Atlanta Housewives

My girls from the Atlanta Housewives got all the women of the ATL hating… The women  who were lost for words after hearing  that they where nominated for the 41st NAACP Image Awards for most Outstanding Reality Series could not believe the good news. I called Nene, Kim, Lisa, Kandi and Sheree to let them know once I found out, and they wanted to thank everyone for all love… So let me be the first to tell the girls con-grads… Love yall and keep them talking…

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One of my favorite actors Gary Coleman was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles from his hotel this morning.

Although we dont have  many details about what happened, the people who were with the him say there were signs of a seizure. He was in LA doing promo to promote his new movie “Midgets vs. Mascots”.


Story developing…

UPDATED: A friend of Coleman’s who was with him this morning tells TMZ that Coleman was sitting on the bed when he went into what the friend said “looked like a seizure.” Coleman came around and 911 was called.

Coleman was asked simple questions like “What month is it?” and whether or not he knew the name of anyone in the room — Coleman was “foggy” and did not know the answers.


Shawty Lo shot the video to his single “Atlanta, GA”, which features Ludacris, The Dream and Gucci Mane on Tuesday, January 5th at various locations in Atlanta, although the video culminated at Club Crucial. The trio held it down for incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane, as did other local artists and producers who made cameo appearances such as Cee-Lo, Big Gipp, Soulja Boy, Mike Bigga (formerly Killer Mike), Wacka Flocka, Yung Ralph, Insane Wayne and Zaytoven.

The single is from Shawty Lo’s mixtape “Fright Night” assisted by DJ Scream, DJ Drama and DJ Whoo Kid, which he released on Halloween 2009.  Before releasing his sophomore album I Am Carlos, the rapper plans on dropping another DJ Scream mixtape entitled I’m Da Man, Part 4.  Additionally, Shawty Lo has been working on his new cologne “LO Seduction” in store shelves this Spring, a new liquor deal and his foundation L.O.L.O (Loving Our Little Ones). Go Shawty Go!

Floyd Mayweather Try’s To Beat Up Rick Ross In Vegas

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I got to say Floyd Mayweather don’t give a damn how big you are he’s willing to fight  anyone. Apparently he and Rick Ross got in to it in Vegas over the weekend and Floyd’s ready to rumble… Here is what Sources are saying

It all went down at the grand opening of Vanity nightclub in the Hard Rock Hotel — which was hosted by Diddy. We’re told Floyd Mayweather rolled over to the party to see Diddy, when he literally ran into rapper Rick Ross.

Sources tell TMZ one of the men “bumped” into the other man and their entourages immediately became “confrontational.” But as things started to heat up, we’re told Diddy swooped in between the guys and calmed everyone down.

We called Mayweather’s camp for comment and his father, Floyd Mayweather Sr., told us there’s been beef between Floyd and Ross for a while because Ross has allegedly been, “talking s**t.” We’re told both Mayweather Jr. and Ross eventually went back in the club and partied the rest of the night away without incident.

WOW… Here are some throwback  pic’s of  Ross and Mayweather…

B2K’s J-Boog Arrested For Domestic Violence

Former member of the R&B group B2K is facing charges related to a domestic dispute. is reporting that J-Boog, whose real name is Jarell Damonte Houston, was arrested Monday afternoon at his home in Los Angeles for domestic violence. Law enforcement insiders say the 24-year-old singer was apprehended for “corporal punishment on a spouse” in addition to outstanding warrants pertaining to his driving record. Neighbors reportedly heard screaming coming from the house earlier in the day. Police arrived with six or seven squad cars, and left after about an hour. It is not yet known if anyone else was arrested. J-Boog is unmarried, but he’s reportedly still dating the mother of his three children.

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Inauguration Of Atlanta’s 59th Mayor Kasim Reed


Back when Kasim Reed was just starting his campaign, my homie Hannah Kain pushed a man I knew little of but heard great things about. I always wondered why people took heed to what he was doing, and soon noticed  the powerful positive energy he was giving off. I was proud to take part in this new movement of Atlanta’s new Mayor Kasim Reed.

I received a special invite to cover his inauguration. While there, I saw the homie Monica, who sat front row, and was moved to tears as he gave his speech. Also in the building was Kandi, Devine Stephens, Joseph E. Lowery ( who gave one of the most moving speeches), former mayor Shirley Franklin, and many many more.


I recall Kasim giving thanks for the support he has received during his campaign, going from only 3% of the vote to becoming the 59th mayor of Atlanta. I love how he incorporated his parents into the ceremony, as the held the Bible while he took the oath of office. A strong family is what the future needs for the children of today, and his parents are a clear example of this strength. I hope his term is as successful as his campaign for mayor.

Yo I have to say this has to be the most violent children’s movie I have ever seen.. Or at least I thought at first it was for kids, didn’t you? I really dont know much about this film but I must say movie producers dont give a damn about showing people heads getting cut off these days…

I can remember when there was a time when people didn’t get to see stuff like this at all on screens, but not now. I wonder is this why Crime is so high. I bet this film is going to cause alot of problems at different schools across America…

Tales Of The Homeless: Tanisha Harding


Tales of the Homeless is a journey through the slums of the United States. We are telling the story of the overlooked people who have no money, jobs, or shelter. These individuals are ignored by society due to their circumstances, and do what they must to survive. You will witness real confessions by real people; no actors, just unscripted truth. By doing these videos, we hope to bring new light to these forgotten souls.

This is the story of Tanisha Harding. She is a 52 year old woman living under the West End bridge in Atlanta, Ga. Listen to her story. Learn from her life.

Please tell me what yall think.

Stay tuned for other installments of Tales of the Homeless.