“I like my girls BBW, the type that like to s##k you dry and then eat some lunch with you.” Baybeh, Baybeh, up until the weekend, I thought those were just some lyrics, but honey, Drake really got some of you big ol’ ladies about to lay it low, and spread it wide for meals and deals. No ma’am!
Despite my personal opinion, it looks like the latest “reality star” to cash in on the lucrative sex-tape scene is Mama June, from TLC’s “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.”
Yall remember when Honey Boo Boo used to run her ass around talking ‘bout “a dollar make me holla Honey Boo Boo Chile?” Well bish, I guess the apple don’t fall too far from the tree, and I now I see where her grown ass got it from.
According to TMZ:
Vivid Entertainment honcho Steve Hirsch has reached out to MJ and SB, offering them up to $1 MIL and maybe even more if they bang on camera for Vivid’s BBW site. Hirsch says to June, “We believe you would fit into that category.”
And Vivid will let June call the shots … assuming Sugar Bear can perform multiples.
My gawd, that’s a whole lot of footage to shoot. But I ain’t mad at her. Mama reality checks starting to dry up and she readt to cash out in true Kim K fashion. Hello Somebody!
No shade, but I have a feeling Mama June just might “break the internet.”
Chile… I’m just sitting here snickering because I know that this new show Sorority Sisters has quite a few of you guy’s panties in a bunch. Well, if you had any curiosity as to if this show was going to be intense and filled with drama, wonder no more. The answer is yes hunty!!! Chile, they even went as far as to find a Caucasian member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority to join the cast. It appears as if Tina Marie’s involvement in an African American sorority is going to be a large part of the show’s central conflict. Additionally, she show is centered around clothing and shoe boutique owners whom are Greek. To add an additional layer of complexity to the drama, not only are some of the ladies rival boutique owners, they are rival business owners too.
This trendy boutique owner is the go to wardrobe stylist for various celebrities and local socialites. Her career naturally comes with its own share of drama, but Adrene has no problem handling conflicts head on. Being 3,000 miles away from her family in L.A., and after a recent breakup with her ex boyfriend, Adrene often feels the world is against her and oftentimes doesn’t allow people to get to know “the real Adrene.”
April splits her time providing speech therapy to private clients, while working on her dissertation and running her Buckhead clothing store, House of Couture Boutique. Now she’s taking it one step further by launching an online store. April’s passion is fashion and she won’t let anyone stand in the way of her dreams!
Priyanka, a former Miss ASU is a multi-faceted individual – dances burlesque at night for fun, and pounds the pavement during the day in hopes of starting a big foot shoe line! Priyanka is very comfortable in her own skin. Priyanka will defend her lifestyle, family, beliefs and sorors against any haters. Priyanka is currently looking for a man.
Shanna grew up in Arkansas as an obese kid. Like the movie, “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead,” Shanna fell in love with juicing in recent years and lost 70 pounds. Shanna is very sensitive about being white in an African-American sorority.
Ewww chile. I wonder what Sorority she is in. Must be Alpha Delta Dalmatian or Kappa Lambda Leopard. No Gawd Hunty! This is what happens when y’all make Remy Ma Honorary after being released from prison. Let me stop, I don’t even know this letty.
Educated Black Folks, after all y’all bitching & belly aching, useless online petitions, pointless banter in chapter meetings, and social media rants that fell on deaf ears, VH1 moved forward with the production of Sorority Sisters, a show that highlights the lives of Atlanta women who attended HBCU’s and pledged Historically Black Sororities.
NEW YORK, NY – December 11, 2014 – VH1 gives viewers a rare glimpse into the unique world of ATL Greek life with the series premiere of “Sorority Sisters”* on Monday,December 15 at 9:00 PM ET/PT. Nine women, who continue to honor the traditions and legacies of their respective sororities and chapters, all agree on one main principle: sisterhood doesn’t end after graduation, it’s for life. For these friends and sisters (or ‘sorors’) from celebrated historically black colleges and universities in Atlanta, strong ties to their organizations lead to fierce rivalries, but through thick and thin, these women stand united and share an unbreakable bond.
