*Erica Mena has moved on from ex-girlfriend Cyn Santana and “Love & Hip Hop New York.” But she is madly in love with Bow Wow and his ability to tame her.
Mena opened up to Vibe about her engagement, her surface-of-the-sun-hot sex life and her relationship with her ex-girlfriend.
On her relationship with her ex she said, “one thing that I learned really early on, is that you could never be friends with people who want your life. So many people started to get in her ear, and it came from people that were her friends. Coming into this relationship, or any of my relationships, it was no secret how wild and crazy I am.”
*According to TMZ, 50 Cent has been criticized for posting a photo of hip-hop mogul Diddy on Instagram of him grinding up on a plus-sized woman.
50’s photo features the phrase, “Damn…50’s right. I’m EFFEN Up right now” — coming quite hard for Diddy, but critics came right back at 50.
*Kevin Hart really wants Jameis Winston to do better. The comedic actor went up to Winston to tell him exactly how he feels, according to TMZ.
*Former “R&B Divas: Atlanta” star and Brownstone singer Nicci Gilbert is making her return to TV with “From the Bottom Up,” according to theJasmineBRAND.com.
This time around she’s going behind the camera, although she’s going through an intense legal battle with TV One. Nevertheless, she’s signed a new venture deal with Queen Latifah.
“From the Bottom Up” will document the lives of women who had everything, then lost everything and who are now trying to climb their way back to the top.
*Patti LaBelle is an unstoppable force in the entertainment industry — having been in the industry for more than half a century. But she’s has no plans on slowing down anytime soon.
LaBelle has a lot going on with her endeavors — including her product Good Life Sauces. Recently, she appeared on “HuffPost Live” to discuss these endeavors.
LaBelle is known not just for her amazing powerhouse voice and music. She’s known for how she puts it down in the kitchen — even cooking for other music greats.
*Chris Brown had a vision — a vision to paint the lyrics of Tupac‘s “Lord Knows” on an already-gorgeous, $500,000 Lamborghini. He would… and he did!