Nowadays anyone can shove a microphone into an artist’s face and ask questions. It takes integrity, finesse and wit to conduct a real interview. DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God have that formula down pat.
Consequence has become an interesting character on Love & Hip Hop New York. Judging by the clips before the start of this season, the Queens native was the last person we assumed would be such a huge embarrassment, but it’s been a beautiful surprise.
UPDATE (March 13, 1:04 p.m.): There is now video (see below) that shows Consequence getting allegedly rushed by Joe Budden’s crew. It also features a whole let of yelling from Jen the Pen. Courtesy of World Star, of course. Yesterday, Consequence ran up on and smacked his Love & Hip Hop New York castmate Joe […]
Rarely do we see a reality star getting shine for actually being nice–well at least not on VH1 anyway. That unspoken rule was broken thanks to the addition of Love & Hip Hop New York’s cast member Lore’l.
Another week, another episode of immense levels of f-ckery and struggle from the cast of Love & Hip Hop New York. This week’s episode featured a gang of fails, suspect behavior and actions that make no sense to rationale human beings—particularly from Rich Dollaz and Joe Budden. In other words, the usual.
Love & Hip Hop New York is a show that doesn’t discriminate when it comes to equal rights. Women are allowed to make as big a fool of themselves as the men—and on last night’s episode we saw bountiful examples of this.