*Valentine’s Day might have been a week ago, but one of the “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star’s made a special trip for love.
OK, well a very long trip for love… to Africa to be exact.
Kenya Moore traveled to Nigeria to spend Valentine’s Day with her who she calls her African prince.
*Apollo Nida says he was not cheating on his wife, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks, when he was spotted in South Carolina on Valentine’s Day weekend with another woman.
According to TMZ, Apollo says the woman was his friend’s sister…a bartender at the club where he was paid to appear. Nida says it’s all perfectly harmless. The majority of his fan base is made up of women, so naturally that’s who he parties with, he told the websit.
He insists he’s 100% faithful, and there are no sex tapes, no naked pics, no pregnant baby mama to suggest otherwise.
Meanwhile, Apollo faces federal charges for bank fraud and identity theft.
Christina Aguilera tweeted this photo on Valentine’s Day with the caption: “He asked and I said…”
*Christina Aguilera got a ring for Valentine’s Day
The singer and judge on “The Voice” took to Twitter Friday to announce she and longtime boyfriend Matt Rutler will tie the knot. She also shared a photo of them holding hands, with her ring facing the camera.
The pair met on the set of Aguilera’s 2010 film “Burlesque,” where Rutler was working as a production assistant. He’s also worked on films such as “The Social Network” and “The Town,” according to his IMDB page.
*’About Last Night‘ is in theaters tonight!
Spend your lovers day, with Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Michael Ealy, and Joy Bryant. Their romantic comedy follows new love for two couples as they journey from the bar to the bedroom.
Comedian extraordinaire Hart says you will have a great Valentine’s Day if you watch ‘About Last Night.’
*Ne-Yo, the multi-talented singer/songwriter has chosen the day for lovers to share “3 Simple Rules”, three new songs to aid in making this February 14th memorable.
*In honor of Valentine’s Day 2014, I wanted to offer some personal insights regarding the precious custodianship of that ever neglected lover, your Self.
These nuggets weren’t gleaned from books or self-help seminars. Hard-fought and road-tested, they are the result of being in the trenches, often doing the same things over and over, yet expecting different results. In any case, over time and experience, I’ve learned that:
Despite what you might have heard, YOU are the love of your life.