The LHHATL Reunion Part 1 aired last night. Besides the usual ratchet and ghetto antics of the Atl. crew, two things stuck out to me:
- How much Joseline Hernandez (@MsJoseline) has changed.
2. How disrespectful Lil’ Scrappy (@reallilscrappy) and Erica Dixon (@MsEricaDixon) were towards each other.
The T.O. Show, season two, debuted last night on VH1, and I must admit, it didn’t disappoint. The two sidekicks were in ‘full’ effect. And I say full cause T.O.’s assistant Mo, is VERY pregnant. It sure didn’t change her attitude did it? (I don’t know if I could have sat there while she dissed my friend and embarrassed me like that.) I was shocked to learn that Terrell and Kari (the young, college girl) from last season stayed together, although I see they are still going through the same problems. Season Two seems like it will be a must-see. Maybe he can give his homie Ochocinco some tips. Oh yeah…. Where’s Pablo?
Where in the hell did they get the women for the new reality show, ‘Ochocinco: Ultimate Catch?’ from, a roller derby? These women looked old and busted! Chad Ochocinco is one of the most popular players in the NFL not because of his scoring abilities, but because of his touchdown dances and other foolishness he does on the football field. This is the same man that wanted to tweet live from football games but the league ruled against it. This ain’t no Flavor Flav, so why did all his women look like Kool Moe Dee? I had heard he only dated ‘exotic’ looking women, but even those looked like old drag queens. I hope the show gets better because Chad, you fine but I don’t know how much more I can take.
Submitted by contributing author Wilona: The Rona Barrett of the Projects
I don’t know who the marketing genius behind this ad for Terrell Owens’ new reality show is, but they have got my undivided attention! AND I will have my reminder set on my TV to make sure I don’t miss one second of The T.O. Show. I’ve always been a fan of Terrell Owens. Especially since he’s from Alabama. (Alexander City, to be exact) T.O. has always been an outstanding player on the field, but he brings that drama to the NFL. Often misunderstood, you never know what is going on with celebrities until you see what they go through and where they’ve been. Great players like Dennis Rodman, Ron Artest, Allen Iverson, Deion Sanders, are a product of their environment. Sometimes it stays with them no matter how much money they make. Many times athletes that are too ‘real’ are called controversial because they won’t adapt to the images and personas that pro sports want them too. We the fans know and appreciate the ones that speak up for what they believe in and voice their own beliefs no matter the fines, backlash, and bad press they receive. We got enough sell-outs stay true to yourself.