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Momma Dee comes after Chris Brown, almost a week after Tokyo Vanity, over the dark-skinned girls, with a video, telling him she has dark-skinned children and to never say it again, or she’ll show him how powerful she is [VIDEO]

By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Nearly a week after the incident, Chris Brown is still being tied to this story about him and the VIP section. To update those who missed it, Tokyo Vanity accused Chris Brown of not allowing dark-skinned women into his VIP section. This was allegedly at hisĀ Indigo release

Sharonda is the problem, says Twitter, blaming unprofessional attitude for the shop’s failures and fans also think she looks like Momma Dee #LHHATL

By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Tonight, the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" audience met another person who definitely has a mind of her own. Many may have overlooked last year's storyline about Yung Joc opening a beauty salon. All of this stemmed from the reactions about his hairstyles. If memory serves, fans should

Scrappy and Joc are cousins? #LHHATL fans act like they didn’t know Lil’ Scrappy and Yung Joc were kin and Twitter laughs at Scrappy and Kirk’s response to Joc asking if they’d smash Spice

By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Viewers must've forgotten that tidbit, but it was brought up, a few times, that Lil' Scrappy and Yung Joc are cousins. Specifically, when Momma Dee launched her music career, and got Yung Joc for the "In That Order" feature, it was spoken on. But, people and their

Scrappy said “open up some dialect?” Momma Dee got him right, when she told him it was DIALOGUE, and #LHHATL Twitter thanked her for correcting Lil’ Scrappy’s “dialect”

By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Since season three, "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" fans have paid close attention to Lil' Scrappy and the things he says. His own form of talking is referred to as "Scrapanese." The way Scrappy talks is his own dialect, which brings up tonight's topic. Scrappy and Bambi are

Lil’ Scrappy is making a surprise return to “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” during the second half of season seven + Announces Bambi’s pregnancy #LHHATL [VIDEO]

By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Longtime "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" viewers should remember, towards the end of last season, Lil' Scrappy leaving. During that episode, he linked up with Gunplay, and then left with him for Miami. It turns out, that episode was the preview for "Love & Hip Hop

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