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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Buckeey in XXL Magazine



Buckeey In XXL Magazine

Cast of Basketball Wives L.A Interviewed



Meet the cast, and some details about the show

Friday, July 1, 2011

Wedding Wars Kat in XXL MAG



Kat Tells XXLMAG Where Shes known from and Who she didnt like on the show



Most people know me from… VH1’s Wedding Wars.
The couples I just couldn’t stand on the show were… Jessica and Brandon and Jamal and Yolanda because… [they] were annoying and really fake

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T.O Responds to Baby Mama Drama



T.O Baby mama Claims that Terrell has failed to pay Child Support For the month of June. She filed court papers against him. Today He Release an Offiicial Statement



We are saddened by Ms. Smith and her attorney's need to bring this to the public as a news story.
Mr. Owens has never once missed a payment or fell behind in child support payments for any of his children.
When his income changed a few times over the last few years, dramatically decreasing, he continued to pay the child support amounts as they were structured for his previous significantly higher income.

For June 2011, Mr. Owens communicated directly with Ms. Smith to let her know prior that he would only be able to pay half of the month's support payment on the due date.
He also will be seeking an adjusted child support amounts based on his current financial situation due to the fact that he is currently unsigned and the NFL is on lockout.

Mr. Owens has always provided for his family, all children and all responsibilities.
The fact that Ms. Smith attorney is using this difficult time as a press opportunity is a shame.
In the meantime, Mr. Owens is doing everything he can to make his payments as ordered.
I also would like to stress that is a private family matter that Mr. Owens takes very seriously and is handling.

VH1 Is Now Casting For New Matchmaking Show


VH1 Is Casting For a New Reality Matchmaking Show. The casting call is taking place in new york.
We are working on an exciting new matchmaking show that is all about the search for love. Our expert matchmaker will show you exactly how and where to find love. She will help you identify the very things that have been holding you back, reveal the key to successful dating, and match & prep you for dates.
Casting Call

Get to Know Travis Winfrey Who Plays Omar on Single Ladies

Travis Winfrey

Some Personal Questions About Travis Winfrey who plays Omar Single ladies






First Memory that pops into your head: The theme song from ANINMANIACS! "We're tiny, we're toony, we're all a little looney....."




Hardest thing you ever had to do?
Admit that I CAN'T fly.







5 Favorite Foods?
1. Sodium Benzonate
2.Acsuflame Potassium
3.Tacos
4. Yellow #5
5. The eucharist (Those body of christ cookies are bland but addictive).




Funniest Thing You can Think of that you saw/heard/experienced:
Watching "MIAMI VICE" with my dad.






Best Prank You ever did/received:
Does my public school education count as receiving a Prank?





5 Things You cannot live without:
1.Japanese Anime
2.Aviator Sunglasses
3. My MAC.
4.Mila Kunis
5.Laughing




Wii, Xbox or PS3?
Sega Genesis



Looking forward to this Summer:
What Summer!? Didn't you know the World ended in MAY.



What is your shoe size?
In clown shoes? 10-1/2


If you could invite 3 people to dinner, who would it be and why?
George Lucus , Ryan Seacrest and David Blaine. I think the four of us could take over the world.


Shaunie O' Neal Tells CNN Basketball Wives Isnt Negative Towards Black Culture

Shaunie O'Neal is a star and executive producer of VH1's reality show "Basketball Wives."

Shaunie O'Neal Talks About "Basketball Wives" Portrayal of Black Women on Reality TV.


The problem for me is when black women are portrayed as only being that way and labeled different than their non-black counterparts for the same type of behavior. That's when it becomes negative and damaging to our image.



I do believe some of the shows featuring African-American women have positive story lines and are not meant to tear black women down. Shows like [BET's] "Tiny & Toya" and "Monica: Still Standing," [TVOne's] "LisaRaye: The Real McCoy," [VH1's] "What Chili Wants" and [WE tv's] "The Braxtons."






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