Now that we know Kanye West’s Star Wars houses are a thing — and that he’s evidently going to solve homelessness with them — we have some unanswered questions.
We already knew that the Love & Hip Hop cast salary was heavily dependent upon star power and longevity — but LHHH star Teairra Mari recently spilled some of the show’s tea when it comes to cutting checks. Teairra gave a deposition in her ongoing revenge p0rn lawsuit against 50 Cent, and was forced to explain her own finances when it was revealed she’d been ducking some court-ordered payments. But Teairra is hardly the only cast member talking cash: over the years, plenty of the franchise’s other stars have revealed some intriguing figures.
Last week, rumors of Love & Hip Hop Miami canceled raised plenty of eyebrows among the show’s viewers. Though LHHMiami has had the lowest ratings of all four franchises, it’s also the youngest, and has suffered from VH1’s time slot shuffle. But we’ve since learned that the rumors can be put to bed: the show will be back! Read on for the details!
The newest Love & Hip Hop franchise is also the one that’s struggled the most in the ratings — but is Love & Hip Hop Miami coming back, or has it really been canceled? According to a new report, VH1 is ready to pull the plug, but we’ve got some conflicting information. Read on for the details.
Chip and Joanna Gaines are officially back: they’re launching their own cable network in the summer of 2020. Longtime fans are mostly thrilled, but, based on what we know about the network so far, it sounds like things won’t exactly be a return to Fixer Upper form.
Shekinah Anderson is the newest member of the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast, and she’s already familiar to reality TV fans from her time on TI & Tiny. But the Atlanta-born stylist isn’t afraid to say what’s on her mind because her fashion empire has her net worth blowing up to the point where she doesn’t need to be on TV at all.