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

“All the boys basically want me.”

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 week!

No Way! The Blast: Family of ‘Southern Charm’ Star Madison LeCroy Denies She Had an Affair with Alex Rodriguez 

BUSTED…Again! Starcasm: ‘Love After Lockup’ Star Clint Brady Arrested Again: See the Mugshot

NeNe Speaks! Reality Tea: NeNe Leakes Says Bravo Pays People Off, Wants Porsha Williams to Join Her Boycott of the Network 

Oopsie! Teen Mom Madness: ‘Teen Mom OG’ Star Mackenzie McKee Apologizes for Racially Insensitive Comment

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble! TMZ: Lamar Odom to Battle Aaron Carter in Upcoming Boxing Match

(Photo: Bravo) 

10 Responses

  1. Didn’t Aaron Carter just fight his wiener out of his zipper to jerk it on his “only fans”.
    Dudes career is on fire!

    stay lit

  2. If Mack was “fearful” of using the word black, then she had no business speaking on the subject, period. If it feels wrong to say, then it probably is, and it’s best to just shut up. I don’t think Mac’s a bad person, but I do think she’s an ignorant moron.

  3. I like Madison, but she needs to chill out with the jersey chasing of these retired athletes….one week it’s Jay Cutler, and literally the next it’s ARod. Giving off some major groupie vibes…

    1. Um… yeah actually. Because it’s an antiquated term associated with segregation. It’s no different than using the word “retard” for a person with intellectual disability. Try opening a book for once.

      1. It was used, was. Colored has been used by people of color, black people, african americans, whatever you want to call if in articles and with eachother, whatever. Randomly words become offensive because people make stuff up. Faggot means a bundle of sticks and retard means slow on arrival. Well I’m pretty effing retarded a lot of the times. It isn’t rude. It meand what it means. If aomeone isn’t using it to purposely offend someone they shouldn’t have to apologize.

        1. When someone tells you something is offensive, why do you feel the need to argue? Why dig your heels in deeper when someone else explains to you *why* it’s offensive?

          Why not just show a modicum of respect to your fellow humans and check yourself?

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