Love & Hip Hop

Let’s take a look back at Cardi B’s fairy-tale rise to fame.
The Afro-Latina singer masterfully responded with an adorable childhood video.
"The first thing that comes out of another man's mouth in our culture when you are trying to humiliate somebody or diss them, you call them gay, you call them soft, you call them a sissy, you call them a punk, these are the words, it's like the biggest disrespect."
There's potential to break down stereotypes -- but also reinforce them.
Last Spring, VH1 drew controversy following the announcement of their then-developing project, “Sorority Sisters,.” The show's
Stop the spread of ignorance and stereotyping of our beloved Black Greek letter organizations. Our founders amongst EVERY
"I don't want to talk to him anymore," she says, visibly upset. "I don't want to talk to him anymore!" Fans of "Love & Hip
--"Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star, Mimi Faust responds to backlash stemming from her newly released Vivid Entertainment sextape
Vivid founder and chairman Steve Hirsch told the site that “Love & Hip Hop” producers also gave the adult entertainment company
Exceptionally fierce and driven, Somaya Reece has proven herself as a celebrity to watch. Since her appearance on VH1's Love & Hip Hop, Reece has been reinventing her image, sound and attitude to fit her new audience.
The latest blossom in the garden of Web series created by African Americans is Scheherazade, an unscripted series chronicling the lives of a group of black women in their twenties and thirties.
Gone are the days of shows with multi-layered black female casts we could be proud of. Now, it's all coonery, all the time.