As Basketball Wives: LA gears up for its second season, Vh1 released a drama filled super trailer of what to expect this season.
Some of the girls are up to their old tricks while other Basketball Wives: LA stars experience new trials.
IMANI SHOWALTE, TANYA WILLIAMS, and KIMSHA ARTEST have decided against returning for a second season of Basketball Wives: LA but their shoes will be filled by two newbies, BROOKE BAILEY and ADIZ BAMBI BENZO.
Basketball Wives:LA season two premieres September 10th at 8pm on Vh1.
Check out the trailer above.
JAMEEL SALEEM, BRESHA WEBB, and TATYANA ALI are back with the hilarious web-series, This Is My Show.
The 5-minute satire, pokes fun at reality television and two of it’s most talked about producers SHAUNIE O’NEAL and MONA SCOTT-YOUNG.
Check out This Is My Show above.
Having the internship of my dreams, located in the heart of the city I love most, New York City, went from a far fetched dream to my recent reality.
Tons of rejection emails from internships filled my inbox until one day, this summer I was offered an an internship with Juicy magazine.
As a New Yorker, I had preconceived notions about interning for a magazine. I was sure photocopying, faxing, filing, and coffee runs would become my new day to day, but that turned out to be the furthest thing from the truth.
Instead, pitching and creating posts on the hottest hair, beauty, and celebrity news became my daily responsibility. With the help of a supervisor really invested in my growth, I quickly learned how to writing clearly and concisely, got the opportunity to attend a reality show screening, and was even trusted to do celeb interviews….Click inside to read more...
A: In the words of MICHAEL JACKSON, “you are not alone.” Tons of Juicy girls are ditching their relaxers and rocking their hair in its natural state.
The first thing you need to know is, just because you decide to transition from chemically processed hair to natural hair doesn’t mean you have to BC (big chop, big cut) over night. Some natural gals take the short road and big chop after weeks or months without a relaxer while others wait years to part ways with their chemically relaxed ends.
Protective styles are extremely helpful when transitioning to natural hair. Because natural hair takes time and needs extra special care, protective styles are a quick fix that, when used properly, can improve hair health and help hair growth. Braids, weaves, and wigs are protective styles many transitioners use.
The next thing you need to remember is MOISTURE! Locking in moisture is an essential part of maintaining healthy hair. Your hair will be in a very vulnerable state while transitioning so the more moisture you use the less likely you are to have dry, unhealthy hair. Deep conditioning and baggying, are two key ways natural girls seal in the most moisture.
Minimal heat styling is essential during one’s transition because too much heat can leave hair limp, lifeless, and damaged which is the last thing someone trying to grow out their hair needs. A good way to combat heat usage is to wear heat free hairstyles like curling rods and bantu knots.
Lastly know before you decide to go natural it’s your personal decision. Friends, family, co-workers, and sometimes significant others may not welcome your new natural look, but stick by it and wear it with confidence.
NE-YO started a little bit of trouble for himself last week, after speaking out against the lack of emotion found within contemporary R&B music and even called out his friend and fellow R&B singer, TREY SONGZ, for his lack of emotion.
While NE-YO’s words could have been taken as constructive criticism, TREY SONGZ took them personally and stated, ” I’ma talk to Ne-yo when I see him. The thing is Ne-Yo knows me. Ain’t no need to have that conversation for the world to hear. I feel like that’s a sucka move,” when asked his opinions of NE-YO’s statement.
NE-YO recently took to Twitter to apologize for his statement by saying, “I’m a grown ass man with no problem admitting when I’m wrong or apologizing for my wrongs. W/ that said to the homie @TreySongz my bad pimp.”
After stating his apology NE-YO went further and congratulated TREY on the release of his new album, Chapter V.
What do you think of NE-YO’s apology?Photo Source: PR Photos
Curl Harmony assists Juicy girls, of all hair textures, in their plight to gain curly hair…
RIHANNA sat down with OPRAH, in her first personal interview since 2009, on last night’s episode of Oprah’s Next Chapter.
In the emotion filled hour long interview, no stone was left unturned as RIH-RIH discussed everything from her early start in Barbados to her current relationship with ex-boyfriend, CHRIS BROWN.
RIHANNA let OPRAH and fans around the world in to some of the more personal aspects of her life, as she discussed her final days with her ailing grandmother and how trying to get past her feelings over the domestic dispute with CHRIS BROWN led her to rebuilding a relationship with her father.
Check RIHANNA’s full Oprah’s Next Chapter interview above.Click inside to see RIHANNA's full interview on Oprah's Next Chapter...
With every new episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta that airs there is an even funnier spoof that hits the net.
STEVIE J.’s creepy faces and passive aggressive moments and jokes on JOSELINE‘s gender are highlighted throughout this spoof.
Created by TipendellTV, director and actor @tipdendell keeps us throughout entertained.
Check out Juicy‘s viral video of the week above.Click inside to see this Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta spoof...
From Twitter beefs with T.I. to making diss records about rapper, JIM JONES, up and coming rapper, AZEALIA BANKS is clearly no stranger to controversy.
The outspoken NY rapper was featured on the cover of Dazed and Confused magazine, smoking an inflated bright pink condom captioned,”Azealia Banks Blows Up.”
According to the Huffington Post, Dazed and Confused, a British fashion magazine, September issue was banned in seven countries before its release.
What do you think of AZEALIA BANKS’ cover of Dazed and Confused magazine?