Reality: Remember Che Mack from Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta? She was Stevie J other artist and had more of role last season. Well has a new reality show coming out called Bottoms Up ( Official Batendars of Atlanta)
The show will focus of Atlanta most popular bars and nightclubs. The show will Che Mack and newcomers Courtney Janell, who has been linked to rapper Drake , Gabriella, who is a model and actress from the Bronx and Cinco Montoya. You can read more about the show here
Reality: I didn't expect this, former 'Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta" cast member Traci Steele has joined the cast of "Atlanta Exes" which is the new VH1 spin off show to "Hollywood Exes" which also filming it's 3rd season.
She confirmed it on her instagram page that she is "back on VH1" filming the new show and asked her followers to follow Kevin Hart's ex Torrie Hart who i part of the cast.
According to, Straigthfromthea Tameka Raymond (Usher's ex) allegedly quit the show and was replaced by Traci Steele. Drama already
Reality: Apparently Althea Hart ( nicknamed Thi Thi, was the chick who allegedly started the brawl during the opening f Stevie J's and Benzino's restaurant She is a new female cast member for the upcoming 3rd season. She is friends with Joseline and is in engaged to Benzino. She sounds like a firecracker if you ask me
On Valentines Day, she release a new song called "Ghetto Love" check it out
Reality News:It looks like we will getting a catfight for the new season of 'Basketball Wives LA' which premieres in January. Apparently,TMZ reports Draya Michele and new cast member Sundy Carter ( who is Jackie's friend) allegedly go into a nightclub brawl leaving Sundy Carter with a black eye. TMZ says the fight MIGHT have happened because Sunday was talking crap about Draya's new boyfriend who is Dallas Cowboy star Orlando Scandrick. Draya also bailed a trip to Paris with the cast to film the finale. Let's just hope VH1 don't edit this fight out like they did last season with Jackie and Brooke
Reality News:This is some shocking news. One of the cast members of the current season of "Catfish" has passed away. According to MTV Michael Fortunato, who appeared on this season's episode Ashley & Mike" died on Saturday from a pulmonary embolism Here is the full report
An autopsy has yet to be released, but Mike's younger sister, Gena, confirmed the death to MTV News Monday night. A spokesperson for the Farmington, Connecticut, chief medical examiner's office told MTV News that Fortunato died at Hartford Hospital as a result of a pulmonary embolism due to deep vein thrombosis, with other significant contributing factors including obesity and cardiomyopathy.
A pulmonary embolism is a blockage of one of the main arteries of the lung, typically caused by a blood clot that starts in the legs or pelvis and travels to the lungs. Cardiomyopathy is a disease that weakens or causes the enlargement of the heart muscle, making it harder for your heart to pump blood and deliver it to the other parts of the body, often resulting in heart failure.
"We are deeply saddened by the loss of Michael Fortunato," read a statement from an MTV spokesperson. "Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time."
Reality News: Former 'Basketball Wives cast member, Meeka Claxton, has revealed she had Grave's disease while she was on the show. She wrote a blog entry titled "Letting Go" talking about ending her feud with Tami Ramon when they both reunited during fashion week recently. She reveals that she was battling grave's disease which is the same disease rapper Missy Elliot has.
"I’m a private person and there was so much more going on with me than I let on. Aside from Speedy, not too many people knew exactly what all I was dealing with. A little over a month before filming started in Miami, I noticed my right eye was bulging out of my head. Nervous that it was the result of a tumor, I went to the doctor and he ran tests. The CT Scan came back negative, I thought I’d be relieved but I wasn’t. I was 31 and I knew my body, something was definitely wrong. I saw a few specialists including an Opthalmologist and they couldn’t find anything. It wasn’t until I went to NYC’s top Endocrinology Specialist that I was diagnosed. 2 weeks before filming, I was officially diagnosed with Graves Disease.
I went through 2 months of radioactive treatment and had to have my thyroid removed. My hair fell out and I lost a lot of weight. I needed something to take my mind off of what I was going through with my illness/treatment and I thought being on the show, new experiences, and working to expand my Atlanta based real estate company to Miami was the answer. Needless to say, I was dead wrong. Evelyn made fun of my bulging eyes every chance she got, Tami picked a fight every time we were together and Shaunie cackled at every bit of it all the way to the bank. They made my experience miserable but I never showed it. I never wanted to give them the satisfaction of knowing that they were essentially “breaking my spirit”. I dreaded filming each day and wondered what happened to all the “showcasing of the lifestyle of basketball wives” like I was told by the producers was supposed to the premise for season 3".