Keyshia Cole, the Manns, and Nelly & Miss Jackson Pick Up Reality Shows on BET

Keyshia Cole (and all the lovely family drama she brings) is making a long-awaited comeback to reality TV. The Oakland songstress just snagged her third series on BET, where everything from her music career to motherhood and her crumbling marriage with her skripper-loving husband Daniel “Boobie” Gibson will be explored. (Popcorn please!) Nelly and his new boo Miss Jackson (no, not “if you’re nasty,” but Floyd Mayweather’s ex-fiancé) also scooped a few episodes on the network. And Tyler Perry’s beloved stars, David and Tamela Mann, will also join the BET roster with a family-based show featuring their lives as entertainment mavericks as well. (If they’re bringing the same kind of foolery from Meet the Browns, then this should be good!)

Read it at The Hollywood Reporter.

Gucci Mane to Release Eight More Projects Before 2015

Apparently, Gucci Mane is locked up in one of America’s most prestigious prisons, equipped with luxuries of the outside world like all-day Internet access and a recording studio. The Gooch recently announced via Twitter that he’ll be dropping eight more projects before the end of 2014, including a collaborative album with Chief Keef. And if that isn’t enough iciness for these free-roaming rappers, Big Gucci also revealed he’ll be coming home a year early in 2015. (Burr!)

Read it at Vibe.

Drake Costs the Raptors a $25K Fine

Drake may be making the Toronto Raptors a lot of gwap as their new marketing ambassador, but the Canadian crooner just cost the team a nice chunk of cheese for trying to seduce soon-to-be free agent Kevin Durant to play for the Raptors during one of his shows at his OVO Fest last week. “You know, my brother Kevin Durant was kind enough to come to the show tonight and watch us. I just want him to see what would happen if he came to play in Toronto. Let him know what would happen,” said the rap star, as the crowd broke into a “K.D.” chant. Now his little red devils are being hit with a $25K fine for violating the NBA’s anti-tampering rules. Poor Drake, he just doesn’t know how to control those emotions.

Read it at ESPN.