Braxtons get upgrade on WE tv
WE tv will be giving you more of the Braxton bunch next season, and it will be much sooner than expected.
As we recently reported, "Braxton Family Values" will be returning November 8 at 9 p.m. That’s months ahead of the original 2012 season 2 debut that the show had been slated for.
And, according to ThatGrapeJuice.net, this season will be bigger and bolder than ever with 19 episodes, up from the original 13-week run of season 1. Toni Braxton was absent from a recent taping in California (get the pics here), but it’s not clear whether fans of the show should expect her to be M.I.A. for most of the season.
Flo-Rida is not the father
Flo-Rida is fighting to prove that he’s not responsible for a baby born earlier this year.
TMZ.com reports that Flo is still mired in a paternity suit even after obtaining proof that he’s not the father of Gloria Halloway’s new son. Flo’s lawyer told TMZ that the rapper got a paternity test, which genetically ruled him out.
Flo supposedly took the test under an assumed name for anonymity, but Gloria’s said she wants more conrete evidence. She argues that she has yet to see a document with the rapper’s actual name, which her lawyer points to as reason to believe that "there is absolutely nothing to indicate that [Flo Rida] was sampled."
Dahntay Jones weds over the weekend
Dahntay Jones of the Indiana Pacers expanded his home team by marrying WEEN co-founder Valeisha Butterfield.
Accorind to TheYBF.com, the happy couple wed in North Carolina on Saturday night before their closest friends and family, including Emily Bustamente of "Love & Hip Hop," Mashonda, LeToya Luckett, Alesha Renee and Rocsi Diaz were all on-hand for the affair.
Emily’s son, Johan, who happens to be the bride’s godson, served as ringbearer, while Lil Mo sang for the couple.
After the ceremony, Valeisha announced her new relationship status, tweeting, "I’m officially Mrs. Dahntay L. Jones. God is a wonderful God."