By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In the 2007-2008 period, David and Tamela Mann rose to fame. The couple rose as "The Browns," on Tyler Perry's hit shows. Debuting in the movie, Meet The Browns, David actually played Tamela's father, and this led to their sitcom of the same name. David Mann was Mr.
By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Veteran actress, Jenifer Lewis has done some of everything. She has appeared in everybody's sitcom and nearly all the movies. Every time, she is playing somebody's mother, or somebody's auntie, bringing the same energy to each role. Jenifer Lewis' career took a new turn, when she played
By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In 2005, Sebastian Telfair became the most-hyped player coming into the NBA. Drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers, Telfair was to turn the team's chances around. As exciting of a player as he was, Telfair ended up not being that guy. Sports fans soon forgot about Sebastian Telfair,
By Ahsinet Monee Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer During the spring, Spice rose to fame, in the States, when she joined the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" cast. Immediately, Spice became the person the people loved to hate. Initially, she was a fan favorite, until she came for Tokyo Vanity about her weight. Despite Spice
By M.A.C. Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Four years ago, Tracy Morgan looked as if he was going to become the latest celebrity death. His sprinter was hit by a Walmart truck and things looked grim. Not only did Tracy Morgan survive, he won a $10 million settlement from the company. Tracy Morgan has gone
By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Thankfully, rappers that have gotten into dangerous situations, recently, have survived. Still, it's bad that they got caught up in the first place, but great that they lived. For a year, Yella Beezy has pushed "That's On Me" and got an all-star lineup for the remix. Completely independent,