Kristina Houston has finally marry her man Nick Gordon. It has not been clear when or where they got marry. Kristina broadcast on Twitter the other night of the major event. Hey maybe they decided it was best just to elope and not deal with the drama of the Houston Family. If you can remember it was Kristina grandmother that send her a open letter to leave Nick alone well I guess we all can say that letter went out of the door. Congratulations to the marry the couple. Kristina I really hope you had Nick sign a Prenup if this is true.
TMZ Sports has obtained the birth certificate for Dwyane Wade’s brand new son … which shows the kid’s name is Xavier Zachariah Wade … and he was only born last month. Of course, Wade recently acknowledged that he had a kid with a woman who isn’t his fiance Gabrielle Union. Now, we know the kid was born in Los Angeles on Nov. 10 2013 … just 6 weeks before Wade popped the question to Gabrielle, who he’s been dating since 2009. According to the birth certificate, Wade’s baby mama is 30-year-old Aja Metoyer. The details of their relationship are basically unknown, except the obvious fact they have a kid together. Aja has two other children. Metoyer did not list Wade as the father on the birth certificate, but she did give the child Dwyane’s last name. Sources connected to the situation tell us … Dwyane has been making a serious effort to be a part of the child’s life and has visited Xavier several times since his birth. Most recently, Dwayne visited his son while he was in L.A. to play the Lakers on Christmas Day.
This will get messy and more messier. Meet Aja Metoyer the newest babymomma to Dwayne Wade and Babymomma to Damon Wayan Jr.
That’s right Aja Metoyer has a kid also with Damon Wayan Jr. To honest with you I kinda feel sorry for this chick. I hope she play her cards right and never cross Dwayne Wade because we all know how he is quick to go to court to filed for full custody for his kids.
Meet Xavier Zachariah Wade. Well atleast his hand. Aja sister has posted a picture of the baby hand. Guess they are going the Kimye route only showing parts of the baby because we all know how Dwayne Wade Fans and the media can be. Hope they have done a DNA test.
This song is from Tamar christmas album. Seriously this song should had been on her regular album Love and War.
This song speak on so many volumes. How many times have females been through this same situation loving a man. Thinking he going to be loyal to you while he show unspoken promises and not keeping to his word about making the relationship good an happy.
You find out that he has another chick that he is spending time with along with having kids that he has never spoken of or told you about. You happen to be out with your friend and see the devastation of horror that your man is with another woman.
Not only do you see them but you put your big panties and just walk away.
On her life away from the cameras: “I love what I do so much, but I love my [personal] life more. And I realized throughout the years of being in this business that the only way to maintain some kind of sanity is to protect that which is most dear to you, which is your life and everyone that’s in it. [It] provides a sanity that gives me the ability to be insane by playing other people and living in other bodies for a long period of time, and then coming back home and knowing that my roots are so grounded that it’s easy for me to go back to being myself. The only way I can continue having that is by absolutely avoiding the questions that are asked.” On her work in “Nina”: “It’s one of the scariest projects I’ve ever been involved with because it was about an iconic figure, and there were so many political [issues] around it from the beginning, but I really wanted it to be a love song to Nina Simone and I wanted it to just come from a place of absolute love. I can’t stop to think about who thinks me to be black enough or not black enough. I know who I am. I like who I am. And I’m not going to explain who I am. I’ve always been like that—I was raised to be that way.” On her move to the Dominican Republic: “It was culture shock at first. Kids are going to poke at whatever is foreign to them, and here we come: these three girls speaking English. We’re also very intelligent and kind of sassy, and we were going to a very prestigious private school and we were one of the least fortunate families. Kids tend to be a little cruel to what they don’t know. But even though throughout those years we kind of suffered because we got bullied, as soon as we left we just became these forces. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and it was not going to kill us, trust me!”