By Ashley Te'Arra Hip-HopVibe.com Reality News Writer One person Tokyo Vanity doesn't play about is her man, and she doesn't want anyone else trying to play with him either. The "That's My Best Friend" sensation took to her Instagram to set a few things straight, and she didn't hold back... not even a
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer When VH1 launched "Love & Hip Hop," they knocked it out of the park, as the show was instantly more popular than "Basketball Wives." The show quickly built a huge following. It was so popular that an Atlanta spin-off would soon come. Since "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta"
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 his Indigo release
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer When it comes to Lil Duval, he's actually been around longer than most realize. The popular comedian became known, when he began doing the MTV series, "Guy Code," with Charlamagne Tha God. From 2012-2016, he and Charlamagne dominated MTV and MTV2. Since then, Lil Duval has found success
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer During the weekend, Chris Brown found himself in the headlines in a very different way. Best-known for "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," Tokyo Vanity spoke on Chris Brown. Originally, she made it clear she wasn't calling him out. Tokyo Vanity did, however, claim Chris Brown was not letting
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Over the weekend, Chris Brown celebrated the Indigo album release with the release party. The event was everything most expected it to be, but it came with its own set of controversy. According to Tokyo Vanity, there were no dark-skinned girls allowed in the VIP section. Tokyo Vanity, for
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Yesterday, Tokyo Vanity put Chris Brown on blast, about his album release party from last week. Anyone who watches "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" knows Tokyo always speaks her mind. She said her friends saw that Chris Brown allowed no dark-skinned girls in his VIP section. This story
By Bossyy Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In her two seasons, on "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," Spice has proven controversial. Honestly, a lot of fans were turned off by how she spoke about Tokyo Vanity, and her weight. Even though she apologized, and became her friend, Spice still faced backlash. Coming into this season,