Shay was spilling all the Love and Hip Hop reunion tea on The Breakfast Club and I’m sure Mona Scott Young wouldn’t be too happy about it but no complaints on our end. Thanks Shay girl!
During Shay’s time spent with Angela Yee, Charlamagne and DJ Envy she talked about the drama that went on during the reunion show, her relationship with her on and off again boo Scrappy, her dealings with her new rapper boyfriend, Kirk and Rasheeda’s drama filled relationship and more.
Watch it below.
By the way Erica and Scrappy had to leave the reunion show early because their daughter got bit in the face by a dog. So sad, we hope everything is okay.
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Rumor has it that this past weekend Chrissy Lampkin and Jim Jones were spotted filming season 2 of Chrissy and Mr. Jones.
During last year’s season we witnessed the couple in a more intimate light than what we saw on Love and Hip Hop New York. The two of them struggled and navigated their way through fertility issues, business endeavors, family, friends and more. The goal was to work towards being better individuals for one another and a wedding ceremony but Jimmy was a bit more stubborn than what Chrissy had bargained for. Hopefully he’ll get it right this time, we’re rooting for them.
In other reality television news…
Basketball Wives season 5 is returning, sooner than you think. Tami Roman, Shaunie O’ Neal, Suzie Ketcham, Evelyn Lozado and newest cast member Tasha Marbury will hit our television screens on August 9th.
Tasha was formally married to Stephon Marbury until she found out that he was boning their personal chef. The chef let the cat out of the bag after Stephon decided he was’t going to cough up $300,000 which was the remaining amount to the $1,000,000 that he had promised her. Ouch! Tasha’s story line should be interesting. Don’t expect much drama though, Shaunie has already said that the show is moving in a more positive direction.
Shaunie O’Neal: [It] was so difficult to deal with when it was airing and when it was all over with. I remember saying, ‘what the hell just happened? This isn’t us; we’re mothers, we’re businesswomen. We have to be smarter. We have to represent ourselves a lot better.