K Michelle opens up to The Breakfast Club about EVERYTHING. She talks about joining the cast of Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, and why it doesn’t affect her brand. She talks about her beef with Toya Wright, and confirms rumors that MempHitz did steal her contract money and assault her while they were in a relationship. She also talks about how Mase used Jesus to get her into the music industry. Plus, all of the struggles she had just trying to be a singer.
I wasn’t sitting there innocent, I never said that, bit I DID NOT hit you first. I DID NOT! I didn’t do anything, YOU blacked out. I was smothered with a towel. You smothered me, you hit me in my head with a bottle. I was bruised up…But it was a water bottle. It wasn’t nothing small. I was bruised up I was bleeding. I think what shocked me the most was the smothering. I was climbing crawling to get out the door, and he did it again. Once I got away he yanked me, I had carpet burns. So I was looking him in his face and it did NOT look like him. It’s me, it’s me, I KNOW I was screaming it’s me…I did not press charges cause I loved you.
She has been through a lot. She also talks about her relationship with Johnny Wright, and his wife Erika Wright who saved her from MempHitz .
So Gabby Douglas becomes the first black gymnast to win the All Around Gymnastics Gold Medal in Olympic history… What do people have to say about this historic moment? Not much, because too many of us are more concerned with her hair. Thus, another culture war breaks out on social media because people are attacking Gabby on the night of her victory for not showcasing black people in the best light…because of her hairstyle? The majority of black people of course embrace this moment of victory by defending Gabby and her hair, but it’s always those select few from the plantation that feel the need to ruin a great a moment.
Enough is enough!
Steve Harvey hosts another year of the Hoodie Awards. In fact, this year marks the tenth anniversary of celebrating the best leaders and business owners in your neighborhoods. This year’s Hoodie Awards includes performances by New Edition and the legendary, Stevie Wonder. Steve Harvey is very excited to be celebrating this milestone:
Celebrating this 10th anniversary is very special. The Hoodie Awards is an awards show for everyday men and women, honoring them as the real stars of their neighborhoods for their beliefs, courage, and commitment pursuing their dream and serving their fellow neighbors and youth. I look forward to hosting an unforgettable weekend and seeing who will take home the Hoodie Awards this year!
More pics from the red carpet when you continue…