Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta cast member and rapper Scrappy’s mother, Momma Dee, is showing a vulnerable side that nobody has ever seen. She didn’t have it easy growing up and is sharing her story on her new single, “I Deserve”.
The Queen had been teasing the new single for weeks now and on the season finale of the popular VH1 Reality Show, she poured us out a blessing from the Palace.
Pop the hood to hear the song:
Posted in Gossip
Tagged ATL, I Deserve, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, Mama Dee, Momma Dee, Music, New, reality show, Scrappy's Mom, single, Song, The Palace, vh1
Ludacris is in no hurry to meet his new baby daughter … it’s been nearly a month since the girl was born, and his baby mama says the rapper still hasn’t dropped by to take a look.
According to TMZ
Tamika Fuller just posted a long message on Instagram, writing, “She has yet to meet her father and it’s unfortunate because I would never keep him from seeing her.”
She also addresses the back and forth in court regarding Ludacris’ ability to pay child support, insisting she’s not looking for a handout. “It saddens me that it has come to this. I did not file on him. Nor would I ever try to attempt to extort my child’s father.”
She adds, “In spite of all that has already happened I just ask that the negativity stop towards him and I. We have a child to co-parent … Her best interests come before any of all of this foolishness.”
As we reported, Ludacris — a multi-millionaire — has filed legal docs saying he can only afford to pay $1,744 per month in child support.
We are under the impression that Luda is thinking “Move B*tch get out the way”
This pass Saturday night, the recently-released from jail rapper hosted an after-party for the BET Hip-Hop Awards at Atlanta hot spot Club Compound with Diddy.
Over the course of the night it became clear that it was T.I.’s responsibility to make sure the night went smoothly.
When Diddy got mad at a partygoer who was brandishing a bottle of Grey Goose vodka instead of the hip-hop honcho’s own Ciroc brand, T.I.’s mediating skills came in useful. Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment News
Tagged ATL, Atlanta, Busta Rhymes, Ciroc, club, Diddy, grey goose, Home, jail, Nelly, T.I., vodka
The King is back on the scene. Following his release from a halfway house earlier last week, T.I. stopped by Atlanta radio station V103 for his firstinterview since serving 10 months behind bars. With his son Major on his lap, he discussed the lessons he learned, new VH1 series and book, next album title, remixing Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Ni**as in Paris,” and the lack of Atlanta artists on the charts. He also had some strong words for his critics and turned red when speaking about the first thing he did when he came home, pleading the Fifth.We ALL know what he did as soon as he got to the crib.We ain’t mad at you homie.Just make sure if you are going to have wild sex with wifey trying to make up for being gone 10months keep the “X” pill’s in your your bed room ……
Pop the hood and check out Tip’s first radio interview since his release!!!
We support you ALL day T.I. don’t get in trouble again man!We can’t handle this rollercoaster ride you keep taken us on.
With little over a month to go before his anticipated homecoming, T.I. reflects on his 10-month prison stay in his last letter from a Forrest City, Arkansas facility. The Atlanta rapper takes the time to acknowledge those who’ve had a positive influence on him throughout his trials and tribulations, while recognizing his own strength.
“Now it goes without saying that I hate I had to come back to prison for these 10 months but I am truly grateful for the knowledge, growth and understanding I’ve received from the experience,” writes a thankful Tip, who shares a quote from Tupac that resonated with him.
Upon his release, he plans to start anew. “I’m going all the way back to square one, like I’m fresh in the game and never sold a record. Back on some I’M SERIOUS, TRAP MUZIK shit,” he vows.
The King of the South signs off by saying that the next time you hear from him will be when he is on the other side of the prison walls. Read his full letter below.
What up world? This will be my last message from Forrest City. Just reaching out and sending my love, respect and appreciation to all who have been ridin’ with me throughout this chapter in my life and not just recently but since all the things started happening one after another back in ’06. From Big Phil’s murder to my beautiful little angel Leiah being called home to heaven, to my arrest in ’07, the 1st prison sentence in ’09, to this last journey that I’m nearing the end of. A lot of people who are aware of all that has happened to me in my life say that there aren’t many men who could have endured and withstood so much pain, pressure and turmoil while managing to remain sane and keep their wits about them. I must say that I wouldn’t have been able to do so without God’s grace and having a strong support system behind me every step of the way. So often we spend time acknowledging the presence of “haters” and all the negativity they send our way but we don’t take the time to acknowledge and appreciate all the ones who love and support us and supply us with the positive energy we need to overcome. We complain about the pain so much that we don’t even notice how much stronger, wiser and better of a person the suffering has allowed us to become. I heard Pac say once “To live is to suffer and to survive is to find meaning in that suffering.” I later found out it came from an author by the name of Friedrich Nietzsche. When I heard Pac say that it was just some hard shit to hear your favorite rapper say before he kicked a verse. Now that I’ve gone through it and grown from it those words have a real true meaning to me. I know this won’t be my last battle with adversity but it has truly prepared me for whatever else may come in the future. For that also I’m thankful. Now it goes without saying that I hate I had to come back to prison for these 10 months but I am truly grateful for the knowledge, growth and understanding I’ve received from the experience.
Next time you hear from me I’ll be back out there with you. Doing for those who can’t do for themselves and speaking for those whose voices are never heard. When I touch down, I’m going all the way back to square one, like I’m fresh in the game and never sold a record. Back on some I’M SERIOUS, TRAP MUZIK shit… But until then RESPECT to all who deserve it. I’ll be back at you in a minute.