This morning Tiny hit up New York City to visit The Wendy Williams Show to promote the new season of T.I & Tiny: The Family Hustle on VH1. She talks about the modern day Cosby Show comparisons her family has been receiving after the first three seasons of their show. She also revealed that she has had some work done to both her breast and butt. She addressed the divorce rumors that has been going around after her husband confronted her on social media after she posted certain photos. She said:
We had a couple fights, we argue all the time though. We had this one big fallout about The Grammys, and it just lingered on and it got bigger. But umm no we’re still together, there’s no divorce. We’re normal we go through the same things that everybody else goes through.
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While being considered a veteran actor, Mack Wilds is still relatively new to the music scene. However, he has had a successful start to his music career, when his debut album New York: A Love Story was nominated at this years Grammy Awards. Now he is gearing up to go out on the road for a 9 city tour, but before he set out he stopped by GMA to perform his hit single “Own It”. Starting his performance on a New York City Sightseeing Tourist bus and making his way into the GMA studios, Mack definitely shut it down while looking stylish in a gray hoodie paired with a black leather bomber and distressed blue jeans and a pair of Timberland’s as he faced the New York City cold weather on the last official day of winter.
Check out the performance below:
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He definitely has grown a lot as a performer.
As promised R&B Divas Atlanta & LA will be returning to TV One this year with all new seasons, and the ladies from Atlanta are up first. If you thought last season was filled with lots of drama, especially between Nicci Gilbert and Syleena Johnson you have a new thing coming. Monifa, Keke Wyatt, Angie Stone and Syleena Johnson will return all while welcoming two new divas into the crew, Meelah from 702 and LaTavia Roberson from Destiny’s Child.
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Remember when you would have to wait for new shows to premiere in the Fall? Well, the good people at NBC are breaking away from the mold and is premiering their new series CRISIS on March 16th! And just because I think you’re all amazing, I have a special treat for my Dallas readers–free screening tickets to the Dallas screening of CRISIS, starring Lance Gross, on Thursday, March 13th at 7:30 PM! Check out the show’s synopsis:
To bring the most powerful people in the world to their knees… threaten what they hold most dear. It’s ?eld trip day for the students of Ballard High, a school that educates the children of Washington, D.C.’s elite, top-of-their-industry CEOs, international diplomats, political power players, even the President’s son. But when their bus is ambushed on a secluded rural road, the teenagers and their chaperones are taken, igniting a national crisis.
Jada Pinkett-Smith sat down with Arsenio Hall for an interview, where she revisited her love for Tupac and why their relationship was deeper than most. Jada has often explained that her relationship with Tupac was complicated because they were more like family at times, and too passion for a relationship at other times, plus he played the roles of big brother and father figure early in her life. People always want the details in a sound byte, but I think it’s a love that can’t be categorized, and perhaps the most authentic kind of love there is.
Pac was probably one of the first male figures that I had in my life, that saw the beauty and the talent and my intelligence separated from sex. So, that’s something that a young child usually gets from their father. I didn’t have that. Pac was the first one, that it wasn’t about sex, it was about you [Jada]…you’re a beautiful woman, you’re talented you’re strong, I respect you, and you are my girl. You’re gone sit right here, and I’m a protect you. I’m a make sure if nothing else, you get what you need…and that’s what I relationship was like. We kind of did that for each other.
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UPDATE: Disney did air the same sex couple episode after all. The show aired Saturday night.
Disney is making bold moves in children’s programming, and introduces its first ever same sex couple on a special episode of Good Luck Charlie, which is my favorite show on Disney. In this special episode Bob and Amy are trying to figure out the mom’s name of a new little kid, Taylor, they met and invited over for a play date. Bob insists the mother’s name is Cheryl, and Amy insists the mother’s name is Sharon. Of course Amy is always right in these situations, except this time they’re both right. Taylor has two moms, named Cheryl and Sharon.
Is this bold move, in the right direction for Disney, or is the topic of same sex marriage, something best left up to the parents? IDK, but I have a feeling Disney will get some backlash from some Conservative parenting groups, and some praises from civil liberties groups. Watch the clip [below], and let me know what you think?