By RODNEY HO/ email@example.com, originally filed Wednesday, August 3, 2016
Phaedra Parks said Drama's arrest over an alleged "bomb" threat was all a big misunderstanding cloaked in racial profiling.
Rapper Drama - real name Terence Cook - was arrested after he entered the wrong office and someone heard him say he was going to bomb the place. She told TMZ that he was coming by to give her his new CD, which he called "the bomb." It was so hot, he said, the CD was "going to blow up." Someone misconstrued what he said and called the cops.
He is being held in prison without bail for allegedly making terroristic threats. Parks is finding him a criminal lawyer, the TMZ story said.
Minus the cops and arrest, this sounds like a really stupid episode of "Three's Company." (And yes, I just dated myself with that reference!)
Mashable, with help from Bravo, hired some child actors to re-enact a famous scene from "Real Housewives of Atlanta" where Kenya Moore twirls away from a dispute saying "Gone With the Wind Fabulous."
The moment happened early after Kenya's arrival on the show season 5 in 2012. Kenya later turned that phrase into a song.
Apparently, there will be more re-enactments to come.
Kenya, trying to stay with her boyfriend Matt Jordan, convinced him to come over and talk it out. But she forgot to tell him "Real Housewives of Atlanta" cameras were there. He posted his displeasure on Instagram before deleting it.
This is the same woman who convinced an ex Walter Jackson to "play" her boyfriend season five.
Kandi Burruss will be at the Macy's at Lenox Square on Saturday to promote two new acts of hers. Spend a few bucks and get a shot to meet her in person.
Here's the info in the press release:
WHO/WHAT: Bring back 90’s fashion and get ready for the fall at our back to school shopping party! Get back, throwback with free 90’s-inspired beauty makeovers, styling tips and fashion must-haves, and raise the roof to our DJ’s old school beats. Enjoy sweet treats, strike a pose in the photo booth and more exciting surprises!
Meet Kandi Burruss and enjoy performances by two of her groups – urban pop superstars LOUD and R&B sensations Glamour, hosted by QT Jazz. The first 200 customers to spend $35 or more in the mstylelab department will get wristband access to meet LOUD and Glamour and take a photo with them, plus receive a great gift!
Also, visit our handbag department and donate your gently used handbag to the Kandi Cares Foundation to receive an additional 20% off your new handbag. Some exclusions apply. Details and RSVP at www.backtoschoollenox2016.eventbrite.com.
MORE: Kandi Cares is dedicated to providing education, empowerment and enrichment to the lives of single parents, and children who are the product of single parent homes.
WHEN: Saturday, August 6, 2016, 2-4 PM
WHERE: Macy’s Lenox Square
3393 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30326