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Earlier this month, “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Janet Hubert threatened to file a lawsuit against Kenya Moore, claiming that the reality star failed to pay her for her appearance in the “Life Twirls On” pilot. Now, after months of being bashed by Hubert, Moore is finally speaking out about the lawsuit. As previously reported,…

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Wendy Williams has never been shy about her celebrity critiques, especially when it comes to female reality TV stars. Williams recently fired some napalm laced shots off at former “Basketball Wives” star Evelyn Lozada over her baby, calling her son a “cash register.” During the Hot Topics segment of her show on Monday, Williams discussed…

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Janet Hubert has never been shy about her beef with Wendy Williams and that she thinks the gossip queen is a so-called “virus” among black women. But in a recent interview with thegrio.com, Hubert expounded upon her issues with black women in TV and called Williams and other women “jiggaboos” and “mammies.” While chatting with…

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Queen of gossip Wendy Williams has always had a stormy relationship with the cast of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” One minute, she’s praising the reality stars for their dramatics and the next she’s bashing them for, well, the same thing. Well, apparently Porsha Williams has had enough of the talk show host’s critiques and…

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Recently, Wendy Williams revealed her secret love for everyone’s favorite reality TV guilty pleasure, “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.” Although she admitted to being obsessed with watching the show, Williams claimed that none of the stars, besides Joseline Hernandez, whom she claimed would need a translator, would be a suitable guest for her show, adding…

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Earlier this week, former “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Janet Hubert, penned an open letter to Wendy Williams.  She slammed the talk show host after she questioned her former co-star, Tatyana Ali, about her infamous departure from the hit ‘90s show. In the letter, which Hubert read in an Blog Talk Radio post, Hubert…

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo It’s taken singer-songwriter, Jeffrey Osborne 30 years to finally release the album he’s always wanted to record, ever since impacting the 1980’s R&B charts. With A Time for Love, Osborne reunites with producer George Duke for a set of covers featuring jazz and pop standards. “When I…

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