Everyone is talking about the absolutely adorable images of Blue Ivy Carter during Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards, but, as expected, the jokes rolled in a day after. In Monday’s segment on BET’s 106 & Park titled “Top Six Things Blue Ivy Thought At The VMAs,” guest host (and Chris Brown‘s on-again, off-again girlfriend) Karrueche Tran made a pretty mean-spirited joke about Blue‘s hair saying (in a joking tone): “I really did wake up like this…because my parents never comb my hair.” Continue reading
Eric Bellinger and Problem dropped their video for “I Don’t Want Her” on BET’s 106 & Park today. LIKE WHAAAT!? Pop the hood:
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Insiders have found out what the child support courts in LA couldn’t: How much money Bow Wow makes working on 106 and Park.
Bow Wow famously lied about his income at the child support hearing for his daughter with butt model Joie Chavis by neglecting to mention he’d just been hired by BET to host 106 and Park [click here if you missed that].
Well, according to Mouth to Ears Bow Wow got $200,000 for a six month contract with the option to renegotiate after that. Bow Weezy also commands $3,500 a pop for club appearances.
Minus child support of course…..Bow Weezy pay for you baby man!
Is Bow Wow just as broke as we are?
Either Bow Wow has been short on cash over the past few years or he pulled a fast one on his baby mama Joie Chavis and the child support judge.
On Monday, coincidentally the same day he was named as the new host of BET’s ‘106 and Park’, Bow Wow and Joie were duking it out in court over how much he should pay in child support for their 1 year old daughter Shai. Continue reading
And the new hosts of BET’s 106 and Park are…
Monday, after seven years of tuning in to watch Rocsi and Terrence J on BET’s flagship music show, ‘106 and Park’, fans tuned in for the shocking announcement that there are now not two, but FOUR new hosts that would be taking their place. The new talent include Detroit Hot 107.5 radio DJ’s Shorty Da Prince and Paigon, singer Miss Mykie and Bow Wow. Continue reading