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…
They say ‘3rd time’s the charm’ and Kandi Burruss of The Real Housewives of Atlanta is getting a third go round at her own show.
Kandi first went solo on Bravo back in April 2013 for The Kandi Factory which was a reality competition series that chronicled Burruss and her team’s quest to assist 16 aspiring artists jump-start their dreams of success in the music industry. The show aired for one season with 8 episodes.
[FLASHBACK: Kandi Hosts ‘The Kandi Factory’ Preview Party… (PHOTOS)]
Burruss’s 2nd solo opportunity came during Kandi’s Wedding, a five-part wedding series that aired back in June 2014. Kandi and her husband Todd Tucker aired all their family drama as they prepared to walk down the aisle for their wedding ceremony.
Now Kandi’s marital drama has sparked another spin-off for the Grammy-award winning songstress, as Kandi, her hubby Todd Tucker and their blended family hit the screen for a show tentatively titled, ‘Meet The Tuckers‘.
Details below… Continue Reading…
Singer Keyshia Cole is riding high off of the premiere of her latest BET reality show, ‘ALL IN’ which premiered last night (February 25, 2015).
[WATCH: FIRST LOOK: Keyshia Cole’s ‘ALL IN’ – Pilot Episode (FULL VIDEO)]
Cole was joined by a slew of family, friends and supporters like Faith Evans and Keisha Epps (Total) and more during her premiere party on Monday, but it was Cole’s estranged husband, Daniel ‘Boobie’ Gibson, that caught the eye of all the blawgs.
FYI… Coles post came only hours after Daniel had already leaked the potential good news.
More photos below… Continue Reading…
While some people are struggling to get ONE show of their own, Keyshia Cole is working on her THIRD!
The Oakland native and her family are heading back to reality television with her latest BET show ‘ALL IN,’ which begins next week.
[READ: They’re Back! Keyshia Cole & Family Reunite For Reality Show Taping (PHOTOS)]
Television viewers got their first glimpse of the soulful sonstress in The Way That It Is, she was a fiery artist on the rise who was struggling under the weight of her past, while trying to fulfill her dreams.
She tried again with Family First after years of amazing career highs and a number of personal lows. During that time, Keyshia faced a series of life changes including marriage to Daniel ‘Booby’ Gibson, and the birth of her son, Daniel, Jr..
In her latest reality saga, Keyshia faces more personal and professional crossroads as she deals with more family issues and learning that success and happiness don’t always go hand in hand. Still, she’s more determined than ever to show the world that both she and her career are built to last!
Details about Keyshia Cole’s new show + watch the full pilot episode of ‘ALL IN’ below: Continue Reading…
Who’s ready for more of the high-kicking drama of the Dancing Dolls? Well Lifetime is about to #BringIt with the return of its 2nd season!
The network’s smash hit series BringIt! returns this Friday (January 23, 2015) and boy does it promise to bring more action and fierce competition than last year.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Bring It!, the dance-focused show features Jackson, Mississippi’s, the Dancing Dolls, as they compete in a series of regional competitions. Continue Reading…
Another day, another ‘reality’ show gets added to someone’s weekly lineup.
This time it’s VH1’s ‘Sorority Sisters,’ which was battling for survival after several Black Greek organizations petitioned against it. But apparently not even 42,000 signatures, could stop this reality show train.
Sorority Sisters follows the lives of “sorors” from four different Atlanta sororities. Unlike most white sororities, African-American sorors pledge for life and are expected to continue with community work long after graduation.
With this fierce loyalty comes intense rivalry among the sisters of the different organizations. From long-awaited reunions and high teas, to managing the men in their lives, it’s homecoming all across the ATL! Our ladies have a lot at stake, from maintaining their image in the community to holding down the bonds and legacies of their sororities.
Meet the cast of ‘Sorority Sisters’ + watch an extended sneak peek of the trailer below… Continue Reading…