Singer Kelly Price played host to a huge birthday celebration at Atlanta’s Gold Room last night (April 8, 2016).
Price celebrated her 43rd birthday surrounded by a slew of family and friends who partied the night away in honor of the R&B Diva at the popular ATL hot spot.
Celebrity attendees included: Stevie J (LHHATL), Faith Evans, Tamar Braxton, Trina Braxton, Vanessa Williams, Nicci Gilbert, Yo-Yo, Algebra, Anthony David, Bo Talley, Carl Payne, Clifton Powell, Dave Hollister, James Wright Chanel, Jasmine Burke, Kyla Pratt, Mc Lyte and many more.
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Meet the Kings… the newest family featured on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.
During the season 5 premier of LHHATL, cast member Yung Joc alluded to the King family’s criminal legacy, and apparently its all true.
[READ: Recap: 5 Things Revealed on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s Season 5 Premiere (FULL VIDEO)]
Family matriarch, Karen ‘KK’ King, is a former “fugitive of the week” and an alumni of the crime show “America’s Most Wanted,” after she was accused in the severe beating of her ex-boyfriend/baby daddy.
The single mother was a wanted woman and was sought by the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office for kidnapping with bodily injury, aggravated assault and aggravated battery and her two sons, Alonte ‘Scrapp’ Smith and Lyndon ‘Sas’ Smith were also later arrested in connection to the incident.
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The 2nd half of Empire’s second season is off with a bang and it seems Lee Daniels finally got the writing back on track!
[READ: RECAP: Empire Season 2, Episode 11 (FULL VIDEO)]
Episode 12, ‘A Rose By Any Other Name’ aired last night (April 7, 2016), and it certainly drew fans back in with a slew of musical performances and a surprising ending.
Camilla sinks her claws into Hakeem, the acting Empire CEO, while the rest of the Lyon family members try to get him back on their side; Jamal gets backlash from his fans; Rhonda and Andre’s marriage is tested.
In case you missed it, read recap + watch Empire Season 2, Episode 12 below… Continue Reading…
Porsha Williams of The Real Housewives of Atlanta has been labeled the ‘ATL’s Most Violent Housewife’ after at least THREE physical altercations she were involved in were caught on tape.
Nene Leakes tried to give her younger castmate advice during part 3 of the RHOA season 8 reunion show, but her statement apparently fell on deaf ears.
[READ: RHOA OG Nene Leakes Sends ‘Post Reunion’ Message to Porsha Williams…]
Williams admitted during the reunion that she’d been involved in ‘Anger Management’ classes and Bravo recently released ‘behind the scenes’ footage from Porsha’s therapy session.
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NEWSFLASH!! Clifford ‘T.I.’ Harris
doesn’t give a rat’s azzz what you think about his newborn’s name.
“Never mind what haters say, ignore ’em till they fade away!” ~ T.I.
The rapper/actor/restauranteur hit the gram yesterday and ignored his own advice by deciding to address a few naysayers who were dissing his daughter’s name.
[READ: T.I. & Tiny Reveal Name + 1st Photo of Daughter ‘Heiress Harris’… ]
As you know, T.I. and his lovely wife Tameka Harris recently celebrated the arrival of a beautiful baby girl they named ‘Heiress’ Harris.
heir·ess (Pronounced – ˈeris) = a female heir, especially to vast wealth.
Many shared their opinions about the name online and T.I. unapologetically ‘clapped-back’ on ’em… Continue Reading…
Apparel maker Gap has apologized for an image used in an ad that some critics (i.e. ‘Black Twitter’) felt was racially insensitive.
The ad in question depicts four young girls that are part of Le Petit Cirque, a traveling circus company that features boys and girls between the ages of 5 to 14. In the image, an African-American girl is posing next to a taller Caucasian girl that is propping her arm on the younger girl’s head.
Twitter commenters were quick to pounce… with many claiming the ad cast the black child as merely “an armrest.”
Read ‘Black Twitter’s’ response + Gap’s apology for their racially insensitive print ad below… Continue Reading…