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9 Male Celebs Who Need to Put A Ring On It

There’s an unwritten rule that all male celebs follow: Act like a bachelor when in public—especially towards female fans. But at some point, men should grow up and give their girlfriends a ring that symbolizes promises. Not that we're pressuring these fellas (okay, maybe a little), but these male celebs have been dating/engaged to their partners for way too long. A wedding is long overdue for these loyal ladies who have been patiently waiting for their (wedding) ring. Click through to see who needs to man up and get married already. —Terry Carter


John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
John Legend has the voice of an angel and Chrissy has the body of a goddess—this pair is a match made in heaven. We’re not sure what's taking Mr. Legend forever to walk down the aisle and begin their holy matrimony.
Lil wayne and Dhea Sodana

Lil Wayne and Dhea Sodana

With his recent health scares and talk of retirement, you would think this rap star would be planning for his future. Why not tie the knot and make things official? You can do it Weezy.

Fabolous and Emily B

Fabolous and Emily B.

We all watched how Fabolous and Emily B's relationship played out—or didn't play out—on Love & Hip-Hop. Fab didn’t want to be viewed as a family man, but from their Instagram photos and several interviews, we can clearly see that Fab is smitten by Emily. Time for Fab to put his pride aside and make things official with the mother of his adorable son.
Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union

Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle Union has it all: Money, a career, and a supportive man. We don't know what's making Wade drag his feet on this one, but with two championship rings on his finger, it would be nice if he would give Gabby a ring of her own.
Ne-yo and Monyetta Shaw

Ne-Yo and Monyetta Shaw

In 2010, Fans were shocked to learn that Ne-Yo had a baby on the way. Ne-Yo introduced the world to his best friend Monyetta and since then the couple have gotten engaged. Ne-Yo says Monyetta is in no rush to get married, but we're sure that's his wedding jitters doing the talking.
ludacris and Eudoxie

Ludacris and Eudoxie

Ludacris claimed he had "hoes in different area codes" but his days of being a bachelor are long behind since he’s been dating his longtime girlfriend Eudoxie. All we know about her is that she's from Africa and she's working on her Masters Degree at medical school. A gorgeous lady with a smart head on her shoulders, check. Luda better wife that up!

David Otunga with jennifer hudson

David Otunga and Jennifer Hudson

Seriously, are these two ever going to get married? After all they've been through, the murder of Jennifer's family and the birth of their first child, it's time to get out of the wrestling ring and say “I do!”

Floyd Mayweather and Shantel Jackson

Floyd Mayweather and Shantel Jackson

Pretty boy Floyd could have any girl he wants, and according to him he isn't about to give that up. But we think he should let the groupies go and show his gratitude to the woman that's willing to put up with his boxing champ lifestyle.

pharrell and Helen Lasichanh

Pharrell and Helen Lasichanh

Although he may look forever young, he ain't getting any younger. The 40-year-old skateboard P has been dating Helen Lasichanh for quite some time now—the engaged couple even has a child together. Pharrell could take a cue from one of his hit songs and “stop frontin.'” Put a ring on it!

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Ava DuVernay And Theaster Gates To Lead Diversity Council For Prada

Major luxury brands like Prada and Gucci have been under fire since releasing luxury items with racial undertones. Sparking controversy that is not easily repaired with public apologies, Prada has announced a Diversity and Inclusion Council lead by director Ava DuVernay and social practice installation artist Theaster Gates.

Gates and DuVernay, who have used their art in social justice missions will join " Prada’s initiative to elevate voices of color within the company and the fashion industry at-large.” The pair will also help the brand provide the opportunity for designers of color to obtain internships and apprenticeships that are inclusive of diverse communities.

In a statement to WWD, Miuccia Prada, Prada’s Chief Executive Officer, and Lead Creative Director stated explained the brand's willingness to learn from their own mistakes while actively including creative of color in the company.

