Don’t know if the gossip is true or not, but I’m blown away. With all the drama going on on the RHOA I’m surprised that Faith would stoop to marrying the culprit Stevie J and all his drama. I love me some Stevie but he carries unbelievable baggage and he can’t keep his hands off his artist. All I can say to the lovely Ms. Faith Evans, keep your eyes open, stay protected and Good Luck. That’s all folks!
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Debra L. Lee has stepped down from all of her roles at Black Entertainment Television (BET). The network had announced back in December that she would no longer serve as president. It was just announced that Lee will also resign as Chairman and CEO.
“I have spent more than 20 years leading this incredible enterprise and I am so proud of the BET team and all that we have accomplished,” said Lee in a statement. “As I look to the future, I believe it is the right time to take a step back from day-to-day responsibilities at BET.”
Scott M. Mills has been tapped to take her place as President.
Mills has served as executive vice president and chief administrative officer at BET’s parent company, Viacom, since 2015, where he oversees human resources, real estate, and facilities and security. In his new role, he will be responsible for running overall strategy and all day-to-day operations, including oversight of programming, ad sales, and digital teams. He will also work closely with BET General Manager Michael Armstrong, who will report directly to him, and Lee, who will act as an advisor.
“BET has consistently produced exciting, thought-provoking content, shaping culture and conversation with African Americans and young audiences around the world. I am honored to work alongside Debi, Michael, and the incredible team at BET as we accelerate the network’s evolution across film, digital, and live experiences,” said Mills in a statement.
New CD without Kandy, Tiny stepped up her game and they sound GOOD with a capital G and look amazing I might add. Check them out.
That’s right yall, she’s on her way back but there was a little blip on her screen. She had to knock her big sister out the box and Ms. Venus wasn’t having it. Ms. Venus who is in the worlds top 10 right now, beat her little sister 6-3, 6-4 in the 3rd round and that bad boy took 1 1/2 hours, so neither one of these girls are slacking, and we have to give Serena credit for getting back on that court after having a baby at 37 which couldn’t have been easy for her.
Way to go Serena, we know you’ve got more to show us. One baby don’t stop no show! Go SERENA and congrats on your new bundle.