By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Since 2006, Maia Campbell has had some very public struggles with addiction to drugs and alcohol. It appeared as though Maia Campbell turned things around, in 2013, though. Starting with Iyanla Vanzant featuring her on "Fix My Life," Campbell made strides. During that same span of time, Maia
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer A few years ago, Styles P began releasing albums with a vengeance, dropping a new album every year. Between 2011 and 2015, he released five albums. Since 2018, Styles P has dropped four albums, currently averaging two albums a year. Styles P did an interview with "Drink Champs,"
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer After rebranding to the original show, "Basketball Wives" went about bringing the original cast back. This meant Evelyn Lozada returning to the show. Of course, the world remembers Evelyn's dramatic exit from the original show. Getting with Chad Ochocinco, at the time one of the NFL's best players,
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Last month, Lela Rochon briefly took over headlines, and it was in the most shocking way. In the mid-1990s, Lela Rochon became one of the biggest actresses in the industry. Aside from doing several movies, she even had a few sitcom roles. Lela Rochon would have personal issues
By Bossyy Hip-HopVib.com Staff Writer Recently, the OWN network launched "Ambitions," their new prime time soap opera, produced by Will Packer. The trailer promised an explosive series and t has lived up to it. With the cast, they have someone from every era. The cast is led by Brian White, Essence Atkins, Robin
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer On "Basketball Wives," Evelyn Lozada has made herself into the queen bee of the show. This type of reality TV role was arguably invented by the queen, NeNe Leakes. But, ladies like Evelyn, Joseline, Erica Mena, and Draya took it to new levels. Evelyn Lozada ended up leaving
By M.A.C. Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Since the first season, "Queen Sugar" has been one of cable's most-popular shows. The program immediately set ratings records for OWN, the network led by Oprah Winfrey. This show went all out, with the casting. Not only are some real veterans on the show, Kofi Siriboe has risen
By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Welp, so much for everybody having love for Cardi B. But, that was something people knew wouldn't last forever. On top of that, Cardi B would argue, which she often does, that not everybody is showing her real love, anyway. A year before Cardi B joined "Love