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.

Fantasia
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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The video stars the rap duo, Yung Miami and J.T., the latter who is currently serving a two-year sentence in Tallahassee. The visual directed by Gabriel "Video God" Hart, features the two rap divas sporting their iced out Quality Control chains rapping in the streets of what appears to be Miami. Both Yung Miami and J.T. are donning the same outfits, distressed jean shorts-underwear, a cropped Miami jersey with a white turtleneck underneath and the classic Timberland boots.

City Girls are showing exactly what they're made of as they rap about "living life so careless," and "h**s [being] so mad it's evident" with an entourage of women behind them. The short clip is full of fun-filled energy as the hot rappers bounce from location to location. Whether they're in a hotel room sipping on some Hennessy, in a store copping a couple of things, they still manage to get their bars off.

The visual is a good representation of what fans can expect from the rap duo, even more so if they see them in concert. Most recently Yung Miami performed the girls' big hit, "Act Up" at Rolling Loud with the help of Lil' Yachty, their co-collaborator on the song. Next up for Yung Miami is the Hot 97 Summer Jam on June 2 at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Make sure to check out their music video above and stream Period in celebration of its one-year anniversary.

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Blac Chyna attends the BET Hip Hop Awards 2017 at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater on October 6, 2017 in Miami Beach, Florida
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Blac Chyna Named As Suspect In Assault Against Hair Stylist

Well, this isn't the best way to celebrate your birthday.

Blac Chyna has reportedly got in trouble with the law again after a confrontation with her hair stylist. TMZ reports the Chyna and the employee who hasn't been unidentified, were at Chyna's home in San Fernando Valley, Calif. when they got into an argument over payment.

The police report alleges after the hair stylist attempted to collect her check from Chyna, the 31-year-old pulled out a knife. The hair dressed left and reportedly threw soda cans at Chyna's car. A source shared with the outlet that Chyna didn't have a weapon on her person but there were cans thrown at her car.

Because Chyna's six-year-old son King was present, there's a chance the L.A. County Dept. of Children and Family Services will get involved for a possible welfare check.

Chyna hasn't addressed the incident but will more than likely still have a nice birthday.

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Queen Naija Responds To Backlash For Going Public About Plastic Surgery

Queen Najia's decision to be blunt about her plastic surgery was met with backlash when she was accused of normalizing the procedure for young women.

The singer-songwriter who is known for her bold personality and power vocals shared the video titled, "Revealing My New Body | One Week Post Op Tummy Tuck + BBL (Brazillian Buttlift)" on YouTube Friday (May 10). In a previous video, Naija vlogged her plans to get a tummy tuck while heading to the Billboard Music Awards where she was nominated for Top R&B Female Artist.

The singer previously went under the knife after the birth of her first child in 2017, leading to a case of bad fibrosis. "I'm really really happy about the results," she said. "I basically got a tummy tuck and I got my hernia repaired around my belly navel, it would puff out because of my loose skin. I had really really bad fibrosis from the smart lipo I got two years ago."

In her recap video, the singer seemed to be visibly happy with the results and additional unplanned surgery for the Brazilian Buttlift. "I'm just really really happy. I feel more confident with my body and being a mom with two kids and having two c-sections, and all the stuff going on with myself, I'm really happy," she said Friday. "I will not be getting any more surgery. I won't turn into one of those girls who gets lip fat added and all this stuff. I'm not touching my face. As yall know I got eye fillers and I'm never doing that again."

But her joy was quickly met with criticism after The Shade Room picked up a portion of the video on their Instagram page. Naija responded in jest. "Now if I would have kept it a secret, like a lot of other women who’ve had surgery.. everyone would have saying “Liar, did you get surgery, why you hiding it?” she said.  Lol, I tell the truth & it’s still an issue. Hilarious. Imma take my new booty and hide in a ditch."

 

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#QueenNaija stepped into #TheShadeRoom to say she’s keeping it real about her surgery, period. 👀👀 (SWIPE)

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The "Medicine" singer has been open with her journey to building her self-esteem and has shared why she decided to try surgery. "I do love myself but at the same time, you have to make your self happy," she said in 2017. "You don't have to look in the mirror and see what I see. At the end of the say, I'm the one who has to put up with my self-esteem. I tried to diet and workout but I didn't see any results in my stomach area [because of c-section]."

The topic of surgical enhancement with women of color has been a controversial topic, with many women dying for trying under the table procedures. Standards of beauty have continuously changed with social media and influencers holding relevance over the youth but the singer hasn't promoted the option to go under the knife to her fans.

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