Bow Wow was spotted enjoying a pleasant afternoon with his former girlfriend, Angela Simmons, as the ex-lovers went over to Bar Pitti in NYC and had lunch together. They've managed to keep in close contact with one another since their split, and Angela has even made a guest appearance co-hosting alongside Bow Wow on 106 & Park this year.
"Love & Hip Hop" star Erica Mena is getting her shine right now as she's featured on the cover of both King and Smooth magazine. She showed off her smoking hot figure in between the pages, but recently proved that she's got a big heart.
Erica attended "The Center for Hope (Haiti)" charity event, and spoke about what the charity means to her.
"Well hopefully they can use some of the craziness that I've been through to kind of better themselves and [without] actually having to go through the things that I've been through. And definitely give back just because when you give a little, you get back a lot more [...] and that's really what its about! "
She also spoke about the drama on reality shows, and how accurately she's portrayed, saying "Well it would be kinda cliché for me to say [the drama you see on TV] is all editing, what I can say is that you can't believe everything you actually see [on the show], because there's a lot that you don't see that actually goes along with the story and makes it a lot more... understandable (laughs)."
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It was recently discovered that the grave of beloved actor Michael Clarke Duncan had been vandalized, apparently in an act of racism, according to TMZ.
A family friend stopped by Forest Lawn Cemetery in Hollywood to deliver flowers to Duncan's grave when she noticed a tiny figure of a cartoonish black face sitting on top of the grave marker. The friend believes the black face is the image of "Sambo", a character that's long been considered an offensive and extremely racist depiction of black people.
Family and friends were shocked by the desecration. After contacting the LAPD, they were told the act could be considered a hate crime. Police are currently investigating the situation.
According to the family, Forest Lawn immediately removed the figure from Duncan's tomb.