Strippers Are Coming To The Small Screen

Image via Facebook | Ace of Diamonds LA
Image via Facebook | Ace of Diamonds LA

By: William Lawson

Move over Real Housewives, Basketball Wives, WAGS, and Love and Hip Hop! Ace of Diamonds LA (AOD) is coming to TV.

According to TMZ, the notorious strip club is getting its own reality show. The strip club is very popular, entertaining the likes of Amber Rose, Blac Chyna, Rick Ross‘ lady Lira Galore, former Love and Hip Hop Hollywood star Masika, Lil Wayne, former America’s Next Top Model contestant Don Benjamin etc. The list is extremely long and features the elite of the urban world.

TMZ reported that the show is in the early stages and is set to show the life on and off the pole for the America’s top strippers. The show is set to incorporate some of the big name rappers who are regulars at the club. The show will feature the epic Monday night parties (#AODMondays) where the strip club flies in top strippers from around the country.

The producers are still choosing talent for the show (dancers) so it may be some time before the show hits the air. Will you be watching?


Gallery of #AODMonday headliners:

Image via Baller Alert
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Lil’ Wayne Is A Prisoner Of His Label

[Credit: Hollywood Life]
[Credit: Hollywood Life]
By Sydney B.

Another Cash Money artist wanting OUT!

In a shocking number of tweets, Lil’ Wayne confirmed that his album won’t be delivered on its expected release date, claiming that Baby, who Wayne calls his Dad”, and Cash Money are refusing to release it.

Weezy took his frustrations to Twitter where he called himself a prisoner of his parent label, Cash Money. He went on to say he no longer wants to be affiliated with the Cash Money family.

“I don’t blame ya if ya fed up for waiting for me with this album,” he says as he apologizes to fans.

After his tangent of tweets we probably won’t be getting Tha Carter V anytime soon.

Soon after seeing Tunechi’s tweets, Pusha T took advantage of the opportunity and responded to Wayne’s frustration. After posting a picture of the lyrics from his song “Exodus 23:1”, which questions Wayne’s contract with Cash Money, Pusha even invited Weezy to join G.O.O.D. Music.

Check out the tweets below:

[Credit: Twitter @LilTunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @LilTunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]
 

[Credit: Twitter: @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter: @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]
[Credit: Twitter @Liltunechi]

Is Tyga Not A Drake Fan?

[Credit: The Boom Box]
[Credit: The Boom Box]
Young Money rapper Tyga had a little more to talk about than just his new album.

In a recent interview with Vibe, the “Faded” rapper expressed his frustrations with not being able to release his forthcoming album The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty. Tyga then went on to talk about his disinterest in a few members within the Young Money Family, in particular, Drake and Nicki Minaj.

He revealed that he was forced to like them because they’re on the same label. Well, it’s clear to see that Tyga doesn’t conform to fake friendships even if it is for the look of the business.

“Yeah, I’m tryna’ go independent. I don’t really get along with Drake. I don’t really get along with Nicki,” Tyga says. “I don’t like Drake as a person. He’s just fake to me. I like his music; you know what I’m saying? I think his music is good, but we’re all different people. We were forced together and it was kinda’ like we were forcing relationships together. It is what it is.”

He’s attached to Young Money solely for Lil’Wayne!

“At the end of the day the reason why I signed to Young Money is because of Wayne. Not because of Drake, not because of Nicki. It was because of Wayne and my relationship with him,” he states.  “I try to be cool with everybody, but sometimes, everybody just has different personalities, motives, and different characters. When you realize that, you realize that’s not a place where you want to continue to grow.”

With Tyga having yet to hit his sales goal, despite “Rack City’s” quadruple platinum certification, it’s understandable to see why he cares to leave Young Money. His third album, Hotel California, was a total flop and it’s time for a change, especially if he wants to gain the attention that he’s been craving from fans.

Do you feel that its best that Tyga becomes an independent artist?