“Hit the Floor” Season 3 Episode 5 aired on VH1 Monday night (Feb 22).
Ahsha, Derek, German, Zero, Jude and Pete face the consequences of their actions. Meanwhile, Sloane is forced to revisit her past, and Jelena and Terrence are blindsided by a discovery that jeopardizes their plan to buy the team.
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About the show (via VH1):
Last season, the Devils won the Championship, but saw their owner Oscar Kinkade arrested for the murder of a Devil Girl. But there’s another murderer still at large: Ahsha’s long-time boyfriend German, who was revealed in Season Two’s shocking finale to be Olivia Vincent’s killer. Unaware of her boyfriend’s deadly secret, Ahsha is reunited with him, but bad boy MVP Derek has vowed to get her back.
The Devils not only have a title, they have a new boss: Coach Pete’s ex-wife Lionel. And she’s going to make life hell for Pete and Sloane. But Sloane’s not going down without a fight. Meanwhile Jelena, the mastermind who put Lionel in Oscar’s chair, continues to pull the strings, all while tending to an injured Terrence, who gave everything to win the title.
“K. Michelle: My Life” Season 2 Episode 4 aired on VH1 Monday night (Feb 22).
Bobby steals K’s trust and her phone, but leaves an engagement ring behind. Later, K has friction with her label over her new sound.
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About the show (via VH1):
Ready to conquer the West Coast with a brand new vibe, best-selling recording artist and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta breakout star K. Michelle refuses to be restrained by location or genre of music, so radically changing both, she and her best friend Jonathan touch down in Los Angeles with hopes of finding new inspiration and revolutionizing her sound.
With K. Michelle prepared to burst onto the mainstream music scene, and propel herself to super stardom, her label gives her a tight deadline to record an all-new album. As she creates new music, K. Michelle must balance work with her personal life. But with the pressures and drama that still linger from her past, will all of this prove to be too much?
“Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood” Season 1 Episode 4 aired on VH1 Monday night (Feb 22).
Out of frustration with Stevie, Joseline books a performance at a G-rated event in Los Angeles.
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About the show (via VH1):
“Stevie J & Joseline Go Hollywood” will follow the fiery couple as they hit the West Coast with their sights set on Hollywood stardom. With Stevie J’s five children in tow, it’s a family affair!
Stevie J’s head is in the game and he’s ready to leave the party scene in ATL behind. Fully focused on creating new music in Los Angeles, he is heading back into the studio to produce music with Diddy and The Hitmen Crew. He is also trying his hand as a film producer.
Joseline Hernandez refuses to let Stevie J have all the fun in La La Land. Heading out west on her own, she aims to introduce the Hollywood scene to her own brand of spicy pop. With unwavering confidence and undeniable talent, the international superstar works to take her place on the music charts.
Will the City of Angels roll out the red carpet for this unconventional family?
“Love & Hip Hop: New York” Season 6 Episode 10 aired on VH1 Monday night (Feb 22).
Female MCs battle for the top spot at Gwinin Fest XL, the Creep Squad have a come-to-Jesus meeting, and MariahLynn exposes Moe’s dark past. Later, the drama between Rah Ali and Yandy escalates to another level.
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About the show (via VH1):
“Love & Hip Hop: New York” is back and bigger than ever for season six. Returning fan favorites are joined by a new cast of young, hot female rappers all hungry for success, and they’re ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple!
With personalities as strong as their rhymes, Mariah Lyn, Young B (of “Chicken Noodle Soup” fame) and Sexxy Lexxy and Miss Moe Money from the rap duo BBOD battle to make themselves heard. With these girls dropping managers more often than mics, can “Love & Hip Hop” veteran Rah Ali navigate her new career as a music manager and keep these girls out of trouble? Will they let past beef and love triangles hold them back? Who will rise to the top?
It’s been a big year for “Love & Hip Hop: New York” veterans Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris, who recently tied the knot on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Live: The Wedding” special, and welcomed their daughter Skylar. This season, it’s back to business for the newlyweds and time to focus on finding a bigger place to live and blending their families. Yandy is ready to get back to managing artists and focus on her career but with Mendeecees’ impending legal issues, their newly wedded bliss may not last long.
