The second season documents her dramatic falling out with rapper Jim Jones, who she managed for seven years.
Subsequent seasons focus on her family struggles, including Mendeecees' legal dramas and her difficulties co-parenting with his baby mamas Samantha and Erika.
That’s right you read that correctly, rapper and actor Romeo Miller may be bringing a new boo to meet his dad soon.
He has ushered in yet another girlfriend and we may actually be here for this one.
The producer confirmed that he’s dating Biggie Smalls’ widow during an interview with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club. “We was all family and then, you know, as years progressed, we began to hang out more, talk more.” The “I’ll Be Missing You” producer said he and Faith’s relationship is something very new, becoming more serious during the Bad Boy reunion tour.
Stevie told Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee and DJ Envy that he’s known the singer for 25 years, but he never had a thing for Faith while The Notorious B. He also seemed hesitant about the whole situation, admitting his worries about how sex will change their friendship.
“Once you start dating your best friend, it’s a little different.” Faith will appear in Stevie ‘s new VH1 show , which is scheduled to premiere on Dec. The series will focus on the reality television personality’s life as he moves on from his toxic relationship with Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez.
The series premiered on March 6, 2011, and chronicles the lives of several people in New York City (and nearby areas, including New Jersey, and Yonkers), involved with hip hop music.
In the second season, she admits to having sex with Fabolous while Emily was pregnant with his child, igniting a violent altercation with Emily's friend Chrissy.
After getting into an ugly brawl with Erica Mena and becoming pregnant with Juelz' second child, she left the show.
A friend of mine suggested it to me, telling me that it was a docuseries about being a single woman in the city. If we’re going to talk about relationships and dating, I’m a perfect candidate for this because this is exactly what I do.” You do a Skype interview, and then they select who they want the group to be. The things I was nervous about were in terms of speaking about relationships, like the relationship with my dad. She wanted to talk about it and express to me that my grandparents never said “I love you” either. It’s a really stressful situation to marry a stranger, you’re living together, there’s a level of intimacy with each other. But really what this show is really about is five women of color trying to figure out how we’re getting in our own way and just overcoming some of the behaviors that are counterproductive to what we would like.
And so when you come in, that’s when you meet the writers and creators of the show, and then they tell you what it’s actually about. ” Yes, I’m dating somebody, but you don’t bring everybody you’re dating home. ”MN: So is it awkward for them to watch your life play out on television? There’s an episode where I talk about how my father, who was extremely influential to me, never told me he loved me. She said it was an old-school mentality, and she wanted to, at least, be able to say to me, “He loved you.” And I’m like, “I never questioned him not loving me.” It was just a matter of showing affection and saying it, and it just wasn’t his thing. Then there’s stress and arguments, fights, and then there’s a camera crew. Not that editing did me wrong or anything like that, but I think it’s more from a perspective of, you saw a stressed out Monet. All these other things that really aren’t who I am as a person at all. In my case, as a result of , I was uncomfortable with sharing a lot of hurt, a lot of aspects of who I am as a woman, and you can attribute those to a fear of not wanting to scare men off, or never wanting to be too overwhelming to a man. I’ve lived a lot of my romantic and personal life out on national television.