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Exclusive: Ericka Dotson of Indique Hair Talks Working With Lady Gaga, Fall Trends & Indique x BOSSIP Hysteria Twitter Giveaway!
We know weave can be serious business to some of our readers, so Bossip recently sat down with Ericka Dotson, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Indique Hair.
Remember those pesky little rumors about who Draya Michele may have sat on in order to qualify as a “Baskteball” Wife/Jumpoff/Fiance/Baby Mama/Or Whatever-Else-VH1-Considers-Acceptable?
Jonesy breaks down all the ratchetness on The Braxton Family Values, Love & Hip Hop Season 2, And Bad Girls Club Reunion Part 2.
For all you people out there trying to get to the next level, just remember that you only have one chance to make a good first impression.
SMH… This attention sloring broad Nene can’t be serious.
You know those couples that break up, get back together, break up again and repeat the cycle. Annoying, right? Let’s get these celebrities to make up their minds.
D-List Heatrbreak: Gloria Govan Has Finally Accepted That She And Matt Are Never Getting Back Together
This, ladies and gents, is the part of the healing and grieving process known as “anger,” and, of course, it comes after “denial.”
A “Lil Positivity”: 22 Year-Old Georgia Woman Is Reunited With Her Family After Being Sold For Drugs By Junkie Mom As A Baby
What the hell is going on with people selling babies nowadays?!
President Obama’s Staff Gives Ol’ Billy Clinton’s Clique A ‘Ho Sit Down’ After Offering Advice On How To Get Re-Elected
Clinton: Dude, you’re gonna lose.
Obama: This arrogant son-of-a-beyotch….
The Side-Eye: Bobby Brown Says All Of New Edition Is Back Together & May Be Doing Reality TV Now That They’ve Found Jesus
The sad thing is, had anybody but Bobby said it, we might not be looking at him sideways.
Eddie Murphy is rumored to be making an appearance on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.
Race Matters: First Black Playboy Bunny Says She Felt No Pride In Her “Pioneer” Status, “We Had Black Doctors & Business Men In Chicago”
Oh, how our values and the things we take pride in have changed over the years.
Don’t let the door hit ya’ where the good Lord split ya!