Weekend Link-a-Polooza! Other Reality TV News From Around the Web

Well Juh-nelle…

The Ashley does her best to bring you all the latest news on reality TV shows and their stars. The Roundup can’t cover every reality TV show and event, though, so here’s a listing of some reality TV stories that haven’t been covered by The Ashley this weekend!

Parenting Fail! In Touch Weekly: ‘Teen Mom’ Star Jenelle Evans Slammed for Allowing Kids to Wear Hats with Sexual Messages

Scott Rants! Starcasm: ‘Love After Lockup’ Star Scott Davey Accuses His Girlfriend of Extortion, Theft & More in Online Rant

Unhappy ‘Hills’ Stars! Page Six: Cast of ‘The Hills: New Beginnings’ Angry Because Producers Want to Extend Filming Three More Months

WTF?! Reality Tea: ‘Housewives’ Star NeNe Leakes Thinks Her Husband Gregg Got Cancer as “Karma” For Cheating on Her

Good Idea! Us Weekly: ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Ariana Madix Says James Kennedy is in Need of Therapy

(Photo: MTV) 


6 Responses

  1. Well, Jenelle allowed David to post a photo of Kaiser reaching into his diaper (remember this shit?!) so it’s not really surprising…

  2. I can never open Radar links on my phone (http error 403), does someone have an alternative website for this hat news?

  3. Is that restaurant even kid-friendly? Instead of putting kid insults on the hats (bed wetting, nose picking….etc), the employees put sexualized messages on the kid’s hats too. Is that normal, or was it just an employee who went a little over the line? Regardless, Jenelle couldn’t have asked them to put something more kid friendly for them on the hats? I’m happy Maryssa and Jace don’t understand the adult jokes, that means they have some innocence left!

    1. This restaurant reminds me of pretty popular local joint on the Riverwalk in Texas – Dick’s. They did similar things with paper hats, and if you ordered and said something like, “add cheese” – they’d respond with, “Yeah, I’ll think about it”. Personally I never understood the appeal of paying a lot of money for burgers and a staff that treats you like crap, but my parents totally thought that was cool to take me and my teenage sisters too. *Spoiler Alert* it was not fun for me. But that was the 90s, everyone let a lot more stuff fly then or there wasn’t the interwebs to start an outrage

      1. Yeah I immediately thought about this place, the one in Vegas the staff shout abuse to people who walk by even kids so I wouldn’t be surprised they would write this on kids hats.

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