Love & Hip-Hop
Megan Thee Stallion on Love & Hip Hop? It actually could have been a thing.
Ray J and Princess Love's marital problems are coming to the small screen, and they are bringing other couples with them on a new VH1 reality show.
A Love & Hip Hop: Miami reality star is getting accused of pulling the jjg. Former NFL offensive lineman Branden Albert is suing Michelle Pooh for allegedly getting funny with money he invested in her nail salon.
Don’t expect Rashida “Rah” Ali to ever get invited to a Sean “Diddy” Combs event ever again. The former Love & Hip Hop star deemed the “black carpet” at Diddy’s NYE bash as good a place as any to bless her rival, Black Ink Crew‘s Sky, with a proper fade.
When grilled by Hip-Hop Wired at the 2014 BMI R&B & Hip-Hop Awards, Yesi Ortiz was much more subtle about her presence on the upcoming Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood than her co-star, Yung Berg.
If there was ever an artist whose authentic talent was overshadowed by all things struggle, it’s Yung Berg.
After the most recent season of Love & Hip Hop New York, reality television has never struggled so badly. Amina Buddafly discussed her journey of side chick to official wife and more with The Breakfast Club.
While we have Oprah and others doing their best to advance how women are depicted on television, there are still some women holding sisters back from greatness.
The life of a struggle rapper isn’t an easy one. Their laughable bars and the questionable behavior can lead to non-stop ridicule that can cripple a career. Sadly, capable Bronx lyricist Peter Gunz has joined the struggle rapper club with his recent casting on Love & Hip Hop: New York.
If you’re looking to place any leftover blame on Shawty Lo over his All My Babies Mamas reality show, all ill feelings should be directed towards Oxygen, says the rapper. In an interview with Sister 2 Sister magazine, the father or 11 opened up about the controversy.
Mona Scott-Young, producer of VH1’s hit reality television series Love & Hip Hop, has enjoyed success with her shows along with heavy amounts of criticism. Scott-Young spoke with Hip-Hop Wired exclusively last month and addressed the doubters in straightforward fashion. However, she found herself on the defensive once more over the shows after an interview […]
Mona Scott-Young thinks that the argument made against how women of color are portrayed on her shows is a narrow-minded cop out. “When I handed Joseline [Hernandez, of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta] her first check, she cried,” she tells Hip-Hop Wired, “It was the first time she’d ever seen her name printed on a […]