you," said La’Britney, an R&B singer and former Love & Hip-Hop cast member.
Watch the video below.
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This once popular TV family has fallen out of favor with the viewing public. The children are grown and not so adorable anymore. Negotiations are underway to bring them back, but does anyone care?
A certain reality TV family is in contract negotiations for a four year renewal to their contracts (with options each year). You guys think of this show as sort of herpes that never goes away. But I think it is kind of cute but I don't always recap it. I hate half hour shows. Mommy dearest makes six figures per episode plus a small executive producer check for a half hour show! The network loves the show because it is so cheap to make. The problem is that the cute little kids are all growing up and becoming a bit obnoxious and not that cute anymore.
The attorney repping the family is the best in the business. The negotiations are expected to continue for a few weeks. It is a complete renegotiation. No one in the family has an actual job, so they are desperate to keep the show on the air for as long as possible.
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Over the weekend, Blac Chyna was dragged on Instagram after her new "boyfriend" was exposed as a down low male. Now the blogs claim she knew about her man's ghey lover all along.
Chyna recently signed a new deal with WEtv for a reality TV series called "The Real Blac Chyna."
The announcement of Chyna's new reality series didn't create much buzz, probably due to Chyna's previous reality TV flops.
According to Rhymeswithsnitch, the drama ensued after Chyna introduced her new man on Instagram. She posted a photo of hew new boo wearing a lacefront wig, along with the caption: "Mines."
An IG user who goes by the handle @sola_radio responded, "Yeah he mine to [sic]."
In response to another IG user who asked, "that's yo dude?", he said, "been my ni**a but I guess we sharing now."
A few fans initially fell for the gossip and innuendo, but not enough to create the buzz that Chyna was hoping for. She eventually deleted the pic.
But drama queen, @sola_radio, wasn't done. He posted a series of screenshots claiming he had receipts to prove Chyna was lurking on his boyfriend's page since September.
It wasn't long before Chyna's fans rolled their eyes and suggested the fake drama was all a stunt for a storyline.
"Everyone but the boy friend knew this was a story line. Now he's in feelings thinking he lost his little boy friend," wrote one Rhymeswithsnitch commenter.
Another blogger wrote: "This is clearly a storyline for her reality show. Why are people so stupid?"
That's a good question.
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Iyanla Vanzant counsels three generations of LisaRaye McCoy's dysfunctional family in the latest episode of "Iyanla, Fix My Life."
Iyanla invited LisaRaye, her mother, Katie, and her daughter, Kai, to discuss the issues that tears at the fabric of their mother-daughter relationships.
LisaRaye shared that her mom, daughter and granddaughter all with her. The reality star and talk show host said she welcomed her mom and daughter to live with her because she's a Libra and a "sucker for a sad story."
Tears were shed and feelings were hurt during the episode, but Iyanla managed to cut through the layers to find common ground that all 3 women can stand on to begin the healing process.
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Tanya Sam walked away from Real Housewives of Atlanta in mid-season over a male stripper scandal.
Tanya, who is not an official 'Housewife’ - but collects a paycheck as a "Friend of the Show", walked off the set and refuses to film the rest of the season, production sources told TMZ.
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According to TMZ sources, the drama started at a bachelorette party for castmate Cynthia Bailey (right) when Tanya (left) and Porsha Williams allegedly participated in a threesome with a male stripper -- after the cameras stopped rolling.
The tech startup entrepreneur is reportedly upset over the focus on the show's male stripper incident. She's also annoyed that her fiancé's cheating took center stage in season 12.
Tanya reportedly quit the rest of the season, so viewers will notice she is gone after a few episodes.
She is allegedly so upset that she's not even considering doing the reunion show when the season wraps.
Mary Cosby was only 22 when she married her step-grandfather Robert Cosby Sr., now 62.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast member said she told Robert Sr. she was on her period to avoid having marital sex with him on their wedding night.
"I'm not gonna lie it was all bizarre. Thank goodness I was on my period at the time and the period lasted about two weeks."
Mary said he repeatedly asked if she was still on her period. She said she prayed on it before eventually consummating their marriage on the 28th day.
Mary's grandmother, Rosemary "Mama" Cosby (pictured with Robert), pre-ordained that Mary would inherit her estate -- including the Faith Temple Pentecostal Church, other churches, homes, restaurants, money, and her second husband, Robert Sr.
When Mama Cosby passed, Mary inherited everything that her mother thought she should've received as her mother’s closest next of kin. Mary's inheritance drove a wedge between her and her mother to this day.
"I was actually 22 when I got married. It split our church. My mom felt like she was the one who should have had all of it and the church," Mary said.
Mary said she was 19 when she last spoke with her mother - her best friend at the time.
As for consummating her marriage on the 28th day, Mary said, "It worked out so good. Like, it couldn't have been better."