Tami Roman books TV gig?
Tami Roman might pop on TV One in the near future. Tami tweeted two pictures from the set of the sitcom "Love That Girl."
Unfortunately, Tami didn’t state what her role on the show would be, or when her episode would air, so you’ll have to keep an eye out for her! The guest spot is just one of Tami’s many projects.
Tami shared via Twitter, "Wow 2 films in Urbanworld this year-1 I produced called The Tombs and the other I’m acting in Life Love SoulA come support me & @EgyptSaidSo."
Christina Milian finds her sound
Christina Milian said she’s really happy with how her next album is shaping up.
"It’s going well, I’ve been working on it this entire summer," she told Rap-Up.com, adding that she’s gotten the help from some "really great producers and writers" to help establish the project’s vibe. "I think I found my sound for this one."
It’s not clear whether she’s talking about the project that was, at one point, titled Elope. However, as C-Mili put it, whatever she comes out with won’t be the same type of album it would have been two years ago.
"I’ve gone through a lot since then, so it’s definitely a little more honest," explained Christina, who indicated the project had taken on a whole different trajectory. "It’s based on living life and there’s more to talk about now."
Lil Mama talks about the Smiths
Who knew that Lil Mama was in good with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith?! The rapper and TV personality talked about her relationship with the power couple in a recent interview with HipHopWired.com.
"Jada Pinkett-Smith is a true mentor in my life. She gives me encouragement, she pushes me," Lil Mama revealed. "Her and Will, I can honestly say that they’ve been very encouraging and they’ve been like family to me."
As Lil Mama put it, the Smiths and MC Lyte are just a few of the people that encouraged her to get back into music after taking a lengthy break from the sound booth. Now that she’s working her way back on the music scene, find out who Lil Mama claims wants to do a collaboration with her!
Bruno Mars sues music publisher
Bruno Mars is fighting his way out from the clutches of his publishing deal with Bug Music Inc.
TMZ.com reports that Bruno is suing the company because it won’t let him ouf of his contract with them despite that fact that he’s completed all the terms of the deal.
Court documents state the he turned in a number of songs to the publisher by February, per their agreement. The problem is that once Bug Music had the material, it had certain amount of time to renew the deal. The "Grenade" artist argued that he thought the company had let the contract expire because executives never got back to him.
Bug Music disagrees with Bruno, however, contending that he is still under contract. Bryno wants a judge to settle the matter so that he can move forward with his career.
Tia shows off Cree
Tia Mowry’s baby boy, Cree, is quickly getting used to the finer things in life—including a brand new pair of Air Force Ones.
The new mom and star of “The Game” recently tweeted a photo of her bundle of joy in his crisp kicks.
Tia also tweeted that she’s lost 34 pounds so far.
“Breast feeding, eating healthy and workouts have helped,” she wrote.
On her Style Network reality series, “Tia & Tamera,” she’s expressed concern about losing weight in time to return as Melanie on “The Game,” and her time is running out.
The show begins taping soon, and Tia has already been fitted for outfits for the new season.
“Had a great fitting,” tweeted Tia, who was also preparing for a photo shoot. Luckily she’s getting lots of support from friends and fans.
“Love hearing all this weight loss success…,” she tweeted.
Maya Angelou criticizes King Memorial
Poet Maya Angelou said an edited inscription engraved in stone on the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, makes the legendary civil rights leader sound arrogant.
The original quote was, “If you want to say that I was a drum major, say that I was a drum major for justice. Say that I was a drum major for peace. I was a drum major for righteousness.”
The words on the side of the MLK statue read, “I was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness.”
In Maya’s opinion, the paraphrased version don’t do the speech or the revered reverend justice.
“The quote makes Dr. Martin Luther King look like an arrogant twit. He was anything but that,” she said. “He had no arrogance at all. He had a humility that comes from deep inside. The ‘if’ clause that is left out is salient. Leaving it out changes the meaning completely.”
—Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott