As the world continues to wait on pins and needles over the 2020 election humor is in high demand right now. One reality television star got some comedic relief from a misfired tweet.

Last week on Love & Hip: Hop: New York exes clashed; this week, they squash their long-standing “beef” well, not everyone.

We got a break this week from the tired Chrissy, Yandy and Kimbella situation in exchange for the mess that is equally mind-numbing involving Cyn Santana and her exes, Joe Budden and Erica Mena. Of course, there was a sprinkle of other drama pertaining to newcomers Jennakse, PHresher, and his long-time girlfriend, Jen The Groupie […]

Joe Budden and Cyn Santana got engaged just four months ago and signs are pointing to the possibility that their union is no more. Although neither party has officially announced the split, the removal of photos and footage from their respective social media pages suggest otherwise.

Part 1 of the Love and Hip Hop: New York Reunion show was cool, but we were all waiting for the part 2 cause Safaree showed up, and he straiiiiggghhhttt wanted all of the smoke.

It’s Love & Hip Hop Reunion time, so you know what that means?  The cast members reunite one more time rocking their most ridiculous gowns and suits to recap and reopen the wounds they endured during the season and fill us in on what’s happening in their lives since taping stopped.

The Love & Hip Hop: New York cast are still in Costa Rica trying to make the most out their stay, but as you know with a Mona Scott production, there is trouble in paradise.

We got back to regular messy order on Love & Hip Hop last night. We learn that Juelz might not be on the only person heading to jail this season, Mariahlynn and Kimbella are Yandy haters and Nya Lee and Sidney Starr’s “beef” isn’t finished cooking.

‘There was a lot to unpack from last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: New York.  Things got a bit emotional with some of the cast members with a splash of ratchet behavior.

Last weeks episode of Love and Hip Hop New York was heavy on the sadness, but we return to regular ratchet order this week. It’s a whole lot of woe is me, situations that could have been easily avoided and people who have no business being in a studio.