Daily Buzz 1.25.12

    Nicki Minaj sets Vevo record

    The numbers are in for Nicki Minaj’s latest video! According to her channel on Vevo, "Stupid Hoe" set a record by clocking 4.8 million views upon its debut.

    That makes it the most-viewed single video in a day ever! Check out what all the fuss was about below.
     

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    Watch ‘RHOA’ deleted scenes

    Packing for Africa was no easy feat for NeNe Leakes. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star wanted to take 10 pairs of shoes, 10 purses and an entire rack of clothes to the motherland with her on the cast members’ getaway.

    Watch this deleted scene from the show.

    While NeNe stuffed her luggage, her BFF Cynthia Bailey was hanging out with Phaedra Parks studying up on African culture for their trip.

    Watch the clip.

    The ladies head to Africa on Sunday’s all-new episode of "Real Housewives of Atlanta."

     

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    Evelyn Lozada poses for
    Maxim

    Evelyn Lozada did her best impression of a bombshell for Maxim. The "Basketball Wives" star posed for the men’s magazine, and chatted about what she’d be doing if she weren’t so darn famous.

    "Before ‘Basketball Wives,’ I was very busy in Miami with my shoe store, Dulce," said Evelyn, who calls herself a full-time entrepreneur. "I love shoes. And the only reason I signed on to do the show was to help promote my store. So if my life wasn’t so non-stop now, I would be at my store 24/7."

    And she dished about what her fiancé, Chad Ochocinco of the New England Patriots, is really like behind closed doors.

    "Chad is animated 24/7, and it drives me a little crazy sometimes," Evelyn admitted. "He’s very energetic with tons of jokes. But he’s not as arrogant and cocky as people think. When he’s home he’s very polite, and a gentleman. But he’s always on."

    Take a peek at her Maxim spread when you scroll down.
     


     

     

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    Common freestyle over ‘Party’

    Did Common decided to crash Beyoncé’s party? The Chicago rapper hit the stage during a party at the Sundance Film Festival.

    The bash was in celebration of the rapper’s latest film LUV, which he starred in and produced. In what seemed like a sign of pure elation (or maybe a few drinks?), Common couldn’t seem to contain his urge to drop a quick rhyme or two. 

    Ever the creative type, he freestyled over an instrumental version of Bey’s "Party." Check him out!

     

     

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    Kim Wayans talks Pariah

    Kim Wayans is best known for her comedic roles in shows like“In Living Color,” which is no big surprise considering that she’s a member of one of comedy’s most successful families.

    However, in Pariah, Kim was happy to do something new.

    “It was a challenge. I’ve been wanting to do dramatic work for a while now. I really got the drama with this one, so it was great,” she told Chelsea Handler.

    Although she and her brothers have been littering the TV landscape with funny skit shows and sitcoms for years, Kim said it took a while for Mama Wayans to get with the program.

    “My mother was all about education when we were growing up. She really wanted us to go to college, be doctors, lawyers, and Keenan [Wayans] was the first one to come out—come out about being a closet comedian,” she clarified.

    “Now she’s seeing a whole different tune,” she said.

    While her brothers have produced heirs to the Wayans’ throne, Kim said she’s not having any kids herself.

    “I’m not really anti-children, I’m anti-my-children. I have 38 nieces and nephews, and they keep me running,” she said.

    Kim also talks about being in an interracial marriage and her one-woman show. Watch.

     

     

     

    —Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott

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