Sunday, September 16, 2007


Um, who died and left Vivica Fox in charge of telling people who and who not to date? Especially when she can't keep a man her damn self. Maybe she's speaking from experience, because during the 2007 BET Awards back in June, the actress had the gall to tell Pussycat Dolls member Melody Thornton--who was once rumored to be dating Bow Wow--to not date rappers. What?! Thornton replied, 'And I won't ever.' What?! Girl, bye! Weren't you just spotted hand-in-hand with lil dude just last month while strolling the streets of Los Angeles all willy-nilly and whatnot?

Anyhoo, Vivica continued her mini-lecture by explaining to the singer that there are some good rappers out there (wait a minute. What's a 'good rapper'? And whose considered one?) but you have to just take your time and get to know them. Hmph! This coming from the same woman whose rapper boyfriend of about 5 minutes obtained a restraining order to keep her [Lynn Whitfield's character from A Thin Line Between Love & Hate movie] off his property and then broke up with her over the radio while she was out of the country. This was just a widely spread rumor although his camp confirmed it while her camp denied it.

In related news, BOLO (be on the look out) for Three Can Play that Game (produced by Fox) which is the sequel to Two Can Play that Game. Fox will reprise the role of Shante Smith, a relationship expert who uses her knowledge of the male psyche to help women get what they want. Morris Chestnut, Terry J. Vaughn (Lovita Alize Jenkins Robinson from The Steve Harvey Show) plays the best friend to the ladies whose relationships are being repaired by Fox's love doctor character, Jaszmin Lewis (The Barbershop 1 & 2), Jason Winston George (The Barbershop and Eve), Kellita Smith (Wanda from The Bernie Mac Show), video vixen Melyssa Ford and Chris Rock's brother, Tony (Dirk Black from All of Us), who plays that dude who swears on everything he own that he knows all there is to know when it comes to women and relationships, also star in this romantic comedy sequel.

And the synopsis alone tells me that this movie will go straight to DVD. Two Can Play that Game earned $22 million at the box office in 2001. Let's just hope that she doesn't get the urge to produce sequels to her other movies like Juwanna Mann and Kingdom Come.


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