Veronica Vega from Love & Hip Hop Miami is again under fire for her ethnicity. She's claimed both African and Latina ancestry in the past, but a new clip featuring Veronica, her sister, and her grandmother has LHHMiami fans wondering once more: Is Veronica Vega black? What is her ethnic heritage?
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The stars of HGTV's Home Town rep their own home town of Laurel, Mississippi as hard as possible on the show, employing local craft and tradesmen for nearly every job and featuring local businesses in every episode. But do Ben and Erin Napier have a store of their own? Read on for a breakdown of all their enterprises -- including their just-launched furniture line.
9Mag has a new guest artist, and he makes quite an impression on his first day in the shop. But who is Shine from Black Ink Chicago? More importantly, did he get with Lily after the two of them made it clear it's what they both wanted? Read on to find out more about Shine, including his tragic upbringing and inspirational story -- and, of course, his incredible tattoos.
Is Miami Tip a midget? How did she get her nickname? And what's her ethnicity? We've got the answers to all the most frequently asked questions about the legendary stripper and Love & Hip Hop Miami star -- including her height. Read on to learn everything you need to know, Miami Tip edition!
Yandy Smith and Mendeecees have two biological children together: son Omere, born in 2012; and daughter Skylar, born in 2015. But they're getting ready to add one more to their family with the forthcoming adoption of Infinity, one of Yandy Smith's foster kids. Infinity and Yandy met thanks to Yandy's non-profit organization, and Yandy's been helping the teenaged Infinity through some emotionally trying times over the last few months.
Love & Hip Hop Miami star Bobby Lytes is trying to set the record straight on his real name. It seems there's a sizeable number of viewers (and even some fans of his) who can't seem to get it right and keep referring to him as "Bobby Lyte." It's enough to make a man vent on social media ;)
The 1969 animated version of Frosty the Snowman messes with the character's mythology in one especially horrifying way. Since Frosty appears to be completely cognizant of everything happening around him in his pre-snowman state -- even though Frosty himself is completely incapable of participating in it -- we can only conclude that the vast majority of his existence is as passive and hopeless as a horror movie victim.
The Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the World's Longest Treasure Hunt is Randall Sullivan's 400-page ode to the everlasting mysteries after which the Lagina Brothers have lusted for years. The journalist and true crime writer explains the island's history -- and a great many of the theories surrounding it -- in such meticulous detail that at several points you can't help but expect Sullivan to finally untangle the Gordian Knot at the center of both the island and the show itself. And, in a way, he does...