Bishop Clarence McClendon, Bishop Noel Jones, Controversy, Reality Television, Religion

Meet the preachers of LA!

And they’re coming to a reality T.V. near you!

The new docu-series Preachers of L.A. on Oxygen Network is bringing a different approach to evangelism by using social media and broadcast media to deliver their messages of salvation and prosperity. However many are questioning these preachers and Bishops intent and labeling them greedy in the name of the Lord! Making a profit from reality television on what they do for a living?

Bishop Clarence McClendon even quoting Jay Z in his message above to defend their stance and sell his point.

The preachers, Bishop Noel Jones, minister Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Jay Haizlip, Pastor Wayne Chaney and Bishop Ron Gibson’s reality show will air next Wednesday, Oct. 9 and will give you a glimpse into the lives of six mega-pastors from Los Angeles.

Preachers of L.A. will explore the human side of these ambitious and very powerful men of faith.

Check your local broadcast channels for time and listings.


On The Next Episode Of Love & Hip Hop

In the next episode of VH1′s reality TV series ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Jim Jones’ rides home with a new car and fiancée, Chrissy Lampkin, 40, goes off on him for purchasing a new ride when she’s still waiting on him to give her a ring.

“There’s a foreign car in my driveway! What is it doing here?,” Chrissy snaps at him.

Chrissy kill Jim’s new car buzz as soon as he rolls into the driveway, telling him “I don’t want to see this car. I want it out of my driveway.” When he offers to park it around the corner she tells him “And that’s where I’ll have your mail sent.”

According to our source, this scene is just the tip of the iceberg — this episode is quite possibly the most explosive one yet, trust us when we say that you’re not going to be able to tear yourself away from the screen on Monday. Tune in at 8 p.m. ET/PT to see what we mean.



The Season Premiere of “Love & Hip Hop”

Last night’s season premiere of VH1′s reality show ‘Love & Hip Hop’ was everything it was all hyped up to be.

The action begins when rapper Juelz Santana’s baby mama, Kimbella Vanderhee (pictured above), unwisely confides in Emily (Fabolous’ baby mama) that she dated Fab three years ago. Emily quickly does the math in her head and comes to the conclusion that she was pregnant with Fabo’s son when he was laying up with Kimbella. Well Krissy didn’t take that too well.

So up steps Chrissy Lampkin (in the blue dress), rapper Jim Jones’ very outspoken fiancée, who is personally offended by Kimbella’s confession.

“You have no regard for what this girl has been through. I just thought it was just mean,” Chrissy said of Kimbella before she commences to whooping her ass and drags her across the floor, leaving a trail of lacefront pieces on the carpet.

In the real world, Chrissy Lampkin’s tacky ass would have been brought up on charges for this all out assault on Kimbella. But this is reality TV where contracts stipulate that these girls must get paid extra for their ghetto behavior.


“Kim K Is A Narcissists Who Wanted The Weddings, Not Marriage”

Tabloids and news media outlets alike, are all abuzz and saying Kim Kardashian’s narcissism is the primary cause and demise of her 72-day marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries.

According to psychotherapists and divorce coach Micki McWade, who is quoted in a recent article as saying, “Narcissists lack self-esteem and live in an internal world, one that they can attract another person or victim, in order to form a relationship around them because they can read other people and manipulate them.”

Narcissists want weddings, not marriage, according to McWade. Second only to addiction, narcissism is the ultimate relationship killer and a significant factor in many of the divorce cases she has witnessed. McWade compared the narcissist to a parasite, who drains her partner emotionally and financially.

Parents have an unfortunate tendency to create narcissists, by forcing their children to become what their parents want in order to receive love, according to McWade, who added that people should never become engaged before a year of dating.

Female narcissists are successful at attracting gullible partners like Kris Humphries, because they have little interest in a man’s attractiveness. The narcissist concerns herself more with his social status and his money. She can dump him quickly because she has zero empathy or feelings for him.

In Kim Kardashian’s case, the wedding was 100% about her. From the outrageous price of the wedding ring ($2 million) to the over-the-top wedding expenses, every detail was designed to bring attention to Kim and her reality show.

Even the filing of the divorce documents was planned to coincide with the launch of her handbag line in Australia yesterday. And now Kim’s mother is aiding in damage control because she’s hearing the backlash Kim is getting after filing for divorce; when she’s the mama, manager and pimp of their family’s multimillion dollar empire. 


“President Barack Obama Is Not A Fan Of The HO-Dashians”

Did I say the HO-Dashians? Oh I meant the Kardashians.

We might live in a Kardashian nation, but President Barack Obama (like me) isn’t a fan of reality Television’s slutty family!

Michelle and the President don’t like Sasha, 10, and Malia, 13, keeping up with Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian. Thank God the President of these United States “has raised a standard of living” with his young daughters.

The Kardashian clan in my opinion, does not set a positive example for young women; nor are they role models in today’s troubled society.

Unlike a lot of parents today, the Obama’s are not allowing reality television to dictate to their girls. They regulate how much Television their daughters watch and what they’re allowed to see. Michelle and Barack are interested in how their girls are influenced and the lessons they learn in the long run. 

If only we had more parents in 2011 who patterned after the first lady and Presidents standards and expectations of who they allow to influence their children; we’d raise a real “standard of living” in this country.