On Friday, listeners got some insight on DJ Envy’s personal life after his co-host Charlamagne made him “The Donkey Of The Day” for not performing well at work during the past few weeks. Envy finally admitted that he was performing badly at work, because he was having problems with his marriage and wasn’t being a good husband.
Now, what listeners may not have known was that the entire incident was probably filmed for an episode of Housewives of New Jersey. Envy’s wife has been added to the new season which is sure to bring in a whole new demographic to the show , but that’s not to say that Envy wasn’t being sincere. He spoke up for a lot of men in long-term relationships when he said:
You know I’ve been with [my wife] for 18 years and sometimes you don’t treat the person that you’ve been with well, You treat them like they are always there and it has been a point where I treated my wife like s—. You know, just the small things you don’t do anymore.
Its not a problem [with her], its me. I’ve been with wifey for a long time, since high school.
At first, things are great and you do what you are supposed to do as a man to keep that relationship going, and then it gets to a point where your wifey is your right arm. When it’s there, you use it, and you don’t really appreciate it like you should until something happens or you get into a situation where you hurt that right arm and it’s like, “Damn! I almost lost my right arm.” It’s one of those things where you don’t appreciate the person the same and you don’t do things to make them feel special like you should.
I don’t care who says anything at this point, the only important thing is getting my family back to where it needs to be and getting wifey to understand that I appreciate her and I love her.
When you start making money, instead of saying, ‘I’m sorry’ and doing those good things, you buy things. Instead of me being there and telling her, ‘Baby, you look good’, and ‘Let’s go on a date’, it’s ‘Here is this Birkin bag,’ Instead of saying, ‘Lets go do spontaneous stuff like we used to do’ and make her feel appreciated, its like, ‘Here are these Christian Louboutin shoes’ and you see a smile and think you’re doing good but you are digging a deeper hole. When she’s out, she gets compliments in the malls whether she goes to lunch and that’s not you.
The reason I am saying something is because I don’t care what people say or how I look, the only thing that is important is that she understands that she is my queen.
You always think you can buy her something to fix it, and that’s what I thought, but there are not enough Birkin bags, cars, jewelry, watches, or shoes in the world that can fix being true or being honest.
Blue Ivy — the name of Beyonce‘s first child, has been voted the worst celebrity baby girl name of 2012. According to The Grio, over 2,000 members of Babynames.com voted on the best and worst celebrity baby names of 2012. 47.1% of participants voted that Blue Ivy was the worst name.
Lion — the son of Alex O’ Loughlin and Malia Jones was voted the worst celebrity baby boy’s name of 2012. The best celebrity baby girl name for 2012 was Charlotte Grace — the daughter of Jenn Schefft and Joe Waterman and the best celebrity baby boy’s name for 2012 was Luca Cruz, the son of Hillary Duff and Mike Comrie.
Kid Ink celebrates the new year by announcing his deal with RCA Records. The L.A. based rapper, who first hit the scene with his self-released Rocketshipshawty and independent album Up & Away,has just dropped his debut single “Bad Ass” featuring Wale and Meek Mill.
“We achieved so much last year independently but we just felt it was time to team up with a major in 2013 to take it to the next level, and RCA is as excited as we are about the vision and possibilities,” said Kid Ink.
Check out the track below!
Allhiphop has reported that thousands have already signed a petition to cancel Shawty Lo‘s upcoming reality show All My Babies’ Mamas — which centers around the rapper’s 11 babies mama’s and their 10 kids. The petition — on Change.org has already reached 3,000 signatures. The petition creator Sabrina Lamb said, “By pushing these degrading images, your company seeks to profit from the humiliation of girls and women and the blatant stereotyping of African-Americans. We think Oxygen and the show’s creators and producers have gone too far and if this show is aired, we will, without hesitation, boycott any and all companies that advertise during this minstrel show.” The show is slated to debut in Spring 2013
Kobe Bryant‘s wife Vanessa Bryant has responded to Drake‘s infamous line from the 2012 “Stay Schemin” — where he says “B*tch you wasn’t with me shooting in the gym.” Vanessa responded on her Instagram, “I love when immature kids quote a rapper that has never been friends with Kobe and knows nothing about our relationship. Just shows how gullible they are. I don’t need to be in the gym. I’m raising our daughters, signing checks and taking care of everything else that pertains to our home life. […]”
She continued, “I really wish people would stop THINK and then realize that they are being sucked into someone’s clear intention to monetize and gain attention off of our family’s heartache. This is real life. I hold down our home life so my husband can focus on his career. It’s a partnership. Since my husband isn’t friends with Drake, we received a text of an apology forwarded from his manager. It’s done and over with and it’s now time for people to THINK before speaking.”
Aboogy: I am a singer, lyricist, songwriter, and a fan of good music.
IAA: Why do you want to record and release your own music?
Aboogy: I believe that I was born to be the greatest. I can’t wait to show the world how great I am musically. I have strong lyrical content and I consistently make hot tracks.
IAA: What are your songs about?
Aboogy: My songs are about my personal experiences. I often write about love and pain because those are the two emotions that everybody can relate too.
IAA: Who is your fan base directed towards ?
Aboogy: My music reaches all ages and sexes. My music is the soundtrack to life.
IAA: Who are your musical influences?
Aboogy: I am influenced by 90’s r&b, Tupac, T.I., and Kanye West’s College Dropout. That cd changed my whole perspective on rap music.
IAA: How would you describe your music to people?
Aboogy:My music can be described as hip hop soul over the perfect beat.
IAA: What makes you different from other artist?
Aboogy: My style of rapping makes me unique. I go hard on every bar without sacrificing substance. I don’t just rhyme for the sake of rhyming. Subject matter, word placement, and catchy hooks are my strong points.
IAA: What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?
Aboogy: My IL Musiq mixtape and Tha Harmony & Lyrics album will be dropping soon.
IAA: What are your career goals? We’re do you see yourself in ten years?
Aboogy: I hope to have a long and successful career. I want to win Grammys and an Oscar. I want to pursue acting and modeling. I want to leave behind a great legacy.
IAA: How can your fans access your music and contact you ?
Last week, Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada atteneded his fan appreciation dinner together. Rumors then surfaced that Evelyn moved back into Chad’s mansion. Evelyn, took to her website to clear up all the rumors.
“I attended a dinner with Chad’s daughter, not only because I love baby girl like my own, but to support Chad and his fan appreciation dinner. While at the dinner, several photos popped up on the Internet of Chad and I holding hands, while in the process of blessing the food. The blogs made last night seem as though, we walked hand and hand into the restaurant announcing a reunion, which wasn’t the case.
I care for Chad, we are friends and we love one another, however, we are still separated, not living under the same roof and working on ourselves because we have a long way to go. This is a normal and realistic process for anyone and I don’t know what the future holds for me, but I know God holds it and I’m taking things one day at a time. I appreciate the love from so many of you and right now I’m still working on becoming a better person. Chad and I are attending therapy separately, meeting with a Life Coach and trying to figure out how to work on our individual selves and navigate through this entire ordeal.
I wanted you to hear this from me and only me because I would rather you know the truth, than assume. :)”