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Trina has new phone app and Joseline Hernandez lands another VH1 spin-off

Trina circa 2008
  • Trina has a new phone app via iTunes and it features up-to-date info on her busy touring schedule, up close and personal pictures with celebrities and fans, plus six new songs. Trina also remixed DJ Khaled's new song, "Free" complete with a video that features Trina on a yacht in abevy of revealing bathing suits. 
  • Joseline Hernandez of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" fame has landed herself yet another spin-off with VH1, this time documenting her pregnancy. Joseline revealed on the "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Reunion" that she was pregnant. Joseline has even posted videos of her growing belly as she works out. Stevie J is alleged to be the father of the baby but some feel Young Dro may be the father thanks to a few subtle hints he's posted on social media. Oh and will Joseline will be returning for season 6 of "Love & Hip Hop", the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess said "yes!" Will I be watching? Probably not. Me and my friend agreed that this was our last season of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta". It's way too much now. Funny thing is I wasn't even watching this season but one day I caught it on in marathon form and once again I got hooked to the ratchet behavior that is "Love & Hip Hop".
  • Chris Brown has full custody of his daughter and the baby mama is now being ordered to pay Chris Brown back. 
  • Cynthia Bailey was spotted at soon to be ex-husband, Peter Thomas' grand opening for his bar but many people were surprised to see her there. Does that mean her and Peter are rekindling their romance? I guess we will have to wait and see. While we're on the subject of "Real Housewives of Atlanta", they say Matt, Kenya's boyfriend showed up to the grand opening and allegedly called Kenya out after cancelling his ticket. There is word that someone was escorted out of the party and I'm thinking its Matt. 

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