Pass the garlic crab legs tray and remote control pon de left hand side! The queen of Ampro gel angst Keyshia Cole is back on BET with her new six episode reality show, ‘Keyshia Cole: Family First.’
The series will grant viewers with an intimate look at the Songs In The Key of Hoodrat singer at her most vulnerable as a wife to NBA baller Daniel Gibson and mother to their 2-year-old son D.J.
‘Family First’ will be executive produced by James DuBose of DuBose Entertainment, along with Cole, Gibson and Michele Barnwell.
No official word on if mom Frankie will bless our television screens with the type of sense and sensibility only room temperature St. Ides can provide but I am remaining hopeful. Askew wigs are always a welcome presence on my DVR.
Check out snapshots of The Gibson Family on a shopping trip in West Hollywood.
Neffe, to the bat cave!
While hosting a New Year’s Eve party at a hole in the wall dent in the sheet rock nightclub in Pennsylvania swamped with sweaty neck patrons, Lil’ Kim grabbed the mic to let attendees in on the news that she and Mary J. Blige have plans to diss not only Nicki Minaj but also one-time collaborator Keyshia Cole on an upcoming track.
I think this other bitch got a song with Keyshia Cole, right? Coming at me and the mothafuckin’ other queen, Mary J. Blige. Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive where they won’t even fucking exist no more and erase their fucking social security number! We gon’ remind them who the fuck we are! I’m not playing with this bitch for 2011. I’m saying, we can rock together but bitch you ain’t taking nothing from me!
God I hope Frankie isn’t up-to-date on her rabies immunizations.
Since settling into the new mommy gig Keyshia Cole has understandably cut back on red carpet appearances at low country crab boils and other prestigious events but is still on call to share her “talents” with her gracious public! On Saturday night she popped a handful of Ricola’s into her mouth and gots-tah yodeling for The 5th Annual Black Girls Rock! Awards in New York City.