Let the dramatics ensue! The Love & Hip Hop franchise expands
more and more each season and its no different with them going
for the fourth season with the New York installment. The same
reality stars will be back from Rich Dollaz, Erica Mena, Olivia,
Tahiry Jose, Joe Buddens to name a few as well as K. Michelle
switching from LHHATL. It will get juicier and have its moments
just like any of these crazy seasons, ratchetness at its finest.
Check out the trailer below, new episodes will air on VH1 on
October 28th at 8/7c.
The Magazine Covers are out for the month of November.
We can’t wait for The Best Man Holiday film due out next
month, the entire cast will cover the dual issue of Ebony
magazine. The fabulous Kerry Washington glams up in gold
on the cover of Essence. Check out the other fab celebs
gracing covers on a stand near you!
Ladies have you ever purchased a necklace you couldn’t place with
an outfit? Or a top you couldn’t figure out how to accessorize based
on the neckline? Well a simple guide has arrived that will help you
find the right necklace piece for the right neckline.
From that simple crew neck t-shirt to sweater adding a bib like
necklace is perfect for the scooped shape. Down to that favorite
scoop neck top or sweater, trying not to take away from the detailing
add a drop or hoop earring to even out the style. Check out this simple
guide below and happy pairing!
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The man his self Jay-Z covers the November Music issue of Vanity Fair.
The Rapper/Mogul looks dapper on the cover and dishes on his marriage
to Beyoncé, the love for his daughter Blue Ivy as well as his come up from
the drug game to mogul.
On his daughter Blue and her love for his music as well as her mom Beyoncé :
“She loves all the songs. She plays a song and she goes, ‘More, Daddy, more
Daddy song.’ She’s my biggest fan. If no one bought the Magna Carta, the fact
that she loves it so much, it gives me the greatest joy.”
On his upbringing:
“We were living in a tough situation, but my mother managed; she juggled.
Sometimes we’d pay the light bill, sometimes we paid the phone, sometimes the gas
went off. We weren’t starving—we were eating, we were O.K. But it was things like
you didn’t want to be embarrassed when you went to school; you didn’t want to have
dirty sneakers or wear the same clothes over again.”
For more on Hov and his career and new prospects as a Sports Agent check out
the link for this article Here.