[THIS HAPPENED] Whoopi Keeps It Real and K. Michelle Hits VH1

[THIS HAPPENED] Whoopi Keeps It Real and K. Michelle Hits VH1

Our weekly look at the highs and lows, stunts and shows from the week in pop culture

Michael Arceneaux

by Michael Arceneaux, April 18, 2013

[THIS HAPPENED] Whoopi Keeps It Real and K. Michelle Hits VH1

true. I don’t care! I don’t care! I don’t care!). However, Kelly’s got a new album coming out in June, and from the sounds of her first single, she’d make the most out of her summer twerking something on stage versus critiquing contestants on a show not many people watch. [Gossip On This]

La La Anthony is writing a book. On what you ask? According to the television personality and NBA wife: “The book is kind of about loving yourself from the inside out. The keys to being happy, happiness starting within you, like how to find that, and different things you can do in everyday life to find happiness and peace within you. To me, it all starts within you, and then everything else kind of radiates from there. The book comes out in January.” Okay, I’m not sure what it’s about, but I will say I bet it’s easier to find the peace within when you’re married to a handsome, multi-millionaire. Sell your rich lady Iyanla Vanzant musings, La. [Necole Bitchie]

After a very, very long delay, soul singer Teedra Moses has a new single out. Before you run to iTunes, check it out via her Soundcloud page. [Teedra Moses]

Coolio was arrested on April Fools’ Day over a heated argument with the mother of his son, Anabella Chatman, stemming over another woman he brought to the house they share. That reminds me: Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is back on Monday, y’all! In any event, Anabella says Coolio struck her with his car as he fled the scene. Coolio was subsequently charged with a misdemeanor count of battery constituting domestic violence. On that note, may he slide-slide-splitty-slide with back into oblivion. [Crunk + Disorderly]

Michael Arceneaux is a Houston-bred, Howard-educated writer and blogger. You can read more of his work on his site, The Cynical Ones. Follow him on Twitter: @youngsinick

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