A couple months ago, Rasheeda graced the cover of Rolling Out magazine alone, but now she’s joined by two of her fellow Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast members, K. Michelle & Karlie Redd. In the article, it discusses why society is obsessed with reality TV as well as the portrayal of African-Americans.
When I first saw this I was really thrown. I wasn’t sure if they were trying to be funny or this was a simple mistake. From RollingOut.com Actual Utah Valley’s Women of Color issue. The editor says “color” doesn’t necessarily mean race. In journalism, there’s clever wordplay, and then there’s wordplay fail. Consider the latest issue […]
Despite all the drama that has been surrounding Toya and MempHitz from his previous relationship with Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s K. Michele (even though she never said his name not one time), these two aren’t letting it tear them apart. The “Do Work” lovebirds just celebrated their one year anniversary in Paris and are […]
The oh so fine, R&B Maybe I Deserve songbird Tank sat down with Rolling Out to “Reintroduce the Language of Love.” Tank has always been known for driving us women crazy with his sexy physique and lyrics, but while chatting it up with Rolling Out, he let us in on the top five things that make […]
Seems like all my favorite female actresses and artists are turning 30 this year. This must be the year of the Dirty 30! I remember the very first movie I saw Meagan in, Eve’s Bayou. She has really blossomed into a beautiful young lady. By the way, I’m loving her new haircut she’s rocking! Short, […]