All it takes is a family member following you around with a flip-cam and a few poorly-lit confessionals on your sofa and you too can have your own reality series. Just ask Mickey “Memphitz” Wright and his wife Toya Wright.
It has been speculated by your cousins living outside I-285 for a while now that the couple has been filming a reality show showcasing their life as a blended family, and now a sneak peek at the forthcoming series, tentatively titled ‘Toya & Memphitz: Crazy In Love’, has surfaced.
Will the show prove that The Harrises aren’t the only family capable of getting their hustle on? Probably not, but we will be sure to wish them the best the next time we spot them in the food court at South Dekalb Mall. Unless you are K. Michelle go ahead and hit play after the jump.
Your favorite ratchet lounge singer K. Michelle of ‘Love & Cigarillos: Atlanta’ fame sat down with The Breakfast Club to tell her story — again.
After the jump, watch the M-Town goonette continue her campaign to snatch away Toya Wright’s Louisiana Purchase card, describe the craziness of dealing with Memphitz, and her beef with Karlie Redd. She also explains how God told Mase to move her to Atlanta. You can read that last sentence twice but it’s not going to change.
Always the lady, ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ hoodrat lounge singer K. Michelle has refrained from making disparaging comments about Toya Wright in the media* despite all the shade throwing — until now.
*Don’t come for my MacBook Pro, that’s what your fancy cousins call Sister 2 Sister magazine and blogs like the one you are visiting right now these days. I just run with it.
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: