Still getting use to this show being on Sundays now. Here is the preview for this weekend’s episode….
Malik (Hosea Chanchez) asks his publicist to set him up on a date with Serena Williams. Things go well between them until Serena mistreats one of Malik’s friends at a party. He considers breaking up with her, but Tasha (Wendy Raquel Robinson) asks Malik to hold off since she is trying to sign Serena as a client.
At Serena’s request, Tasha takes her to a Sunbeams meeting, where Serena is rude to everyone, causing Tasha to decide she no longer wants Serena as a client. However, Malik has decided he wants to continue dating Serena.
Malik schools Derwin (Pooch Hall) on the kind of girl he should be dating now that he’s a football star.
Meanwhile, Kelly (Brittany Daniel) sets Melanie (Tia Mowry) up on a date with a celebrity.
Coby Bell also stars.
Salim Akil directed the episode written by Kenny Smith.
“I’m conceited I gotta a reason.” Yeah jail makes you real conceited wish I were in your shoes….
Grammy nominated rapper Remy Ma awaited her fate in Manhattan’s Criminal Court today (Mar. 27) as jury deliberations came to an end with a guilty ruling. SOHH was on the scene as the verdict was handed down.
Remy Ma and her lawyer Ivan Fisher seemed in good spirits as they entered the court earlier this afternoon. While waiting for the jury to announce the verdict, Remy appeared comfortable and relaxed as she conversed with her defense team.
The trial began at noon. As the diverse jury, consisting of many cultures and ages, read their verdict, Remy placed her head on the table in shock. She was found guilty on four charges, including assault in the first degree, criminal possession of a weapon anmd coercion. She was not charged with gang assault, witness intintimidation or witness tampering from a seperate incident.
Remy was then cuffed and escorted out of the court. As the door closed, she could be heard crying out, “Oh my God.” A female officer rushed to calm her down.
Remy’s brother hollered out, “This is bullsh*t,” as the verdict was being read. The judge ordered him to be escorted out of the court room. Remy’s stylist cried.
“We are very disappointed with the jury’s verdict,” Fisher told SOHH. Remy wasn’t ready for this. We plan to appeal all of the assault related charges.”
Makeda Barnes-Joseph and her supporters celebrated upon hearing the verdict, while Barnes-Joseph’s mother cried tears of joy.
“This is wonderful,” the plaintiff’s mother reacted to the guilty verdict. “God is good. There is no secret to what God can do. He reveals everything.”
Judge Rena K. Uvillier denied a request by Remy’s lawyer, to allow her time at home before being sentenced.
“Remy didn’t expect this,” Fisher continued. “She didn’t tell her 8-year-old son, who she left this morning [she would not be returning home].”
“They all lied,” Remy’s brother told SOHH in an outrage outside of the Manhattan court building. “They lied to the police and they lied on the stand,” he added as he told a reporter to stop snapping photos.
NEW YORK, March 26 /PRNewswire/ — 28 million votes and counting! A nation of devoted fans has emerged since last Thursday’s airing of MTV’s “Randy Jackson Presents: America’s Best Dance Crew” to voice their support for the last two crews standing – JabbaWockeeZ and Status Quo. It will be the ultimate dance-off as the crews’ battle in the LIVE season finale Thursday, March 27th at 10pm ET/(tape delayed PT). Fans can view this season’s crew performances and cast their votes for the final two crews via text messaging, phone and online at http://dancecrew.mtv.com. Polls are open now through Thursday, March 27th at 9:00pm ET.
From Thursday 3/20 to date, over 28 million votes have been cast via phone, text messaging and the Web with over 9 million votes for the final two crews in the first 24-hours of polling! “Dance Crew” content alone on MTV.com has also generated over 1 million streams in just the first 24-hours after last week’s episode. In addition to its recent success, over the last seven weeks “Randy Jackson Presents: America’s Best Dance Crew” has been the top rated telecast in Thursday primetime (8-11p) among P12-34 across all of cable and is the highest rated new MTV series among P12-34 for 2008-to-date. The show has also seen consistent week-to-week digital growth since its season premiere and has remained MTV.com’s top show since its debut, averaging +26% growth weekly for its show pages.
Competing in this Thursday’s live finale and driving viewers support through the roof are Boston’s Status Quo and the JabbaWockeeZ (I think they are going to win) of San Diego. Giving B-boy flavor a Beantown twist, Status Quo has become known for flips, stunts and for infusing their routines with humor. Masked and making moves on the dance floor that would make professionals jealous, the JabbaWockeeZ are known for their innovative choreography and group movement. Both crews have overcome incredible personal odds, competed against some of the top dance talent in the country and remain top contenders to dance their way to the $100,000 cash prize and the title of America’s Best Dance Crew.
The exciting finale will also welcome back and showcase the performances of all crews from the entire season – Enigma (Tampa, FL), ICONic (Englishtown, NJ), Breaksk8 (Kokomo, IN), Fysh & Chicks (Los Angeles, CA), Live In Color (Miami, FL), Femme 5 (Chicago, IL) and Kaba Modern (Orange County, CA).