If you didn't get enough of rapper Waka Flocka and his new wife Tammy on "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta"....they're apparently getting a spinoff show. Read about it inside...
Both Waka and Tammy posted the above sneak peek, which may serve as the promo pic for the spinoff show they say they've nabbed.
No details have been released and VH1 has yet to confirm themselves. But if this actually sees the light of day, we have an inkling about what the storyline could be.
On "LAHH: ATL", Waka & Tammy decided to get married...behind momager Deb Antney's back. And once Deb came around to the idea and started demanding "lots of babies", the couple learned that may not be as easy as they thought.
Waka learned he has a low sperm count and needs medicine to rectify the situation. And since Tammy already has one child, this could be an interesting storyline for the spinoff.
In a video that's gone viral, reporter Charlo Greene revealed her passion for cannabis as she quit her tv gig - LIVE - ON AIR - with the words, "F*ck It. I quit!" Watch the clip inside, plus her follow up explanation, and see Nicole Murphy starring as Johnny Gill's chick in his upcoming video.
For now, former Alaska reporter Charlo Greene is the most famous woman in television news. The ex-KTVA face has gone viral for quitting her gig on-air after revealing that she's choosing to follow her passion and dedicate her life to the legalization of marijuana in her state.
She said, "Now, everything you've heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska.
And as for this job, well...not that I have a choice, but f--k it, I quit."
EPIC! However, don't try this at your own jobs kids, especially if you still need the benefits.
The station removed her profile from their website immediately and deleted the segment...but it didn't stop the video from going viral.
Charlo has not made any further public statements...but we're sure her friends in Alaska played "puff puff pass" all night.
By the way here's her explanation she just put out today:
In upcoming videos....
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Eddie Murphy's ex-wife Nicole Murphy may raise a few eyebrows in her latest modeling gig. Nicole, the stunning mother of five and star of "Hollywood Exes" plays the girlfriend of Eddie's best friend Johnny Gill in his upcoming video "Behind Closed Doors."
In the preview, Nicole is on the cusp of finding out that Johnny is cheating in her. While we don't know if the video will include scenes of Johnny and Nicole getting intimate, we guess it could get a little weird. But a job is a job.
And we suspect Nicole's "acting" in the video may pull on personal experience since it's ALLEGED her ex-fiance Michael Strahan was cheating on her...behind closed doors.
Over the weekend, fellow Chicagoans Common, Kanye West and Jennifer Hudson hit the stage in Chicago for the AAHH Festival. Meanwhile, Lil Kim stormed the stage at the SOURCE360 concert at the Barclays Center. Peep their performances inside…
It was a homecoming event this weekend in Chicago as Common presented his new music festival AAAH! at Union Park in the Windy City. He called up some of his fellow Chicagoans to help put on an epic show, including a surprise performance by Kanye West, Jennifer Hudson, Lupe Fiasco, Lil Herb and other artists including MC Lyte, De La Soul, Jay Electronica and a special performance by Diggy Simmons.
Hosted by funnyman Dave Chappelle, Common (who performed a moving set during the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards) and others rocked the mic for hundreds of Hip Hop fans in Chi-town, powered by by Rhymefest and Donda's House. The Nobody's Smiling rapper (who recently lost his father) decided to put the festival together to help unite his hometown, creating peace and love while vibing to some of their favorite artist.
Peep clips from the festival below:
And in Brooklyn....
On the heels of dropping her new Hard Core 2K14 mixtape, Lil Kim got back in her element and hit the stage for the SOURCE360 concert at the Barclays Center on Saturday. She also trekked it back to her hometown, hitting the stage in Brooklyn.
She took to her Twitter to thank her fans tweeting, "BROOKLYN!!!! Thank U for the love. Had to come thru and murder the stage last night to represent for my borough …"
In celebration of The Source’s 25th anniversary, the new mom (who's looking great post baby by the way) is proving she still has it. She rocked the stage with performances of her 2011 mixtape title track “Black Friday”, taking back with the “Quiet Storm” remix featuring Havoc of Mobb Deep and her 50 Cent assisted track “Magic Stick”. She also performed her remix to Bobby Shmurda’s catchy single, “Hot N*gga.”
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