“Prada is committed to cultivating, recruiting and retaining diverse talent to contribute to all departments of the company, Prada said. "In addition to amplifying voices of color within the industry, we will help ensure that the fashion world is reflective of the world in which we live, and we are thrilled to be working with long-time collaborators, Ava DuVernay and Theaster Gates, on this important initiative. We look forward to working with the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council to help us grow not only as a company but also as individuals.”

The Diversity Council will work alongside the company's Social Responsibility department to recommend strategic approaches within the next few months.


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Solitary Alignment: 5 Self-Affirming Reads For Single Ladies On Valentine’s Day

Ahh, the Feast of Saint Valentine—the Hallmark holiday that strikes us with its arrow each year, for better or for worse, depending on your bae status. While the romantic holiday is adored and celebrated by many, if you’re still reeling over, say, your ex’s refusal to commit, chances are Feb. 14 is more of a heartache for you than anything.

But as a wise woman once said, “If they liked it then they should’ve put a ring on it.” So whether V-Day has you scared of lonely or sulking over a lost love, as another wise woman once said, they “would be SUPER lucky to even set eyes on you this Valentine’s Day. That’s it. That’s the gift.” Shout out to The Slumflower.

Sure, having a bae on Valentine’s Day is cool, but so is reminding yourself why you’re just fine without one (cue Webbie’s “Independent”). In fact, single folks have better relationships overall, according to the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. You know how the old adage goes: love yourself before loving someone else.

For this Valentine’s Day, VIBE Vixen rounds up a nourishing list of books for our sisters doin’ it for themselves. Consider this your reminder of how badass you are—because you are! Oh, oh, oh. *Beyoncé voice*

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It’s game night at Bryson’s crib and at this point, you have to wonder if he’s playing himself. Clubs ain’t for everybody, especially Bryson who would much rather spend a Friday night shouting out clues to his boo Simone. Judging by her uncanny ability to keep it real in episode one, it should be pretty obvious that Simone hates playing games, but we digress.

The ladies arrive after a walk and talk of d**k appointments and the gentlemen’s faces are beaming with schoolboy joy. The friend zone portal Bryson always finds himself in opens up even wider when new dudes come to join in on the fun. Simone’s excitement to “meet new people” has Bryson feeling so jealous that he damn near blows steam when an almondy young man accidentally bumps into her. Its official: Bryson’s insecurity level has reached a 10.

As Tara reluctantly Insastories the night’s dull festivities, Ari gives his homie Bryson the cold, hard truth: Simone does not want his a**. Out on the balcony, Crystal and David (RJ Walker) have a moment; the two clearly have history. A shared beer and a couple of laughs reveal that David is an aspiring preacher, begging us to wonder if that’s why little Creflo’s relationship with Crystal didn’t last. The newly invited pizza guy, Shawn, makes his crush on Simone crystal clear and Bryson. Loses. His. Sh*t. Damn, we heard the friend zone was a cold place but we never thought it was that brick. Simone and her new eye candy rendezvous en route to and from the bathroom where Shawn makes a very forward ask to keep Simone company in her bed.  We’re not even going to hold you all, Simone was out; my mans didn’t even have to ask her twice. Le sigh. Poor Bryson. He just keeps taking L after L.

Okay, so remember kitchen bae who bumped into Simone making Bryson get all Mighty Mouse? Well, the gag is, his eyes are just for Ari (Leland B. Martin) and the two make their exit for a steamy hot tub sesh. Bryson feels stupid now, but at least someone is getting a happy ending.  Confused as to why the love of his life doesn’t view him the same, Bryson looks to pastor David for some well-needed reaffirmations. Repeat after me: Everything happens in God’s timing. A spirit of prayer, a childhood photo, and spin of Ahmad’s “Back In The Day” is just what Bryson needs to finally feel the relief he was yearning for all night.

This season of BET’s Boomerang looks like it will be filled with bomb hairstyles, plenty of passion, and some “aww sh*****t” moments.

Tune in to Boomerang on BET every Tuesday at 10/9c to see if this nice guy will ever finish first.

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