I told y’all yesterday that Frank Ski would be making an “official announcement” one day this week.
[READ: Atlanta Radio TEA! The End of The Frank & Wanda Morning Show…]
Well, it’s official. My sources were right on the money and Frank’s announcement came within one day of my prediction.
Frank officially announced this morning that he is leaving Atlanta radio station V-103 after 14 years.
Watch video of Frank’s Ski’s resignation below… Continue Reading…
Miss Sophia’s rambunctious “girl talk” segment was once an Atlanta staple on V-103 radio’s Frank & Wanda Morning Show, but the segment mysteriously disappeared a few days prior to Memorial day of this year.
[READ: Miss Sophia… Gone!]
The no holds barred drag queen, aka Joe Taylor, quietly left the station without a goodbye and all of his/her fans were stunned by the sudden departure. Rumors soon surfaced about the “real” reason Miss Sophia’s contract wasn’t renewed.
[READ: I Heard… Atlanta Radio Gossip]
I caught up with Miss Sophia recently during photographer FreddyO’s office party, and you’ll never guess what he/she’s been up to now! Continue Reading…
Atlanta radio personalities Frank Ski and Wanda Smith of V-103 held a contest last week for Trey Songz tickets. One unsuspecting fan was to receive the gift of tickets PLUS a special delivery by Mr. Songz himself.
The trio hit the streets early Saturday morning, just hours before the concert was to begin and knocked on the door of a VERY surprised (but ecstatic) fan: Continue Reading…
V-103’s Frank Ski invited all of his celebrity friends to join him in celebrating another year of life. Spotted in the crowd were Monica, Rocko, Webster Emanual Lewis, DTP’s Chaka Zulu and Kevin Liles. Check out a few flix sent over by Freddy-O:
Frank Ski greets Emmanuel Lewis.
My favorite Atlanta couple Rocko & Monica
Kevin Liles, Erica Jones, Chaka Zulu, Tanya & Frank Ski
Happy Birthday Frank!
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Porsche Foxx, pictured above during the BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta, has been terminated (yet again) from Atlanta radio station V-103. Program director Reggie Rouse sent an e-mail Wednesday informing staff of Foxx’s departure, and she has been removed from the list of DJs on the V-103 website. Her second stint as midday host lasted just over 16 months and although the station cites low ratings for the termination, sources say that the host may have failed a random drug test. Continue Reading…