I caught up with Rocko recently and got a chance to grill him on his favorite O.S.A.M. (Old School Atlanta Memory). Regardless what Killer Mike says about Freaknik, it appears that most true ATLiens can fondly reminisce and reflect about those good ole days riding down Peachtree Street flossin and glossin’.
Rocko is no exception, his favorite O.S.A.M. took us back to our favorite A-Town Black college reunion and he also suggests to Shirley Franklin (or whoever our next mayor will be) to consider bringing it back.
Gorilla Zoe was joined by all of his celebrity friends Monday evening at the viewing of his new film “Don’t Feed Da Animals.” Super producer Drumma Boy, Rocko, Shawty Lo, V-103’s Greg Street and more were spotted at the ATLMovies Theatre at Camp Creek during the premiere of the film. The flick, a joint venture between The Raw Report and Block Ent., is a mini-drama that shows Zoe’s transitional struggle from being Alonzo Mathis to rap star “Gorilla Zoe”.
The feature length film is also comprised of five music videos from Zoe’s newly released CD, including “Talk Back”, “Hood Rich”, “I Am Atlanta”, “Break It Down” and “Dope Boys”.
I normally don’t make fun of our resident drug addicts, but Crip is an Atlanta staple that almost everyone has ran into a time or two plus he’s forever burned in our memories for his feature debut in “Crackhead’s Gone Wild.” This time, our hometown crackhead’ll be going down in history as the leader of an A-town style dance off held on the sidelines of the video shoot for Bobby V’s “Hands on Me.” He and Yung Joc broke it down and Crip walked away with the grand prize: YouTube fame and a few bucks from Joc.
Check out this behind the scenes footage from Bobby Valentino‘s midnight video shoot for “Hands on Me” featuring Yung Joc. You may also recognize the venue…it’s Zesto’s on Ponce de Leon. Well Bobby turned the clock back and had the joint looking like “Happy Days,” complete with old school cars, leather jackets and waitresses on skates!
Check out the behind the scenes footage and flix below:
The rumors are true. Joc and I were fighting but we’ve made up. And YES…I blasted his “A”zz on Twitter 😆
I don’t even know where to start…so I guess I’ll start at the bar. Check out a few flix and video of Keyshia Cole’s bio-mom Frankie as she was spotted playing bartender at Sheree’ Whitfield’s “divorce party” last weekend. Talk about a “Code 10/Man Down” situation…Frankie made me a drink that made my nose run and burned the back of my throat! I’m still hungover and it’s been 3 dayum days…
Frankie’s currently working on a new reality show and sent a message via video. You can peep more photos and the video below (Warning: it’s full of strong language and ALCOHOL!): Continue Reading…
I attended a party over the weekend that was supposed to be Sheree´Whitfield’s “Brand New Me” divorce party. As it turns out, her ex-hubby, Bob Whitfield, ended up being the guest of honor! The drama started days before the soiree when Sheree´s people began sending emails to the invited guests stating the following:
Please be advised that the Official ShereeWhitfield Divorce Party has been postponed indefinitely. Any party being promoted as such is not associated with either Ms. ShereeWhitfield, nor with the Bravo Television Network. We apologize for any inconvenience, and do appreciate all of your willingness to support and attend. Thank you.
Not 10 minutes later, I received a phone call that the party was still on but apparently word was out that Sheree had been “banned” from her own party. Sources say that although that’s the word Bravo wants on the street, the truth is that she fell out with the event planners and simply said “eff it” to the bash. For some reason, she didn’t think the party planners could pull it off and didn’t want to be involved in a “star-studded” affair with no stars.
I’m with you Sheree’!
The party went off as planned, but it was like any other weekend A-Town bash. Now, don’t get me wrong…the rented mansion, the half naked men and the free food and liquor gave it a thumbs up for me. I had a helluva good time chillin at the bar with Frankie, but star-studded? I think not..