Tip’s family stays hustling. Tiny is trying to line these pockets honey. In addition to the play on “The Simple Life” reality show she told us about last month, she’s announced that she has another show coming soon. Yesterday, the former Xscape member and star of the show “T.I. & Tiny: A Family Hustle” announced in a press conference alongside VH1, that she’s executive producing a new reality show called “The Real Hairstylists of Atlanta.” Dwight Eubanks, NeNe’s old friend from RHOA was a host of the event where Tiny revealed that she’ll partner with creator and producer Shante Traynham, and executive producer Mimi Carpenter to bring the show to your television screen.
This should be…interesting.
2 Chainz Announces FreeBase EP [PHOTO]
2 Chainz is readying a new release just in time for summer, but it isn’t the next installment of his B.O.A.T.S. series. Instead, the Def Jam rapper cooked up the FreeBase EP for our collective listening pleasure. “It has been a minute since the release of my album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time and I wanted to give something special to my fans while I record my follow up album,” 2 Chainz said in an official statement. “This is a taste of what is to come, and is most importantly, for them.” The fan theme rings the accompanying artwork, which 2 Chainz selected out of a pool of thousands of entries on Instagram. This of course followed a challenge to his followers, whom he charged with creating a cover to be submitted with the #freebase hashtag…
The (Style) Streets Are Talking: Serena Williams’ Bikini Body On ‘Fitness’ Magazine
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Serena Williams out on the town via paparazzi shots, or on the cover of a major magazine. She’s been laying low and playing hard. So it was a pleasant surprise to see the tennis champion pose for the May cover of Fitness magazine. With an affinity for fashion, Williams sports two swimsuits for the spread. Her cover look is a one-piece cutout in red, while the other is a white one-piece with mesh rib. She embraces her figure in the shots and represents for muscular girls.
On body image: “When I was young I thought I should be built more like an athlete -long and lean- not with a womanly figure. But then people my age started coming up to me and saying, ‘I love you because of the way you look.’ That was really motivating…