OK…the commercial above is for the Psychic Friend’s Network and features some chick that very much resembles Vivica A. Fox. The Fox look-alike explains how to use the sevice and even says she uses it for herself. Vivica has issued a statement denying any endorsement of the company:
Fox is alleging that the footage circulating online “is using her unauthorized likeness, footage, voice and photographs as an endorsement of their service.” Additionally, the actress is demanding that The Psychic Friends Network “cease and desist immediately” with use of the video and images.
Details about why the video was shot or how the images were obtained by The Psychic Friends Network were not explained. (Source)
Former Atlanta radio personality Porsche Foxx is in the news yet again. This time, the embattled host (pictured above during her 2004 arrest for DUI and drug possession) and with her live-in boyfriend Tony Mattews, are being sought as “persons of interest” in the suspicious fire of her Union City townhome. Arson investigators seek to question the two in connection with a suspicious fire that damaged three townhomes Tuesday morning in south Fulton County:
Bobby Brown‘s manager/live-in girlfriend, Alicia Etheridge is very much pregnant. That makes baby number five for Bobby and a first for Alicia. Bobby’s boo is best remembered as the “saxophone girl” in Teddy Riley’s Wreckx-N-Effect Rump Shaker video below:
The visual of Bobbb-bay telling Alicia “All I wanna do is zoom my zoom zoom zoom in a boom boom” is making my head hurt. Bobby really shoulda gotten it snipped-snipped by now. Like for real. *sigh*
How long has it been since you heard Cam’Ron on a song? Like for real…I’m not a hard core hip hop head, but the last thing I remember was him dissing Jay and Beyonce. So after a long hiatus, the dude who brought pink gear to the hardcore is launching a come-back campaign. His new single “I Hate My Job” will definitely appeal to alot of people these days and it is a funny “A”zzzz video.
T.I. was in NYC yesterday to promote his new reality show, “Road to Redemption,” which debuts on MTV February 10th. The show will feature eight-episodes that document Tip’s actions as he honors probation commitments, promotes Paper Trail, and prepares to serve his year in jail. I love the way Tip wears that scully on edge…
Throughout “Road to Redemption,” Tip is challenged with changing the lives of seven kids. They range from a number of cases, including a high school dropout-turned-drug dealer. “We’re gonna help him whether he wants it or not,” the rapper said in the segment before being introduced to the teen and opening up about his own tribulations.
T.I. said the show features a number of scenarios, only one of which is him preparing to be away from his family and the spotlight while behind bars.
“You’ll see all the things that go into what I do,” Tip told MTV News. “The work I put in to maintain this level of success and stardom. … You see me deal with kids in a way that may surprise you.
“The sky can be the limit,” he added later. “All you have to be willing to do is accept it.” (Source)