Sisterhood of Hip Hop season one had its grand denouement on Tuesday night, Sept. 30.
Tuesday night’s (Sept. 23) episode of Sisterhood of Hip Hop wasn’t a very entertaining hour at all.
The newest episode of Sisterhood of Hip Hop is just as drama filled as the last.
Oxygen has announced a new documentary series called Sisterhood of Hip Hop, centered around a bevy of up and coming female rappers.
G.O.O.D. Music crooner Ryan McDermott sings his heart out in the captivating visual for “Oxygen.” The track originally released via his #FeelGOODMusic series, and features rapper Arkitekt.
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.
Less that 48 hours after Gucci Mane tried his hand at shaping the youth at Crawford Long Middle School, Shawty Lo receives an opportunity to do the same. Yeah, you read that right. Today, Altanta’s B.E.S.T. Academy played host to the “Dey Know” rapper, who gave students some positive words for moving forward.
Shawty Lo’s life is clearly loaded with struggle, besides all the children and baby mamas. The Atlanta rapper was arrested on Friday, January 18, reportedly for failure to pay child support. Shocking.
Shawty Lo made headlines recently for the upcoming Oxygen reality show All My Babies Mamas, and has responded to his critics. The Atlanta trap rapper was vague about the television program itself, but had choice words about his responsibilities as a parent and his rough times before fame.
The show hasn’t even hit the air yet, but the boycott against Shawty Lo’s All My Babies’ Mamas reality show is alive and well. Viewers have come together to call for the Oxygen Network to pull the reality show.
We here at Hip-Hop Wired have nothing against a healthy helping of ratchet reality TV, but Shawty Lo must be stopped. His reality show, All My Babies’ Mamas, fitted with all 10 of the women with whom he’s reproduced, and their offspring, is the epitome of foolery.
Someone at the Oxygen network has a problem with Black people. That’s the only way to explain how a show called All My Babies’ Mamas about Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo and his 10 baby mothers is allegedly making it onto television’s across America, and the world.