The producers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta have reportedly given Kenya Moore an ultimatum: she can either keep her job on the show or keep her husband out of the spotlight. Recently, Moore made waves with a secretive, secluded beachside wedding to former banker Marc Daly.
If there is a Christ figure in the hip-hop universe then it’s obviously Tupac. He was conceived in prison and born to nothing, rose to become a leader of men, at a young age died for our sins, and in death became even more powerful. Pac articulated nothing short of a new way to live: a mixture of sharp political awareness, blunt thuggishness and bold audacity that many have emulated since his passing. There are a whole lot of rappers out there who have carved entire careers out of pretending to be Pac.
Ava DuVernay is bringing a limited series about the Central Park Five to Netflix, according to Variety, keeping up her work with the streaming giant. The five-part series will be written and directed by DuVernay and is set to debut in 2019. This after the widely-heralded success of 13th, which examined the system of mass incarceration and the history of racial inequality in the United States.
Love & Hip-Hop executive producer Mona Scott-Young is excited to have Keyshia Cole on the upcoming season of Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood. “You know Keyshia always has great stories to tell. I think that’s what people loved when she had her own show. They love it through her storytelling and her music so we just wanted to give her an opportunity to kind of have another platform to do that,” Scott-Young said in an interview with theJasmineBrand.com.