When Trina laid out the guidelines on how to make a come up via baller peen on “Hustling” it was up to the youth to take notes and act accordingly — but a child has been left behind and might need the each one teach one version.
After managing to sneak backstage of a 2 Chainz concert by claiming to have been invited by rapper Cap-1, one groupie’s dreams of being a future cast member of Love and Hip Hop ATL were brought to an end once the TRU University dean to ask “is this your thot?” That means “who art thou hoe” for those not fluent in the latest trap lingo.
The night time unimaginative, lackluster, pressed, delayed, so-you-can-roll-over-and-let-your-man-press-his-meat-against-the-small-of-your-back-until-Sports-Center-comes-on medicine is ending its run after three seasons.
The Baby Mama Chapter of Broke Phi Broke can’t seem to catch a break this quarter.
Mathew Knowles‘ baby mama Alexsandra Wright took a dollar cab down to Inside Edition recently to speak out against Knowles for turning her life into a K. Michelle song. Well, would you look at that. I’m fresh out of sympathy. Try back later this week.
For whatever asinine reason, Alexsandra believed that her pussy stood a chance against the longstanding power of a roots box. She engaged in a 18-month long affair with Mathew while he was still married to Tina Knowles. That was her first fuck up.
Fuck up #2 occured when she laid back and caught Mathew’s baby batter as “Pushin’ Inside of You” by Sons of Funk played in the background. Currently, he owes $32,000 in court ordered child support. In the meanwhile, Wright has been “forced” (catch that quotation marks shade) to get on food stamps to take care of Nixon.
“Crispy chicken, fresh lettuce, three cheeses, ranch dressing” aren’t just catchy lyrics from Mary J. Blige‘s last single to crack Billboard’s Top 40. They may be apart of her daily grind if she gets a part-time gig at Burger King in order to pay off her tax bill.
Uncle Sam has “understand estimate her intellgents” once again.