Coincidently — and this is exclusive TEA from my real estate spy — Parks is out shopping for a multi-million dollar mansion. As I told you previously, Bravo Network is doing some house cleaning and bringing in fresh new faces for season 9 of . I hear Parks, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, and Kenya Moore are desperate and will do anything to hold onto their peaches.But producers are reportedly drawing up pink slips for two of them!Race politics can be complicated and bi-racial stars often find themselves on one side of the Hollywood divide.Unsurprisingly, for the stars in this list that side tends to be the white one, with most people not even realizing these actors, actresses, and public personas are in fact mixed — and for all intents and purposes, black.As you know, Stanton and Nida were partners in crime when Nida was busted on federal racketeering charges and sent up the river.Parks married the ex-con when he was released from prison in 2009. Basically, both ladies are winners; Stanton can tell her story without fear of being sued; and Phaedra can keep denying it ever happened.But here is the twist: after the judge granted Parks’ motion for dismissal, Phaedra dropped her defamation lawsuit against Stanton with prejudice.Meaning Parks is barred from ever going after Stanton in court if Stanton continues to accuse Parks of knowingly participating in her husband Apollo Nida’s criminal enterprise.
PM on a Wednesday Dee introduces The Gang to her new boyfriend—an up-and-coming rapper named Lil' Kevin.
Dennis protests and reminds all of them that there isn't a single person in the pub with any musical ability whatsoever.
Frank, however, is quick to point out that nobody needs musical ability to make it as rock stars in the current world.
This episode is one of the quintessential episodes of Always Sunny.
The storyline with Kevin the rapper isn't the best Always Sunny side-story, but an A- isn't a bad thing.