Sunday, September 15, 2019

T.I. grills Candace Owens on Trump's MAGA slogan at Revolt Summit

T.I., Killer Mike, Candace Owens, Steven Pargett of Trap The Vote, Katrina Pierson, and Tamika D. Mallory all had an open and honest conversation at the REVOLT Summit about politics and the culture we live in today. 

T.I. asked the conservative commentator to explain Donald Trump's campaign slogan. "When you say Make America Great Again, which period are we talking about?" Tip questioned. "[Is it] the period when women couldn't vote? The period when we were hanging from trees? The crack era? Which period in America are you trying to make great again." 

Candace responded, "I actually think that I would totally rock a hat right now that says Make Black America Great Again," which prompted T.I. to interject and restate the original question. 

"Which period was America great that we're trying to replicate? Which era was it? Tell me." T.I. questioned. 

Candace attempted to explain Trump's slogan, but it didn't go so well. 

Watch the clip below:

 


After clips began circulating around showing Candace and T.I.'s exchange about Trump, she tweeted:
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Thursday, September 12, 2019

'Girlfriends' cast will reunite on 'Black-ish'!

Tracee Ellis Ross is bringing her "Girlfriends" together to guest star on 'Black-ish'!

Golden Brooks, Persia White, and Jill Marie Jones will all reunite with Tracee on the Oct. 8 episode of Black-ish.

Tracee says the ladies haven't all been on camera together since 2006. 

"These are women I grew up with and love deeply and it was easy tap back into the magic of our chemistry and how much we love each other. it was giggles on top of giggles on top of giggles," she wrote in an Instagram post

"Girlfriends ran for 8 years and was important to so many people. being able to merge the worlds of @blackishabc and girlfriends was surreal for me and so much fun."

RELATED: 'Girlfriends' Actor Reggie Hayes Responds To Online Bullies Poking Fun At His Weight Gain

Woohooo! Can we get a Girlfriends movie too?!! Just saying!

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'Basketball Wives' star OG calls Evelyn Lozada a 'racist bigot' over this post

The ladies of Basketball Wives filmed their reunion this past Monday in Los Angeles.

According to multiple reports and from people who were at the reunion, Ogom “OG” Chijindu wasn't allowed to film on stage with the rest of the cast and she had to sit in another room while communicating with the other ladies via satellite. The reason was reportedly “safety concerns” from some of the other ladies.

It has also been reported that CeCe left the reunion because she didn’t like what they were doing to OG, and Tami didn’t show up (not surprising) because she’s over it and she also reportedly wasn’t feeling their treatment of OG either. 

“I wish everyone well and move on in peace,” Tami wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post. “#ThatGotOutFast #AudienceBeOnIt #NowWhatHappenedWithOG #Yikes.”

Evelyn Lozada and OG have had their back and forth on the current season of Basketball Wives. Most recently, OG called Evelyn out on Twitter as a "racist bigot" after Evelyn posted a now-deleted Instagram Stories post asking people to boycott OG. Evelyn also added a picture of a monkey on her post. 
And, this is not the first time Evelyn has caught heat over racist comments. Last season on Basketball Wives, Evelyn got into it with CeCe and called her “Lee Lee. CeCe is Filipino, and "Lee Lee" is used as a racial stereotype that Asian women generally work in nail salons. Evelyn has since apologized for her comment. But, it looks like she hasn't learned. 
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Jim Jones, Chrissy Lampkin, Erica Mena and more OG's return to 'Love & Hip Hop'

'Love & Hip Hop' OG's Jim Jones and Chrissy Lampkin are reportedly returning to New York's 10th season!

According to TMZ, the upcoming season of LHHNY started filming last week in Brooklyn. Jim and Chrissy were the stars of the very first season of Love & Hip Hop which premiered back in 2011. 

Also returning for season 10 of LHHNY are Joe Budden and Cyn Santana (who are currently broken up), Juelz Santana and Kimbella (Juelz is currently serving a two-year prison sentence), Yandy Smith-Harris, Safaree and Erica Mena (who are engaged now), Tahiry Jose, Somaya Reece, and Rich Dollaz, TMZ reports

Newbies Juju and Jonathan Fernandez are also returning. 

There's no word yet on whether Remy Ma and Papoose will return.

According to TMZ, tensions are already high between castmembers as they shoot the upcoming LHHNY season. 


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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Treach from Naughty By Nature marries longtime girlfriend in Jersey wedding

Treach from the hip hop group Naughty By Nature married his longtime girlfriend over the weekend at Waterside restaurant in North Bergen, New Jersey.



(Video credit: Johnny Nunez / @johnnynunez)

The rapper, who is from East Orange, NJ, also had his fellow Jersey celeb peeps in attendance, Queen Latifah and Ice T.

Last month, Naughty By Nature performed at the Video Music Awards along with Ice T and Queen Latifah. 




See more videos from the wedding below!










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Wednesday, September 4, 2019

 'The Game' actor Hosea Chanchez reveals he was molested as a teen by his friend’s father

Hosea Chanchez, who is best known for his role on The Gameopened up about a traumatizing incident in his youth. 

The 37-year-old actor revealed he was molested at the age of 14. In an Instagram post on Tuesday, he explained how fear kept him from sharing how a friend's father molested him and threatened him if he told anyone. 

Hosea, the child of a single mother, said he viewed the older man as a father figure. "He would always tell me I was like his other son, so I can trust he's always looking for me," he said. "Further building my trust and commitment to his predatory agenda." 

When the actor turned 14, their conversations turned sexual. "A week before this day, my friend's dad was asking me what type of girls I liked and if I had sex with a girl yet," he said. "I didn't know at the time but he was trying to see where my boundaries were. He was using false hyper-masculinity as a way to sniff out my comfort level with sex and privacy." 

Hosea then revealed as he was given a ride home, his father's friend (who he later revealed to be a man named Issac Sanders) took a detour route and molested him.


Read Hosea's full Instagram post below: 


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