…speaking of Basketball Wives, two new cast members have hopped on board. And, yet again, they’re not-quite-wives.
Kesha Ni’cole Nichols (on the left) was to marry former New Jersey Net Richard Jefferson back in 2009 but he dumped her -via email- the day before their wedding. Kenya Bell (on the right) is the estranged wife of Golden State’s Charlie Bell. She’s a singer and former Miss Michigan who’s probably (yet, sadly) best known for trying to shank her husband with a box cutter during an argument in May, while they were reportedly in the midst of divorcing. BTW, he was fine and said he didn’t get stabbed. Anywho…she’s reportedly already emerged as the villain -ya think?
Even Tami Roman is laughing at the chicks who want seats on this bandwagon, saying: “I’m still surprised at how many people just wanna come into this situation. They should know by now we are not wrapped too tight. But they still keep coming.”
Evelyn Lozada continues to prove she is a mutha-effin factor. Lozada and her made for TV boo, Chad Ochocinco, have reportedly landed a deal for a spinoff show on VH1. The deal comes after Evelyn threatened to quitBasketball Wives after rumors surfaced that she was cheating on Chad. She reportedly got a big pay raise to go along with the deal and will film around her daughter’s college schedule for Basketball Wives. The new show will detail the run-up to their wedding.
Posted by Elphaba Of The Brew | Posted in Jews We'd Do | Posted on 27-11-2011
I have had a crush The Goldblum since the ’80′s but was always a little embarrassed to admit it. I mean what kind of black girl would admit to finding THIS: hot? What kind of teen would admit to watching “The Fly: 90 times just to see THIS:
None, that’s who! So, I buried my love deep inside. Like a sad secret… like a 15 year old bed wetter.
It wasn’t until years later where I met my dear friend Ms. M. who I proudly call my “Sister From Another Mister”, and got to chatting our secret celeb crushes and we both whispered…’JEFF GOLDBLUM’, that I felt maybe not so very crazy!
The older this guy has gotten, the more do-able he’s become. The nerd specs, yes. The salt and pepper do. Yum. But I think for me it may be his deadpan sarcastic delivery that makes my snide panties drop.
He just did a hilariously filthy guest star turn on the insane FX (not family-style) sitcom “The League” and my love flame is reignited. Speaking of fire…boy, I’d like to light some Menorah candles with you, Boo!
Posted by Fleur Delacour | Posted in brew commentary | Posted on 25-11-2011
This post will not be popular with many, but like Bill Cosby, a Witch has gotta say it; celebrity turkey handouts make me itch! Now, I appreciate charity at ALL levels. We should all try to display it 365 days a year, but it’s something about when these stars, who celebrate extreme consumption, are paid to tweet about products they don’t even use, or pop bottles at strip clubs (unless it’s my birthday), or brag about buying Bugatti’s (did I spell this ish correctly?) pass out the poultry that irritates the Brewshyt outta moi. It never fails, the day after T-day these pictures start popping up with (insert celebrity name here) in sensible, we-are-ordinary people-gear and shoes, their silky extensions pull back with a few strategically placed wisps of hair out to make it look like they’re down for the cause, or the men break out those nerd glasses because that instantly means I can understand the poor’s plight with my special glasses for my special eyes.
Look, we know you are filthy, stinking rich which probably makes you feel hella guilty at times, especially since you push excess on a regular, so how about just writing a check and save the photo ops for the BET awards?
Disclaimer: the celebs in this posts may actually have a giving heart!
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