Ex BMF Wife Stars in WeTv Show “L.A. Hair”

Lisa Buford on L.A. Hair reality show

Lisa Buford appeared in Season 3 of the hit show “L.A. Hair” as herself, a celebrity barber. Prior to her entry into television, Lisa worked on Hollywood sets as a Lead Hair Department supervisor.

She also appeared as a cast member of “BMF Wives,” a reality based show centered around the wives of The Black Mafia Family drug organization. The show’s trailer gained a lot of steam in the internet streets but was never released.

I had the chance to speak with Lisa a few times & enjoyed cheering her on each week as she brought such a real ness to the show. She played no games, just like in real life!

I was excited when I spotted this clip of her debut entrance. She certainly came & left this show with a bang!

Defendant Sings “I’m Sorry” in Court

This video has been floating around social media for a while and it’s plum hysterical.

In the short clip from 2016, a man who appears in handcuffs and shackles uses his allotted time to address the court with a melodic song. It is unclear what offenses he is “sorry” for but he definitely seems sincere.

LOL!

I have no idea how those people sat around stone faced during this spectacle. The lawyer shuffling those papers is my favorite part.

No word on if the serenade worked in his favor, but I must admit, he does have a nice voice though!

Check it out!

Rapper Dave East Pays Homage to Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke & The Shower Posse

Rapper Dave East payed homage to Jamaica’s Shower Posse in his latest video for the release, “Unruly.”

In the video, which features reggae artist Popcaan, the Harlem-bred rapper goes to Kingston (Jamaica) & filmed scenes in Tivoli Gardens, home of Jamaica’s notorious crime don, Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.

Take the Poll: Verzuz Who’s Next?

Quarantine has brought many unexpected surprises including the now infamous #Verzuz battles on Instagram.

Old heads and young heads alike gather around to cheer on their favorite artist as we reminisce over hit after hit in each contender’s music catalogs.

My favorite battle so far? Babyface VS Teddy Riley — and now the Jeezy VS Gucci Mane match up.

The match up possibilities could be endless as there are tons of artists with tons of great music, but some artists should be made to battle. For the music, for the culture.

Take the poll below and let me know what Verzuz battle you would like to see next?

20/20 Covering Breonna Taylor Story — “Say Her Name”

Tune in this coming Friday, November 20, 2020 for an exclusive special on the Breonna Taylor case.

Photo Credit: Rolling Stone

NY TIMES — The death of Breonna Taylor, a Black medical worker who was shot and killed by Louisville police officers in March during a botched raid on her apartment, led to wide-scale demonstrations in the spring and summer as the case drew more attention.

As of today, none of the officers still have been convicted of her murder.