Since her recent release from prison, it’s fresh onto the “Love & Hip Hop” scene for rap superstar Remy Ma and her ride-or-die rapper husband Papoose. We follow Remy as she navigates through life on the outside and reclaims her crown as ‘Queen of NY,’ all while getting ready for a long-awaited official walk down the aisle.
Founding member of the “Creep Squad,” Rich Dollaz finds himself contending with the newest lady of the house — his daughter! Rich learns that when it comes to his number one girl, he has no control. Can she inspire her dad to completely change his messy ways or will he get wrapped up in some hot new talent?
Peter Gunz attempts to bring his two families together under the same roof, but will he finally be able to have his cake and eat it too? Or will Tara and Amina shatter the love triangle once and for all?
Cisco Rosado is now single and on the prowl. Mixing business with pleasure never ends well but which new, female talent will he choose to produce and who will have him ready to get down on one knee?
Newcomer DJ Self from New York radio station Power 105.1 bursts into “Love & Hip Hop” as we follow his relationship with Yorma, one of the hottest dancers in New York City, and their tangled web of drama. Can Self balance his packed schedule with his equally packed love life?
Firecracker and Instagram sensation Cardi B. leaps from the pages of IG to the small screen with a bang! It’s certain this tough cookie will deliver raw and real emotion as she entangles with her fellow cast members.
Rich Homie Quan should stick to writing his rhymes on paper because the “Flex” rapper recently appeared on Tim Westwood TV and totally bombed during a freestyle session on the show.
Quan rapped/warbled over a number of beats (Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange,” Gucci Mane’s “Pillz,” Tupac’s “Ambition Az a Ridah,” and Nas’ “If I Ruled the World”) and sounded like pure DEATH during most of his 16 minute performance.
It was just a freestyle so we’re going to give Rich Homie a pass on this one, but we’ve heard crows do a better job at singing.
This is beyond crazy. A California woman is facing attempted murder charges after she tried to kill her barber over a bad haircut that he didn’t even give her … which makes no sense what-so-ever, right?
After getting a Rihanna style cut and leaving a $20 tip, 29-year-old Adrian Blanche Swain returned to the barbershop hours later and fired three times at her barber, but the gun jammed.
The barber and another worker at the shop were able to tackle the woman to the ground before police arrived on the scene.
Police found razors in the woman’s car and it was determined that she had, for reasons unknown, shaved her own hair after getting a cut at the barbershop, leaving a bald spot in her head.
Adrian Blanche Swain, 29, got a haircut around 9:30 a.m on Wednesday. She returned to the barber shop three hours later complaining about her haircut, San Diego police Sgt. Ray Battrick told KSWB.
The woman pulled out a gun, tried to pull the trigger three times, but the gun jammed, police said. “The gun had bullets but malfunctioned,” Battrick said.
The barber and another person wrestled the woman to the ground and were able to get the gun out of her hand, police said.
“She messed it up with some straight razors… she erased everything I did, messed it up with a razor took it all off… and then she came in and said ‘Look what you did to my hair!’” the barber told KSWB.
Swain was arrested and faces charges of attempted murder.
Wow. We’re not sure what kind of drugs this lady was on (or maybe she has mental issues?), but let’s just pray she gets the help that she needs.
Trina doesn’t play any games when she feels disrespected, and the “F*ck Boy” rapper recently put the paws on a male fan who she felt was totally out of line outside of a Miami nightclub.
In the footage captured of the incident, Trina and the man go back and forth before she throws and lands a few punches as security tries to break things up.
“Take yo a** home with that bulls**t!” Trina shouts in the clip.
In the background, another man is also heard yelling “Don’t touch my cousin!” after Trina attacked the guy she was arguing with. We’re obviously guessing he wasn’t on the femcee’s side.
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Rihanna stayed true to her word and released her “Work” video today, and she came through with not just one, but TWO videos!
The first video, which features unlimited steamy scenes between Drake and Rihanna takes place in a lit dancehall club with pot smokers, twerkers, and delicious-looking food being whipped up in the kitchen.
Both singers grind all over each other while the rest of the party dances the night away before the visuals switch to another full length video.
In the second video, RiRi and Drake take the fun back to a solo room where they get close and personal.
The chemistry between Drake and Rihanna is undeniable in both videos and just further proves why we think they would make a good couple. Maybe there’s still hope for these two.
Watch the two-part “Work” video up top!