Neffeteria “Neffe” Pugh and Shelby “Soullow” Lowery kicked off the new season of ‘Iyanla: Fix My Life’ last week.
[READ: Iyanla Vanzant Attempts to Fix Neffe & Soullow’s ‘Broken Reality’ (Part 1) – FULL VIDEO]
The couple clearly had more
issues than vogue problems than Iyanla could address in one hour, so she dedicated two episodes to their failing marriage.
In Part 2 of the two-part season premiere event, Iyanla delves deeper into the baggage of former reality stars Neffeteria “Neffe” Pugh and Shelby “Soullow” Lowery as they try to save their marriage. But when Iyanla questions Neffe’s motivation for being there, Neffe storms off. Just how much drama can this marriage survive?
In case you missed it, check out PART 2 of Neffe & Soullow’s ‘Fix My Life’ appearance below… Continue Reading…
Iyanla Vanzant‘s season 5 premiere for “Fix My Life” was a doozie last night!
It’s been a while since Neffeteria “Neffe” Pugh and Shelby “Soullow” Lowery graced our television screens but the former reality stars, best known for their stint on BET’s “Frankie & Neffe” have returned on a much somber note.
A few weeks back, I posted the teaser video of Neffe & Soullow’s appearance on “Iyanla: Fix My Life” that (click HERE if you missed that)
In part one of the 2-part season premiere, Iyanla travels to Atlanta to visit couple, who are now living in a hotel with their 5 kids and on the brink of divorce.
Recap + watch part 1 of Neffe & Soullow’s appearance on “Iyanla: Fix My Life” below… Continue Reading…
Remember Neffeteria “Neffe” Pugh and her husbnad Shelby “Soullow” Lowery?
Well, Neffe is best known for being the older sister to R&B singer Keyshia Cole, but she’s managed to build a reputation of her own through her stint on several reality shows.
[READ: They’re Back! Keyshia Cole & Family Reunite For Reality Show Taping (PHOTOS)]
Now, Neffe has returned to television with her husband Shelby “Soullow” Lowery by her side, but she’s not portraying ‘happily every after’… she’s being ‘fixed’ by Iyanla!
Check out a preview clip from Neffe’s upcoming appearance on ‘Iyanla: Fix My Life’ below… Continue Reading…
Iyanla Vanzant premiered her new golden hair color as she was one of the many beautiful people in attendance for the 2016 NAACP Image Awards last night (February 5, 2016).
[READ: ‘Fashion Queen’ Derek J Reviews NAACP #ImageAwards Red Carpet (PHOTOS)]
In light of Stacy Dash’s outragous comments about how Black History Month and Black awards shows a form of segregation, many have presented opposing views in response.
[READ: Gabrielle Union: ‘Who Is Stacy Dash?’ + Dash Demands Apology From Naysayers… ]
Vanzant hit the net last night after attending the Image Awards to eloquently share her own take on the situation. Continue Reading…
It was just a few days ago that I revealed in a ‘not so blind’ item that Oprah Winfrey‘s OWN newtork would be pulling the plug on their ‘baby daddy’ themed show (click HERE if you missed that).
[FLASHBACK: Newsflash! Jay Williams (Father of 34) Gets OWN Reality Show… ]
The show was to be focused around Jay Williams, the Atlanta resident with 34 kids and 17 baby mamas that bared his baby mama drama on several episodes of Iyanla: Fix My Life.
The goal of the ‘Untitled Jay Williams Project’ was to follow Williams as he worked to put his life and relationships in order with the help of spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant holding him accountable every step of the way…. but things didn’t turn out as planned.
[READ: Not So Blind Item: OWN’s ‘Baby Daddy’ Show Reportedly Put On Ice… ]
Well… it seems my hot tea was true. OWN has released an official statement severing ties with the project.
More details + OWN’s official statement below… Continue Reading…
Having multiple baby mamas seems to be the norm nowadays and drama that comes along with all those mixed relationships would make for perfect ‘real life’ reality television.
Rapper Shawty Lo tried to bring his situation to mainstream a few years ago with ‘All My Baby Mamas’ (click HERE to watch) but his story was banned from tv after thousands signed a petition stating it was too stereotypical.
[READ: Meet The Woman Behind The ‘All My Babies Mamas’ Petition… ]
That being said, a rapper with several baby mamas is an issue but apparently a well spoken father of 34 isn’t. (insert side-eye!)
Jay Williams from Iyanla: Fix My Life, the guy who had fathered 34 children from 17 different woman is now getting a shot at bringing his real life problems to the small screen.
Williams story (which you can watch in it’s entirety HERE) sparked several ‘Fix My Life’ follow ups and many suggested that it was his intent all along to secure his own show.
Well… his plan worked. Details + press release below… Continue Reading…