“Sorority Sisters” follows the lives of women from four different sororities. Since these ‘sorors’ are pledges for life, they are expected to continue their community work long after graduation. From long-awaited reunions, to managing the men in their lives, for these line sisters, it’s homecoming all across the ATL. These ladies have a lot at stake – their aspirations, reputations, livelihoods, friendships, and families – and the legacies of their sororities. “Sorority Sisters” premieres December 15 at 9PM on VH1.
Chile, I’m sure there is going to be some slow singing and flower bringing after this. Put me down for 2 cases of sodas. Somebody is about to die. I’ve got a feeling we are about to witness some more freeway marches. All I can say is “chile…”
“WE CAN’T HOLD THESE WOMEN TO HIGHER STANDARDS THAN OURSELVES.”
Some of you guys may have heard of Carlos King, Producer Extraordinaire. For those of you who have not, let me tell you about this b!tch. The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, and now Hollywood Divas are all masterpieces of this television visionary. When it comes to addressing the stigmas, stereotypes, and standards for black women in reality television, who better to address it than the Queen that made these chicks stars in the first place. I mean honestly, I know y’all don’t expect Joseline Hernandez to be the spokesperson for the movement, and Nene Leakes says “bridemaids”. B!tch i just fell out typing the word “bridemaids” PAUSE I need to catch my breath.
Whether it’s a table-flipping catfight or stinging allegations of a marital affair between castmates, the bar keeps getting raised for reality television year after year. But particularly in the Black community, a chorus of critics have accused shows like Real Housewives of Atlanta and Love & Hip Hop of propagating painful racial stereotypes, especially regarding Black women, in order to drive ratings. In the following open letter written exclusively for BET.com, Carlos King, executive producer of Real Housewives of Atlanta and Hollywood Divas, answers his critics.
I often get asked the question, “Do you have any guilt for perpetuating negative stereotypes of Black women on reality television?” And my answer is always a simple: No. I then always ask myself if my white counterparts get asked the same question, and I highly doubt they do, so why the double standard?
I am beyond blessed to have worked on two of the top reality shows in the history of the world; I executive produced Love & Hip Hop and I am currently the executive producer of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Please take a look at my reality as a Black gay executive producer in Hollywood, and in doing so I hope that you’ll come to understand the difference between being transparent and being stereotypical. Too often individual behavior is implied as a direct reflection for an entire race of people and justified as a stereotype. This is an unfair double standard that I must address. ~ Carlos King
Nene Leakes is quick to yell out that she is on Broadway, but she damn sure can’t yell out she is at Cirque du Soleil. This is a bit of old tea, seeing as though Leakes’s stint in Vegas was months ago. However, I was shocked to find out that the folks over at Cirque du Soleil were not featuring Nene Leakes. Looks like they made a bad investment. We’re hearing that Leakes was just unable to deliver the type of performance and exude the sex appeal that the role required. Originally signed to do a 10 day run, the powers that be at Cirque decided to cut Nene’s time short. Poor reviews and a less than stellar performance are the reasons being cited. Oh well, you win some and you lose some. Hopefully the Cinderella on Broadway people don’t boot her ass to the curb either. She’ll probably have better luck playing the evil stepmother. Something about that role feels a little more natural.
If you watched last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, then you were probably as tickled as I was when Kandi walked into her old home to discover that the Taliban had been practicing there. Kandi originally gifted the home to Mama Joyce. In an effort to make it her own, Mama Joyce enlisted the help of her boyfriend Benny to make some home improvements. Chile, the people say Benny had done pulled up all of Kandi’s tubs, sinks, and toilets, and that some man that favored Jimmy “JJ” Walker was seen selling sinks on the side of Langford Pkwy.
Y’all know I’m nosey as hell. I ran into Kandi last night, and I was all up in her business about these house renovations. I told her the people want to know can they use the bathroom at her old house or nah? To my surprised, Kandi informed me that all the king’s horsemen and all the king’s men were able to put her house back together again.
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