‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ villain turned fan-favourite Kenya Moore was nowhere to be seen when production on the show’s eleventh season began in Miami, Florida this week.

Worrying, as it’s given fans good reason to believe that she really has been fired from the hit series.


Welcome to Retro Rewind, the original TGJ feature carved out to honour entertainment’s brilliant history.

Today, we’ve decided to switch things up a little by opting to revisit a TV show or movie so that we can shed fresh light on the epic video game that was ‘The Urbz: Sims in the City.’

Built to pull music lovers in The Sims universe, the game saw players tasked with making it big in a city powered by the sounds of The Black Eyed Peas and an exciting crew of characters they had to woo, wow and impress to make it to the top!

Ready to revisit?

Meet us below for seven hours worth of gameplay!


After conquering Pop culture on the wings of Spotify streams Cardi B is on course to faring just as well in Hollywood.

Good news below…


Gloria Govan of ‘Basketball Wives’ family has accused her ex-husband Matt Barnes of beating her up during their volatile marriage. (more…)

Destiny’s Child and Lupita Nyong’o in the same project?

It’s a possibility.

An exciting report below…


Cardi B has big dreams and is signing big deals to make them come true.


After witnessing their network peers of ’13 Reasons Why’ renewed for season 3, cast and production of ‘Dear White People’ can now rejoice as Netflix has finally renewed the dramedy for its third season.

Season 2 of the series – which starred the likes of  Logan Browning, Brandon P. Bell, Antoinette Robinson, and Deron Horton, – made its return with critics lauding the series for its eagerness to instigate meaningfully conversations.

Details inside…

Tiffany Haddish appears to be just what the doctor ordered for MTV as the channel has had a heavily documented number of viewership mishaps since its late 2016 rebranding.

With the revamp of its annual Movie Awards, christened the ‘TV & Movie Awards’ as of 2017, the former music channel enlisted the help of the ‘Girls Trip’ star to assist with breathing new life into the franchise.  The investment proved lucrative.

Haddish, the first African American female host of the shindig, not only brought the funny but also brought the ratings with this year’s showing (which aired June 18th).  Details inside:


Despite a commendable start at the onset of its inaugural season (click here to read more), the return of NBC’s ‘Marlon’ (which aired June 14) is appearing to be starting on a different track.

Before its episodes 3 and 4 aired tonight, reports began surfacing the show – starring ‘A Haunted House’ stars Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins – came back to notably lower ratings  (less than half) than its season 1 premiere last August.

Details inside:



Kim Kardashian is tired of the general public’s refusal to give Donald Trump a chance!

Her feelings below…


Jesse Williams has been ordered to support his family with $50,000 a month after a judge learned he earned over $500,000 a month during his tumultuous custody battle.

Full story below…


Michael B. Jordan returns for another round of action in ‘Creed 2.’

Set for a Thanksgiving launch, the sequel to the 2015 ‘Rocky’ spin-off sees Adonis Creed (Jordan) battle to defeat the son of Ivan Drago, the powerful athlete who killed his father in the ring more than 30 years earlier.

Sylvester Stallone returns in an acting and writing capacity, while Ryan Coogler (who directed the franchise’s first outing) now serves as executive producer. His director seat, which he vacated due to commitments with global smash ‘Black Panther,’ is now occupied by Steven Caple Jr.

With the original flick being a critical and commercial success (grossing a huge $173.6 million at the box office from a $40 million budget), all eyes are on whether the follow-up can deliver.

The first trailer is here and brings with it a convincing hint of an answer…


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