One of the main benefits (okay, only) of choosing not to swallow is being able to take cute baby bump pictures like Amina Buddafly does while spending her days on Instagram until the new season of ‘Love & Hip Hop Damn Atlanta Not Back Yet, Who Are These Niggas?’ starts filming.
I’m sure she has a baby registry at Target or Burlington Coat so I personally challenge you all to be good sports. Buy her a gift and write it off as charitable donation on your taxes.
With a brand new album to push (shouts out to her little sister Shia for hitting the streets to slang copies), Black Fran Drescher is in full promo swing. Well, that’s when she isn’t displaying chickenhead-esque behavior in regard to her on-again-off-again-oh-who-gives-a-shit-its-2014 relationship with Nelly, but that’s a post for another day.
Watch Ashanti hit the stage on ‘The Queen Latifah Show’ to perform her single “I Got It” by pressing play.
No mercy for your faves. Reality fans won’t have to wait until Kandi Burruss‘ spin-off show later this year to catch a glimpse of her wedding gown. The ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ and her new hubby Todd Tucker have shared photos from their April 4 nuptials with In Touch.
“The whole thing was like a fairy tale!’ Burruss tells the magazine of the ceremony, which took in front of 300 guests inside Atlanta’s Le Fais Do-Do event facility.
Your bible study group’s complaints of there not being a television show that reflect African American women in a positive light have not fallen on deaf ears. Tameka “Tiny” Harris and her best friend Shekinah Anderson have a nabbed a new reality show promoting what we come to love from them the most.
“We haven’t named it but it’s a Tiny and Shekinah show and it’s going to be like The Simple Life with Nicole [Richie] and Paris [Hilton]. It’s going to be our version of that. It’s going to be really funny,” Queen Tiny explained in a recent interview, offering a hint at what fans can expect from the upcoming reality series.
Tiny and Shekinah partied with Future last night at a listening session for his album in Atlanta.
“We’re going to go on adventures and do a lot of the things we haven’t done, and it’s gonna be really hilarious. Just some of the ideas of things I want to do I just know is gonna be fun. We start shooting at the end of April.”
If it’s anything like this clip after the jump, I see nothing but Emmy gold in the duo’s future.
Pray for my haters. Submitted for your shady ass approval, here’s the gospel response to Rich Homie Quan’s soul-stirring coon anthem “Type Of Way” from Houston preacher Vaughaligan Walwyn that I made mention of during my latest podcast episode.
I wonder if there is bottle service in heaven. But I digress.
“Got A Feeling” appears on his project ‘Grace Still Abides’, which features other well known H-Town artists like Scarface, Bun B, Paul Wall, Mike Jones and Z-Ro. The album is currently available for pre-order on iTunes and is set to release nationwide April 8th.