No one seems to want to live on Kanye West Island anymore.
We continue to watch, talk, and write about them -- hoping with each year that they might suck a bit less -- but the slow burn of shitty continues.
What did you say? I didn't hear you. You're probably disrespecting me.
"...I'm gon' take that as disrespect!" said every Black man ever.
Just trying to make it back home by Monday morning. I swear.
On last night's episode of Love & Hip Hop NY, grandmothers showed up. Because what are shenanigans without grandmothers?
Suge Knight did things we aren't surprised to hear that Suge Knight did yesterday.
With other reality shows, you care because it makes good TV. On Black Ink Crew, you care because you don't want them to be predicate felons.
On this week's Love & Hip Hop New York we have custody battles, baby mama drama, and Erica Mena doing Erica Mena things. That's right, it's just another day on VH1.
Was it Florida's fault the Evans family's entire existence was a dream deferred?
Not all brown girls are broken. Not all dark girls are depressed. We’re not all out here threatening light-skinned girls on the schoolyard because we hate some part of ourselves.
Shamira recaps all of non-sense in one episode. Love & Hip Hop NY is going for the gusto on this one!
"Light Girls" debuted last night on the Oprah Winfrey Network. It was interesting to say the least. We had thoughts.