Fans of the reality competition ‘I Want Diddy To Be My Slave Master’ surely remember over-the-top-and-under-the-bottom contestant Kim “Poprah” Kearney.
After being booted from the running on both seasons for her unapologetic penchant of being loud and wrong (like everybody else on Facebook), the self-proclaimed hybrid of Diddy and Oprah has managed to keep her face out there, one “oh, okay sis” at a time.
I’m not sure if you can call attending Tami Roman’s nail polish event on ‘Basketball Wives’ this season scoring a cameo but she did appear on an episode of MTV’s True Life. Anything to make it to the popular page on Instagram, I guess.
In her latest update, Poprah is alleging that Tyler Perry attempted to steal her trademark for a faith-based television show she pitched to him back in 2008. Read her claims in a press release below.
In the below clip from Tyler Perry‘s appearance on ‘Oprah Next Chapter,’ he explains how he tried to help Whitney Houston through her struggle with addiction due largely in part to an ominous feeling about her fate.
“I felt a huge responsibility for her, for Whitney, herself. From the first day we sat down in that restaurant and had a conversation where she was so open with me, I felt a responsibility to do all I could to help her . . . I sensed, like most people who deal with people who have addiction issues, they sense that there is a ‘death day’ coming.”
Hours before Bobbi Kristina made her acting debut on ‘For Better or Worse’, show creator Tyler Perry took to his website to voice his support.
“Ok, with my heart and soul I will help and protect this child, just as I tried to do for Whitney. So with that said, one thing I knew that Krissi would need after Whitney’s death was a safe place to grieve. So when she told me she wanted to act I said I would help,” writes Perry in a community message to his supporters.
He continued: “If she had said she wanted to be a doctor I would have tried to help her get into the best schools. But because she said acting, that was easy for me. I thought, ‘this is great’. This way I could have her on the show, while at the same time be there for her and help her walk through this grief.”
To hell with what your doubting cousins with early bootleg DVD access have to say, Tyler Perry believes in the acting abilities of Kim Kardashian.
Speaking about Kimmy Kakes at the ‘Madea’s Witness Protection’ premiere last week, Perry praised the reality television star, saying “She’s a good actress. She did a really good job.”
“There was a lot going on with her marriage and all that stuff at the time [of filming],” the filmmaker said highlighting that he worked with Kardashian around the time she decided to end her 72-day marriage with Kris Humphries . “All that stuff that’s in the past. The movie’s called ‘The Marriage Counselor.’ Of course it had something to do with that.”
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Perry also shared his high hopes for Bobbi Kristina Brown. “She did a fantastic job. That kid has such a future,” said Perry about Bobbi Kris, whom he cast in his TBS series, ‘For Better or Worse.’