Celebrities We’re Inviting to Have a Seat this Week Celebrities We’re Inviting to Have a Seat this Week

Celebrities We’re Inviting to Have a Seat this Week

We live for celebrity shenanigans but every now and then the lines get blurred and the lifestyles of the rich and famous just get borderline foolish. And when that happens, we invite them to have a seat. No one is exempt from getting called out and some may even find themselves listed as repeat offenders. Check out the list of celebs who need to park their rumps this week.

Terrence Howard
Ordinarily, a man who was assaulted would get some sympathy but Terrence put his own self in that situation. This week reports came out that a woman showed up at his house earlier this month and busted him in the face, but the thing is she was his ex-girlfriend, she hit him in front of his new girlfriend, and the man is still married—to the woman who claims he physically abused her.

Terrence needs to sit down and have a little talk with Jesus and figure out what he’s doing in life. This man isn’t even keeping the ladies in rotation, he’s overlapping and that’s why he got busted, literally.

I hate to do this. I’m beyond thrilled Fanny is back and has her life together—somewhat. But, her appearance on American Idol showed us there are a couple of demons she’s still wrestling with: bad hair, bad clothes, and bad singing. Fantasia looks good with long hair, but all that yaki on top of two outfits drenched in sequins?

No, just no. Black Cher you are not.

And the singing. Fantasia has an amazing voice, which is why I would like to hear it sometime. Somewhere along the line, after she won Idol, she just decided she’d stop singing and start shouting her way through songs. It’s not that it sounds bad -- it’s just, well, not singing.

Chris Brown
You already know.

The messages fans sent to Chrissy Teigen after his Billboard performance weren’t his fault but he took an awful long time to tell them to chill, and even when he did, he wasn’t saying a whole lot.

Chris’ fans are obviously taking their hot-headed cues from him so he might want to step up and tell them to cool out. He doesn’t need any more bad press and, unfortunately, the way the media sees it, his fans are a reflection of him.

Therefore, “I know you’re about that life,” isn’t going to cut it.

Wendy Williams
She’s getting some carryover from last week. First, Wendy tried to say Black women are jealous of her and her plastic surgery and hideous weaves. Then, she tried to play Meeka Claxton and say she’s a "non-factor". All this from a woman who makes her living telling everybody else’s business but her own.

She’s just so out of bounds in more ways than one and so, as punishment, we invite her to have a seat in a beautician’s chair so she can get a sew-in or a weave that actually looks like it’s fresh out the pack and not something you picked up in the discount pile at the corner beauty supply.

Pat Houston
Pat’s not really a celebrity, but it looks like she’s trying to be, so here’s her chance. Pat is entitled to one of the lovely seats she didn’t want Ray J to sit in at the Billboard Awards which nearly caused an on-camera tussle during Whitney Houston’s tribute.

Pat tried to come out and say Ray J moved to a spot near her family where he wasn’t supposed to be and that she graciously allowed him to stay. Doesn't this situation sound awfully similar to Bobby Brown getting moved around during Whitney’s funeral?

We think she needs to calm down -- real quick. Plus, there are rumors she demanded to go on stage with Bobbi Kristina to accept the Millennium award screams. Clearly, somebody is hungry for the spotlight and is a super shady character.

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Singer Whitney Houston is seen performing on stage during the 2004 World Music Awards at the Thomas and Mack Center on September 15, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Whitney Houston's Close Friend Robyn Crawford Details Romantic Relationship In New Memoir

Whitney Houston's personal life has been explored ten times over since her untimely passing in 2012 but one of her closest friends wants to share with the world the Whitney she knew and ultimately fell in love with.

In excerpts to People Wednesday (Nov. 6), Robyn Crawford presents a strong bond between the two in her new memoir, A Song For You: My Life With Whitney Houston. The singer and Crawford met in their youth while working at a summer camp in East Orange, New Jersey. From there, their friendship blossomed into something more romantic. With homophobia running rampant in the 80s, Crawford says they never looked at labels but enjoyed the experiences they shared together.

