Stevie J should really keep his penis to himself, because no good comes from it! Apparently, Stevie is about to be a father AGAIN, this time with his personal (no pun intended) assistant, MJ. She has appeared on a few episodes of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta in the past. MJ Took to IG making a post where she alleges Joseline Hernandez has been contacting her from fake IG accounts.
Love and Hip Hop Hollywood reality star Brandi Boyd swung by Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored this week to set the records straight about the inappropriate comments Moniece Slaughter made about her son saying,
“If my Godmother [Whitney Houston] was still with us, Moniece would have seen a different side of Whitney that her or the public has never seen before”.
For those who don’t know, in a scene with baby daddy, Lil Fizz, Moniece called Boyd’s son ugly after Boyd criticized Moniece last year at the reunion about her parenting to her own son. This back and forth between the two cast mates resulted in a social media war that has yet to die down. Everything came to ahead when Boyd tried to get Slaughter back by having her good friend Jason Lee reveal that Slaughter has a sex tape and may release it. Overall it’s a huge mess.
Brandi Boyd also goes in about how she felt like a hypocrite nagging her husband, Max Luxe, to open up a certificate deposit account for their son, only to turned around 24 hours later and invest the whole 27,000 dollars into her clothing boutique. She then gives exclusive tea about showing up in regular clothes to Ray-J and Princess’ wedding and explained how that tied into her legal issues. She didn’t leave without speaking how she feels discriminated against being an African-American woman dealing with a legal situation against a “Becky,”. She concludes the interview with informing the listeners about her sister’s foundation called “We Are Immune” which is an organization who helps with getting discounted medication.
Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored airs every Monday at 3:00 pm PST on the Dash Radio App under T-Boz’s ‘iCraft’ channel. It’s hosted by LHHH star Jason Lee and former video vixen Melyssa Ford. Watch the hilarious interview below.
Hollywood Unlocked Uncensored Full Episode w/Brandi Boyd
Written By: Kyree Shockley
Artist, Pharrell Williams, is the key composer and one of the producers for the soundtrack to the upcoming movie “Hidden Figures”. This week “The Voice” judge decided to give the people a little preview by releasing two new songs from the anticipated soundtrack. Pharrell released his song from the soundtrack called “Runnin” along with a song from Lalah Hathaway called “Surrender”.
Both songs have a sort of old school jazzy vibe and are guaranteed to get you moving to the beat. Pharrell plans to release another song from the soundtrack on October 28th. That song is called “I See A Victory” and it will feature Pharrell and Kim Burrell. All the songs will be available for purchase and download through Itunes. In the meantime, you can check out “Surrender” and “Runnin” below and see what you think of them.
If you were to stop any 100 people walking down the street to ask them what they perceive as the most exciting thing to hit the world of entertainment, including new television shows, movies, Sky TV channel additions or literally anything they love about the world of entertainment in the 21st Century, chances are you will get at least 50% of those you poll saying they are thrilled to have on demand media. This is something that has evolved quite quickly in the scheme of things but is something that has transformed the way we view media in a radical way.
A Quick Trip through Time
Actually, the very beginning of this trend for streaming media probably can be traced back to two different sources. One would be YouTube with its millions of videos that have been uploaded which people can view at any time of the day or night and from literally any device that is connected to the Internet. The other type of on demand media that excited Internet users was the concept of a podcast which predated YouTube by about a year. YouTube was the brainchild of PayPal employees who wanted a video sharing site for the public to upload and share videos and it went live on February 14, 2005.
Podcasting began in 2004 and two men, Dave Winer and Adam Curry are credited with creating the podcast. However, it is uncertain who did what and when but it is for certain that these two guys were the creators of the podcast. We are only going back approximately 12 years but the speed at which the Internet is evolving makes those 12 very long years indeed. Having the ability to stream on-demand videos and live media has become the media delivery of choice and with the advent of smart devices, on demand media has literally taken over the world of entertainment.
The Atlanta singer and NFL star had their fairytale wedding on Jul. 6 in the Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England, and have since then been co-pareting with Ciara’s baby Future, from her former relationship. Well, the two have both confirmed via social media that they are now expecting their first baby together!
Arielle Johnson, is excited about being able to add a very personal and special comic book to her collection. The young owner has been collecting comic books for years and what better collection than a comic book that you are featured in. Johnson’s Comic Book store holds the distinction of being the only comics shop on the East Coast owned by a Black woman!
Arielle Johnson (33) who is the founder and president of Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, Inc. in Philadelphia will appear alongside Marvel’s superhero RiRi Williams on a variant cover of “Invincible Iron Man#1.”
Johnson said she owes the collaboration to her colleague Randy Green, whom she said spearheaded the project and conceptualized the cover.
“When the email went out about potential variants for stores, he was really excited and took it upon himself to work out the [details]. It was really his hard work,” she told ABC News. “I knew what it was supposed to look like, but having the actual art in front of you is so much different. It’s really exciting.”
Not that she hasn’t earned it. Johnson opened Amalgam last December, becoming the first black, female comic book store owner on the East Coast. However, her obsession of all things geek really began around age 10 or 11, when she discovered “X-Men” character Storm. Johnson credits the character, one of the first black, female superheroes, with being “the bridge that got me into this world.”
“To think I made it a decade-plus and I had never seen a black, woman superhero is crazy because little white boys have so many [with whom they identify]: ‘I want to be Iron Man!’ ‘I want to be Batman!’ ‘I want to be Superman.’ ‘I want to be Han Solo!’ When you are a person of color, you’re scraping the bottom of the barrel to find someone you can identify with. I always felt like I was watching other people’s adventures,” she explained. “Being introduced to Storm was a pivotal moment for me because had I not come across her, I might have grown out of my love for [comics].”
It was recently announced that the “Fast & Furious” star and rapper Ludacris will be starring in a new action film. The film is called “Ride” and it is a BMX action drama that is based on a true story. The film is an inspirational story based on BMX Champion rider John Buultjens. As a young teen, John was on the path of destruction; fortunately, he was shown a different way of life when he was taking into foster care by a young interracial couple. John suffered from many emotional wounds, and his new foster father bought him his first bike to try to help him overcome his struggles. John’s foster father taught him that riding a bike could be just like flying and how it could represent freedom.
Ludacris is set to play the foster father in the film while Shane Graham will star as John Buultjens. Sasha Alexander will play Ludacris’ wife and other cast members set to be in the film are Ali Afshar, Bryan Craig, George Kosturos, and Jessica Michelle.