Word is the reunion for season 9 of RHOA was fire. There’s even claims that Frick and Frack are a wrap! Supposedly when Andy Cohen pressured Porsha to reveal who told her Kandi has a sex dungeon, she got in the driver’s seat and rolled the bus over her bestie Phaedra.
But Phaedra – the Queen of Denial – pointed the finger at producer Carlos King as the one who told her Kandi had a dungeon! Tongues wag Kandi and Kenya came for Porsha during the reunion, too. But Kandi pulled all the receipts about Porsha’s past with her ex Block and other rappers around the A. One of the best moments? Phaedra getting blasted for her shadiness and lies she’s told throughout the seasons.
Another highlight? All About The Tea reveals Todd Tucker claimed another one on Porsha’s body count is none other than Phaedra’s estranged hubby, Apollo Nida.
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However, she claims it’s a lie. It could be. After all, Phaedra’s been liking posts from fans hoping that she and Porsha are still friends.
On the other hand, Phaedra could be frontin’. She good for that.
Bob Whitfield has apologized to ex-wife, Sheree Whitfield, for his behavior during the scene where Sheree spoke on him abusing her. Bob issued a letter to StraightFromTheA, saying:
“I am wrong. I made trivial the abuse of HER in front of the world. I am no monster. I allowed truth, comedy and conjecture to convey an image of myself that I would never condone. I know how emotionally charged anger can inflict damage to someone you hold dear. My mockery is shameful and no longer funny. One instance of psychological abuse may not condemn someone to death, yet it would be no instances that makes a man wholesome; by being thoughtful in words and actions; being responsible in procedure and measures; being a protector, provider and provisioner for his family; and to show proper restraint with committing actions that lack virtue. I laugh because it feels better than crying. However, I must cry for forgiveness. My humility now is true to the pride that I take of holding HER to the highest esteem as mother or as wife, as confidant or as friend. This ode is true…”
More drama tonight on LHHATL. While we see Kirk Frost has a baby on the side, it seems like he and Rasheeda are still together. Peep this shot of them spotted together at the airport.
Rasheeda must love her some him because ain’t no way…
Did you see KUWTK last night? It was about Kim's Paris robbery which had the family understandably shook. Here's a clip:
So has Remy Ma violated her parole by performing Shether? Possibly. MTO drops this tea:
Just when you thought the Nicki-Remy feud was subsiding – Remy re-sparked it. MediaTakeOut.com was the FIRST news source to tell you that Remy was “banned” from performing Shether in public – because of legal copyright rules. Well Remy IGNORED THE LAW – and performed it last night.It’s not clear whether Nicki Minaj or the record label plan on taking action against Remy, but if they do it could mean trouble. You see in the US, violating copyright is a CRIMINAL OFFENSE. So Remy may have just violated her parole by performing the track.
Tonight season 24 of Dancing with the Stars kicks off at 7 p.m. on ABC. Competitors include Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei, Olympians Nancy Kerrigan and Simone Biles, recent Bachelor Nick Viall and Mr. T.
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Tyrese has taken to Instagram to defend his wife catching heat for uploading a post making comments about women wearing “real hair” “fake clip-ins” and “hard t***ies.”
He writes a couple of books so now he’s Iyanla, advising what makes women wife material? Boy, bye.
Drake finally dropped his highly-anticipated playlist, “More Life,” Saturday. The 22-track set features Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Quavo, Travis $cott and assists from Weezy, his mom, Sandi Graham, for a few interludes and Earth, Wind & Fire, Lionel Richie, Sonic the Hedgehog and Jennifer Lopez for a few samples. Drizzy also spoke on his alleged feud with Jay Z, took jabs at Meek Mill and hinted that he might not be back until 2018.
Ending on a serious tip, John Singleton is helping A&E mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Los Angeles riots with a two-hour documentary. According to Variety, A&E has set April 18 as the release date for L.A. Burning: The Riots 25 Years Later. The new doc tells the civil unrest that shook the nation and the aftermath of the acquittal of the four LAPD officers who were charged with beating black driver Rodney King in 1991.