Oh no you don’t, Conservative Black America. Petition my sweet ass. Are you not entertained? Is this not why you are here?
In what is possibly the most beautiful display of affection in a transgender relationship since Bow Wow nuzzled with Ciara for Vibe magazine, my new favorite person on Twitter Joseline Hernandez used 140 characters and then some to defend her feelings for producer / occasional indentured servant Stevie J – and past as a stripper this week.
“Stevie J is everyone’s man so please! Not just mines. I’m not gready I share! Who wants him?! He will put you on too!,” wrote the ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ breakout male lead, undoubtedly twisting the knife in Mimi Faust‘s heart.
I’m all in! This shit is like ‘The Notebook’ for Bankhead.
Stevie J was more delicate in his approach. “It’s only the first episode ladies! I’m the good guy. I lie because I don’t want to hurt her. Most guys feel the same way,” pleaded the producer of the future hit song “Still Waters Run Deep (Inside Urinals At Traxx Atlanta After You Flush The Condom)” to his followers, adding, “I’ll take all of the cussing, fussing, arguing for my love!”
Tamar Braxton is itchin’ to get scratched. Down in Fraggle Rock.
The always outspoken Braxton sister reached out to friend Toya Wright — wife of former Jive Records music executive Mickey “Memphitz” Wright — via Twitter to chime in on K. Michelle‘s emotional revelation that she had suffered physical abuse at the hands of a former lover with music industry ties on the series premiere of ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” on Monday night (June 18).
On the inaugural episode, K. Michelle never mentioned Memphitz by name but many viewers familiar with her past were able to decipher the code, including Tamar.
Tamar’s tweets prompted K.Michelle to respond during a radio interview the following day:
Lil’ Scrappy is opening up about his failed relationship with former girlfriend, fellow Atlanta rapper Diamond.
Scrappy admits that after the ‘Bitch Muzik’ spitta went public with her relationship with Soulja Boy last year he was left crushed but maintains that he doesn’t have beef with De’Andre — or his pride week flat twists.
This is what it sounds like with doves cry.
“When that Diamond situation happened, it just taught me a real valuable lesson, ’cause I know, as I can see, I’m not a good judge of character,” he revealed Wednesday (June 20) on MTV’s hip-hop portal ‘RapFix Live.’
Following last night’s premiere episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ many viewers were left with a bevy of unresolved concerns mostly dealing with show cast member Joseline Hernandez. Here’s what we have so far.
- == She believes Mimi Faust is nothing more than a baby mama ==
What’s a relationship of 15 years when you haven’t bothered to pull out a stopwatch to clock your 15 seconds of Black Twitter stardom? Speaking exclusively with Juicy magazine, the aspiring rapper shrugged off fellow cast member Mimi’s romantic ties with her manager, Stevie J.
“No. I didn’t know about Mimi. He didn’t say anything about being in a relationship. He pretty much told me, ‘I have a baby momma,’ but Stevie has how many baby mommas? Four? So I didn’t think of anything like that,” said Joseline. “She was just a baby momma. To me, she still a baby mom.”