Kirk Frost and his very pregnant rap star wife Rasheeda of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta attended Hip-Hip Weekly (HHW)’s Style Experience last night in Atlanta (July 14, 2013).
The cute couple, who are “rumored” to be divorcing (insert side-eye) were hosts of the fashionable evening alongside fellow reality stars Cynthia Bailey and her hubby Peter Thomas of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
[READ: LHHATL’s Kirk & Rasheeda Separated? Don’t Believe the Hype!]
The HHW Style Experience invited a host of fashion industry insiders including buyers, vendors, celebrities, tastemakers and more to give an exclusive sneak peek into next season?s streetwear looks.
Other notable guests in attendance included: Quad Webb (Married to Medicine), Erica Dixon, Che Mack and?Shay Buckeey Johnson (Love and Hip Hop Atlanta); Q. Parker (formerly of 112), Sharlinda Rowe, Sabrina Parker-Rowe and Kahdijah Rowe (Big Rich Atlanta), producer Don Vito (The Kandi Factory), comedian Rodney Perry (The Mo’Nique Show), actors Jamal Woolard (Notorious), Christopher Williams (New Jack City),?Demetria McKinney (Tyler Perry?s?House of Payne).
Photos from HHW’s Style Experience below… Continue Reading…
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The ladies of Married to Medicine resumed their on screen squabbles and braggadocios ways as part two of the reunion show dredged on last night (May 20, 2013).
[READ: Married to Medicine Reunion Show (Part 1): RECAP, PHOTOS & FASHION… ]
Those who followed the show all season long would have to agree that these ladies ‘caught fire’ when they were boxing in ball gowns but since then, the show has just been smoldering.
Part two of the reunion was more smoke and a lot of hot air coming from the MD’s and Mrs. MD’s.
The only highlight of this show was the addition of Lucy, Mariah’s mother, who looked brilliant as the mascot of the Green Bay Packers at Vince Lombardi’s funeral.
Other than that, Part two of The Married To Medicine Season 1 Reunion show gave us a few ‘notable quotables’ that may sustain the reality show junkies until season 2 hits the air.
Details below… Continue Reading…
The dynamic double duo of Mariah Huq and Quad Webb-Lunceford seemed to steer all the focus and attention towards themselves during Part 1 of the Married to Medicine
[READ: Married To Medicine: Meet the Cast… (PHOTOS + VIDEO)]
Dandy Andy Cohen, who served as the evening’s moderator and the best ‘Good Judy’, allowed Quad and Mariah to go at the other cast members the entire hour.
[READ: Editorial: Is Bravo’s ‘Married to Medicine’ Reality Show a Disgrace to Educated Black Women?]
All the ladies appeared well manicured and primped, lounging on white chairs and slanging major attitude towards each other… and yes, there were even props courtesy of Mrs. Webb-Lunceford!
In case you missed it… catch a recap + photos from Bravo’s Married to Medicine Season 1 Reunion Show (Part 1) below… Continue Reading…
It’s been brought to my attention that Quad Webb-Lunceford of Married to Medicine
has a mugshot out in the universe from an incident that occurred back in 2011.
[READ: Bravo’s Married to Medicine A Disgrace to Educated Black Women?]
Quad spoke candidly about the situation during the first episode, where she stated that she was the aggressor in a domestic altercation between she and her husband where she threw a bowl at him and he called the police.
As standard procedure, both parties in a case such as this are locked up and being that they are still married and willing to air their business on a reality show, I’m assuming neither pressed charges on the other.
At any rate, check out both mugshots PLUS Quad’s episode 1 explanation below… Continue Reading…
The ladies of Married to Medicine have delivered to the reality junkies a syringe worth of that quality dope.
Reminiscent of snake oil dealers on a traveling road show, these wives have sold the audience on their fabulosity in this well executed circus.
[READ: Bravo?s ?Married to Medicine? Reality Show a Disgrace to Educated Black Women?]
As the show nears the end of its somewhat successful first season, these ladies have delivered a series worth of verbal jousts that would make us all believe that lemons are sweet and you smile when you eat them.
Check out a list of notable quotables that were spoken during Married to Medicine’s first season… Continue Reading…
[Editor’s Note: This post was submitted by “QueTheCreator” and the views and opinions expressed in it do not necessarily reflect the ones of StraightFromTheA or it’s editor, Michelle “ATLien” Brown. I do however think it’s a very interesting read and while I have yet to sit through an entire episode of Married to Medicine, those of you who have might find this editorial a quite interesting read. Enjoy!]
On April 7, 2013, the fourth episode of Bravo?s hit reality show Married to Medicine bowed in with 2.66 million viewers. Created by castmember Mariah Huq and the production company Purveyors of Pop, Married to Medicine allows its viewers into the lives of two prominent black female doctors and four wives of doctors, all women living in Atlanta.
[READ: Battling Buckhead Ballers! Married to Medicine Ep. 4 Recap (VIDEO)]
Before the show aired, an online petition from medical students at Howard University surfaced with a statement that Married to Medicine exploits educated, professional black women, associates them with ?materialism? and unprofessionalism,? and makes obtaining residencies harder for black women. Beyond this petition lies a more distinct truth: women, especially black women, are not afforded the opportunity to engage in aggressive behavior without real consequences, consequences that activate racial and gendered stereotypes.
[READ: Meet the Cast of Married to Medicine (PHOTOS)]
All of the women on Married to Medicine are college educated women, which distinguishes this cast from other reality show franchises with predominately black cast members, including Real Housewives of Atlanta, Basketball Wives Miami, and Love and Hip Hop. Continue Reading…