“We never talked about labels, like lesbian or gay,” writes Crawford. “We just lived our lives and I hoped it could go on that way forever.”

As their journey continued, Whitney's star began to rise which put allegedly put their romance on ice. “She said we shouldn’t be physical anymore,” writes Crawford. "Because it would make our journey even more difficult. She said if people find out about us, they would use this against us....and back in the ’80s, that’s how it felt. I kept it safe. I found comfort in my silence.”

Whitney's relationship with Crawford was mentioned in the 2018 documentary Whitney. Created by the singer's estate, the film focused on the singer's legacy and didn't include first-hand accounts from Crawford. Family members were weary of their special friendship.

"I’ve never seen them do anything but I know that she was something that I didn’t want my sister to be involved with," Whitney's brother Gary stated in the documentary.

But Crawford is finally ready to tell her own story while "lifting" Houston's legacy.

“I wanted to lift her legacy, give her respect and share the story of who she was before the fame, and in that, to embrace our friendship,” she tells People. "I'd come to the point where I felt the need to stand up for our friendship. And I felt an urgency to stand up and share the woman behind the incredible talent."

A Song for You: My Life with Whitney Houston is expected to hit bookshelves this fall.

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Keke Wyatt Announces That She's Pregnant With Her Tenth Child

Keke Wyatt has news to share that concerns expanding her family tree. On Monday (Oct. 14), the "If Only You Knew" singer revealed that she's pregnant with her tenth child.

"My husband Zackariah Darring and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our new bundle of joy!" she wrote on Instagram. "We are excited to welcome the 10th addition to our beautiful family."

The vocalist continued to state that fans can follow her pregnancy journey on her YouTube series The Keke Show where she gives an intimate look at how she balances her career and motherhood.


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My husband Zackariah Darring and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our new bundle of joy! We are excited to welcome the 10th addition to our beautiful family. Stay tuned for the release date & information for my new YouTube Series “The Keke Show” where you will see me balancing Wife, Mommy and Artist!!! Trust me.. it’s never a dull moment with my family. Love ya sugars💋💋💋 photo credit: @keever_west Styled/Designed by: @keever_west Asst: @freddyoart

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In an interview with The Christian Post, Wyatt said she believes she has "an anointing with motherhood" and looks at her children as fuel to keep striving in her career.

"I just don't believe in shutting down. I believe in that's what the Lord had for me," she said. "Babies don't get in the way of careers, we get in the way of careers. If that's what the Lord had for me from the very beginning, there's nothing nobody can do and nobody can say."

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Summer Walker's Debut Album Inspires Drake To Write New Music

Summer Walker's debut album Over It has everyone's heart aflutter, including Drake.

Off the heels of her debut project, the Atlanta songstress shared Drake's admiration for her project Sunday (Oct. 6) which included collaborations from Jhene Aiko, Usher. 6LACK and Bryson Tiller. Drake had a strong reaction to "Fun Girl," a track that speaks to the acoustic aura of her precious project, CLEAR.

Sharing his love with more than a few emojis, the rapper reveals the song inspired him to pen two new songs at the crack of dawn.


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So I guess fun girl is his favorite song on the album, mines isss... BODY🥰 what’s yours ?

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Summer and Drake worked together for the remix to her breakout hit, "Girls Need Love." In Billboard's  “You Should Know” series, the singer says the two met via Instagram after he gushed about her visuals to the original track. "He said, 'I saw your video on a bowling alley monitor. Thought it was cool,'" she recalled. She added it was Love Renaissance's Justice Baiden who talked her into asking Drake for the remix. The singer is signed to the label along with Grammy-nominated singer 6LACK.

Things have been looking great for the singer. Her album has topped Spotify and YouTube since it's release Friday and is expected to make a nice debut on Billboard's 200 charts.

Get to know the men behind Love Renaissance in our feature, LVRN's Reebok Collaboration Showcases Atlanta's Influence In Fashion.


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