Bobby Brown's NEW Reality Show + Another "Basketball Wives" Friend Gets Lawsuit DISMISSED
Bobby Brown's not going to let his daughter Bobbi Kristina have all the reality show fun. He just landed his own show on BET. Deets inside, plus the other friend of the "Basketball Wives" who just got a case dismissed...
Bad Ass Bobby Brown is out of rehab (perhaps too early) and already back on tour. But he also just inked a deal with BET for his own reality docu-series, which will follow his family life and business ventures. Now that he's married again with a another kid, let's hope this doesn't go down the "Being Bobby Brown" route.
No title or premiere date yet, but we're sure this will be interesting.
In other reality show news, remember the friend of Shaunie O'Neal who appeared on some episodes of the "Basketball Wives" a few seasons ago, former Bourgeosie shoe boutique owner Rashidah Ali? And remember THIS CASE where she allegedly sliced a man's face with a box cutter...so he sued her for $10 mill?
Well it looks like Evelyn Lozada's bestie/Jen slapper Nia Crooks isn't the only one getting a case dismissed. It took over a year, but Rashidah's name has been cleared as well.
Last February, New York Greenhouse nightclub bouncer accused Rashidah of fighting and cutting him up after he had to carry her and her girls out of the club for severely drunken behavior. He was hospitalized with a huge gash, and later sued her for $10 million.
So this past Tuesday, a Manhattan Criminal Court judge ruled that Rashidah (who now calls herself a "celebrity shoe consultant" and is pictured above leaving the courthouse) is off the hook. Her case was "dismissed with no prejudice."
After the verdict, Ms. Ali tells TheYBF.com, "For the past year and a half, I've endured the backlash and ridicule due to this individual's false assault accusation against me. It is beyond disturbing to see that someone would consider ruining an innocent person's life for their own financial gain. This individual exposed his true intentions when he made a video uploaded to YouTube stating that he was "tryna get paid." Justice has been served today and I'd like to thank my parents, my forever friend Ed, my attorney Mr. Gotlin and everyone who genuinely stood behind me through this very difficult time. Today is a new day. Thank you."
So there you have it. So much drama at Greenhouse...