Get you a piece, whore! The Little Wig That Could is ready for her time in the spotlight. All eyes were on Traci Braxton as she filmed the music video for her single “Last Call” in Los Angeles on Monday.
Check out more flicks from the set and listen to the track after the jump.
‘Basketball Wives LA’ power player Draya Michele is doing her best at making sure her thot tendencies of yesteryear are left in your local recycle bin.
Taking to her Twitter page, Draya revealed that she believes having a flat ass and the chest of a 11-year-old boy whose name isn’t Terrio helps you to not only fit better into dresses made out of imported du-rag material but look classy.
Orange Is The New Yassss and you will deal. Cast members from the hit Netflix original series kicked it with Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star and Keisha Chante at the livest show on television this week. The debut season of the show produced a cult-like status. Now with the sophomore season in the books, fans are foaming at the mouths for more tales from behind the walls at Litchfield Womens Prison.
Watch Laverne Cox, Taryn Manning, Samira Wiley, and Danielle Brooks talk about the impact the show has made on fans and more under the cut.
One half of the hottest couple to walk hand-in-hand while shopping at Greenbriar Mall, Ciara, looked radiant as she attended the Safe Kids Day 2014 event over the weekend. Check out more flicks over at Amy Traphouse!
Don’t be surprised if your favorite stud rapper (I’m looking at you, Da Brat) pops up rocking a Jason Collins jersey in their latest misogyny-ladden music video. It’s a hot item.
NBA Senior Vice President for licensing and business affairs Vicky Picca announced on Tuesday (February 25) that Collins’ No. 98 Brooklyn Nets uniform is the top-seller on NBA.com, besting the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin. ”Jason Collins’ return to the league represents a historic moment, and fans continue to show their support by (buying) Jason’s jersey,” said Picca.
The 13-year league veteran — who became first openly gay man to play in the NBA last week – plans to wear No. 98 starting tonight against the Trail Blazers as a tribute to Matthew Shepard, who was murdered in 1998 because he was gay.