Longtime girlfriend of Southwest T – Tonesa Welch parties up Miami, sipping champagne with Rap/TV Mogul 50 Cent.
Check out this interview of Tonesa discussing the history and future of the Black Mafia Family.
In the interview, the former Mrs. Miller dismissed her ex husband’s accusations of drug abuse and admitted that the breakup has negatively affected her relationship with her children.
According to TMZ, she filed a lawsuit against her son Romeo for $67 million, in which she denies. [Catch that backstory here] She says she loves her children and is sorry that they got entangled into the nasty divorce from their father.
A former aspiring female rapper, she also reminisced about her days as a hip hop artist named, “Sonya C” and referred to herself as rap mogul who helped create No Limit records. She said she and “P” met and fell in love in high school. They were married 24 years.
She plans to release a book about her life as the “First Lady of No Limit” in the near future.
Check out the interview below and let me know what you think in the comments.
Love will make you do some crazy things.
According to NY Daily News –A former Miss Kentucky USA is accused of attempting to smuggle drugs to a man serving time in an Ohio prison.
When Kia Hampton walked into the Allen Correctional Institution back in May, officers had already gathered enough evidence to obtain a warrant for a cavity search after listening to series of recorded phone calls, the Courier-Journal reported.
Hampton, amid questioning from officers at the prison, reached into her pant leg and pushed a white balloon out onto the floor. Officers later determined she’d been attempting to smuggle about 2.82 grams of marijuana into the Allen County facility for inmate Jeremy Kelly, according to the newspaper.
The former beauty pageant contestant was arrested the same day and indicted earlier this month.
The 28-year-old faces one count of “illegal conveyance of drugs of abuse onto the grounds of a specified governmental facility.”
It’s a third-degree felony that comes with a three-year prison sentence.
Hampton in November 2010 was crowned Miss Kentucky USA at the age of 21. She was the first African American selected to represent Miss Kentucky in the Miss USA Pageant.
|Birth:||May 16, 1936
Los Angeles County
|Death:||Nov. 9, 1982
Los Angeles County
Wife of Las Vegas sports handicapper, Frank Rosenthal, their life story was the focus of a novel, Casino, by author Nicholas Pileggi, and in the subsequent 1995 movie by the same name; her movie role was played by actress Sharon Stone. Born Geraldine “Geri” McGee, she met Anthony Spilotro, the best friend of Frank Rosenthal, at a gambling convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where she began an affair with him. She made her living as a “chip girl” (a good looking woman who hustled gamblers for a chip or two in exchange for temporary companionship) and as a part time topless dancer and occasional prostitute, hanging around the high rolling gamblers in the casinos, where she would move from gambler to gambler. Frank Rosenthal was a brilliant Chicago bookie and odds maker who made millions for the mafia, and was then sent to Las Vegas to recruit the casinos there for organized crime. Rosenthal brought with him his childhood friend and mafia muscleman, Anthony Spilotro, who introduced him to Geri, and soon Frank and Geri were a couple. Frank Rosenthal would soon make the Stardust into one of the leading sports gambling centers in Las Vegas , but on October 4, 1982, an attempt was made on his life by placing a bomb underneath his car. While the bombing attempt failed to kill him, it did bring government and media attention to Frank’s activities. The government quickly gathered sufficient evidence on him to tie him to organized crime, and with that information, the Nevada Gaming Commission ordered Rosenthal to remain out of casinos for the rest of his life. In the meantime, Frank had married Geri and they had two children. To compound Frank’s problems, Geri had become an alcoholic and drug abuser, and was engaging in numerous affairs, including resuming the one with Frank’s best friend Tony Spilotro. Their activities read like a Hollywood movie script, which it ironically became after their deaths. Shortly after Geri’s death, rumors spoke of Frank having her murdered, and he spent up to $50,000 to have an autopsy performed, in which the coroner ruled that she died from an accidental drug overdose of cocaine, valium and whiskey. In spite of her numerous affairs and other problems, she was considered a loving mother to her children. (bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson)
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
Los Angeles County
Plot: Ramah I, Plot 1569
Maintained by: Find A Grave
Record added: Nov 11, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 18376
Wives of the newly released book, “Cartel Wives” speak out to denounce the former lifestyle in which their ex-husbands, who were twin brothers, allegedly made billions of dollars for the Sinaloa cartel — under the reign of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
The wives, who spoke exclusively to Fox News’ Catherine Herridge in full disguise, say they live in constant fear of retaliation by the cartel. The formerly kept women are now kept under witness protection as their husbands became federal informants for the US government in the highly publicized upcoming trial against Guzman for his alleged international drug crimes.
The trial is set to begin April of 2018.
The wives who have assumed the alias names of Mia and Olivia Flores, say they are deeply regretful for the lives that their ex-husbands led and they hope that by telling their stories it will help mend the devastation that the “cartel life” caused to communities and families.