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When people think of the hip hop life, they think of the players - the men who shape the music and the blinged-out lifestyle that comes with success. The fact is the hip hop life is different for the women involved: the spouses, girlfriends or artists trying to define themselves in a world where men are still calling the shots. VH1's new, 8-part docu-soap series "Love & Hip Hop" follows four dynamic women who are connected to the world of hip hop, whether it's through the men they love, or their struggle to be heard as an artist. "Love & Hip Hop" provides a dramatic, funny and sometimes heartbreaking look into the female side of the New York hip hop life as these four women try to claim their own place in it.
n my three-some-odd decades on this planet, I have never–and I do mean NEVER–seen a grown woman cry so much over the loss of Christmas as Jen the Pen. Oh, she’s not upset about the loss of the actual meaning of Christmas, mind you–and I think she’d implode if she ever realized that the celebration itself has its roots in a Roman pagan holiday known as the Saturnalia; my offer of paying someone for telling her this cold-hard fact does, however, stand. Rather, she feels some kind of way about the loss of the presents and Santa Claus and the ham and trimmings. (Read: She’s mad that Consequence won’t let her spend his money.) This should have dawned on her as a possible sticking point before she had a baby with him, so if you’re looking for sympathy from me, you’d better look elsewhere, because I’m fresh out of my last Give a Damn. But at this point, if giving Hen (typo, and it stays) a chocolate Easter Bunny would shut her up–even for five minutes–I strongly suggest that Consequence consider our sanity and do it. They do make halal-certified chocolate. I’m just saying.
Meanwhile, Telenovela–I mean, Tahiry–must work at every bar in the greater NYC area, because this week, we saw her bartending at Negro Claro, where Joe Budden tracked her down…and begged her for a threesome with his current squeeze, Kaylin Garcia. After reading him more than a few pages of the Riot Act–during which she informed him (and, by extension, us) that it was she who was paying the bills during their relationship (you mean that nice house in Jersey was paid for by you, girlfriend? And you don’t have it in your name because…?)–she informed him that he was “black history” before dismissing him with less than a kiss and a smile.