It was a great weekend for filmmakers, TV/Film producers, actors and casting directors who have managed to stay devout to their quest to become successful in the very competitive television and film industry where truly only the strong READ MORE
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Essence Atkins, Logan Browning, Roger Bobb, Constance Orlando, Robi Reed Spotted at Bronze Lens 5th Annual Film Festival
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Glen “Big Baby” Davis must be having an awesome summer! Not only has Davis resigned to the clippers in July; on August 16th Glen “Big Baby” Davis, of the class of ’04 will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at LSU Foundation’s 15th-annual alumni recognition event. The 28-year-old free-agent forward has also played for Orlando and Boston, where he and current Clippers coach Doc Rivers won the NBA championship in 2008. READ MORE
Letoya Luckett is one of the more underrated hard working talents out there. This houston Bred, southern bell took the time out to give advice to young starlets and share her own insecurities. READ MORE
I got the news about the newest cast member on Married to Medicine! Looks like the Women of Married to Medicine will be dishing out more than prescriptions from their husbands! Dr. Jackie gonna be doing more than delivering babies this season. The ladies are back and fiesty than ever. There’s all kinds of things from restraining orders, Doggie Fashion Shows, and these ladies are showing us how the RICH & Educated do it. Now introducing the lovely, very RICH, Un-pushable, and highly intelligent Ms. Lisa Nicole Cloud the Millionaire Maker!
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Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts, Rihanna
TV One’s Unsung series followed the rise to fame of the legendary hip-hop group Geto Boys in their latest episode. Willie D, Scarface and Bushwick Bill change the rap game as the group GETO BOYS. All the members including fellow rappers and friends discuss their career and how it was working with Rap-A-Lot Records founder J Prince in the short documentary. Check it out below. READ MORE
The Jasmine Brand caught up with Ashanti on the red carpet at the Soul Train Awards. The songstress may have lost that top spot since her Murder Inc. days, bu she still remains relevant. She’s gearing up to release new music (a single with Rick Ross) just in time for the holidays and was candid enough to speak about what’s upcoming for her and what she’s learned about herself through the years.
What is the biggest lesson you learned from an ex boyfriend about yourself?
I’m a strong woman and sometimes I have to be very careful about someone else because if you hurt somebody sometimes it’s very hard for that person to get over.
What’s the best piece of advice you learned about working in this industry?
It’s essential to have a great accountant, preferably a Jewish one [laughs].
Take a peep at the interview to find out more from Ashanti. READ MORE