“The Next :15” Season 1 Episode 5 aired on TV One Wednesday night (Mar 9).
Benzino and Claudia argue about Jennifer; New York reveals that she will not work on the talk show and the cast ask Karamo if he will take it over; and a disagreement between Claudia and Benzino intensifies at Karamo’s charity event.
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About the show (via TV One):
The Next :15 follows the lives of six reality stars long after their television debuts have come and gone.
Claudia Jordan of Real Housewives Of Atlanta fame is exploring new opportunities in the media world. Jennifer Williams is leveraging her stint on Basketball Wives into a co-hosting position for an online talk show. The Real World: Philadelphia‘s first out, gay cast member Karamo Brown is cultivating his career in broadcasting. Basketball Wives’ Laura Govan is exploring her creative side by authoring children’s books. Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta’s Benzino is balancing fatherhood and helming the ship of “Hip Hop Weekly,” and Flavor of Love’s Tiffany “New York” Pollard is spreading her sass and charm in the acting world.
The group decides to embark on a group project that will give each of them the opportunity to shine in their area of expertise, but all of these big personalities in one room are sure to cause conflict. Will they rise to the occasion and get things done? Or will they succumb to reality stereotypes and quickly see their 15 minutes of fame fade out?
Heartthrob CHARLIE HUNNAM has asked his female fans to stop attacking his girlfriend after negative comments were posted to her online.
“Mob Wives” Season 6 Episode 10 aired on VH1 Wednesday night (Mar 2).
In the series finale, Karen attempts to mend her relationship with Karina. Later, Renee performs her final ballroom dance, Drita arranges a sit-down with Karen and Marissa, and Ang reveals disturbing news about her health.
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About the show (via VH1):
For the final, emotionally-charged cycle, “Mob Wives: the Last Stand” returns the focus exclusively to where it all began – New York City. The Philly girls have left the building, and the ‘OG’ cast is back together on Staten Island, where they always keep it ‘one-hundred’ with each other. But amongst this sisterhood – could there be enemies within?
Since the series premiere in 2011, the women have created new lives for themselves as their loved ones do time for alleged mob-related activities. For each of these women, the struggle is real, and sometimes betrayal is a way of life.
“Mob Wives: The Last Stand” covers a particularly full range of stories: writing a personal tell-all, battling cancer and shuttering a beloved business, dealing with a rebellious teenage daughter, coping with a father’s imprisonment, calling out supposed friends for being fake, or being the new girl and having to prove that you’re authentic.
Despite the high-octane drama these ladies are known for, they are more than just their ‘reputed’ mob connections. They are mothers and wives, businesswomen and entrepreneurs, and for the last time, they’re putting it all on the line to survive. Complicating the situation even more, two local newcomers are about to make their presence known in no uncertain terms.
Lil Mama woke up one day and decided it would be a good idea to recreate Rihanna‘s “Work” (feat. Drake), and homegirl really did it, and on top of that, released her own music video.
Over the Boi-1da-produced track, the Brooklyn spitter tries to add her own twist to RiRi’s No. 1 single. And in the meantime, she also lets fans know what’s in store this year.
“2016, got a lot of music droppin’,” she rhymes. “Tell the promoters we gon’ get the club poppin’ / If it ain’t about the money, then we ain’t talkin’.”
In the video, where she also uses Loaded Lux’s “you gon’ get this work” catchphrase, she recreates the feel of Bad Gal and Drizzy’s dancehall-themed music video, complete with choreographed dance moves.
The keyword in the above snippet from Rap-Up’s post is the word “tries.”
Lil Mama really tried it, y’all. And Twitter was NOT here for any of it:
So Lil' Mama did a version of Rihanna's "Work" and yes it is just as terrible as you think it is.
— Young King ? (@Ezby) March 6, 2016
Why did Lil Mama aka Lil Bow Wow, remix Rihanna's song Work? ? Nah, I wanna file a complaint.
— ?UFF$AID (@nuffsaidNY) March 6, 2016
just saw lil mama milly rocking during a poor remake of rihanna's "work." damn near ruined my sunday.
— Ras The Destroyer (@Smooth_Orator) March 6, 2016
lil mama shoulda just kept rapping on that work remix, it was decent till she got to singing
— Casey Dri (@LeanandCuisine) March 7, 2016
Lil mama's remix of work wasn't actually that bad it was just the singing part that threw me all the way off she ain't have to do that lmao
— NileseyyNiles (@Retro_Spectro_) March 6, 2016
Lil mama we said look for work, not remix it. pic.twitter.com/mfmYtYD06U
— [:•-•:] (@DubOnDaBeatz) March 6, 2016
Lil Mama needs better friends.
— Blédakiss (@ChefRoble) March 6, 2016
Lil Mama is 2 freestyles away from being in an Iyanla Vanzant Fix My Life episode.
— Ahmed/TrinityMarch28 (@big_business_) March 6, 2016
Lil Mama remixed Work… its called unemployed pic.twitter.com/qlbCSuuDGX
— Derik M. (@noLove_moreLOUD) March 6, 2016
Somebody please get Lil Mama. pic.twitter.com/MdxIv45DsF
— Chart Flops (@chartflops) March 5, 2016
Who allowed Lil Mama to remix Work by Rihanna ?? pic.twitter.com/PRoBTBpBKx
— Music's Rebellion (@MusicsRebellion) March 5, 2016
Lil Mama had THE NERVE to remix "Work" and them Milly Rock'd. Never been so hurt in my life. pic.twitter.com/FZJcaveP14
— No comment (@JUSS_JRICH) March 7, 2016
Lil Mama's remix of Rihanna's Work pic.twitter.com/0YmD35a6wq
— Lisa Vikingstad (@LisaVikingstad) March 6, 2016