Atlanta Daily World
The reportedly evicted Kenya Moore, of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" fame, has countersued her landlord, Conya Weems-Dillon, for wrongful eviction, slander and emotional distress in Fulton County civil court, TMZ reports.
According to the website, Moore claims she paid May and June rent and is emotionally distressed that her landlord comes into the house whenever she wants.
The lawsuit comes after Weems filed an eviction notice against Moore last week for failing to pay all of May's rent and going against several terms of her lease agreement. The reality star was allegedly short $848 from her $3,999 rent.
Moore has been renting a six-bedroom, six-bathroom home from Weems, which real estate website Trulia estimates to be worth $937,000.
We've just learned that rapper 2 Chainz was the victim of a robbery in California this weekend...and it all went down in broad daylight!
According to TMZ:
2 Chainz was robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight Sunday in San Francisco ... TMZ has learned ... and police say the rapper's entourage fled "like cockroaches" when it all went down.
A San Francisco PD sergeant tells TMZ ... cops responded to a shots-fired call just after 4:30 PM. We're told when they got to the scene, 2 Chainz wasn't cooperative ... saying he wanted to handle it himself.
Chainz told police his wallet was stolen and that's all that happened.
Police reviewed surveillance video ... which revealed Chainz was clearly the intended target.
We're told video also shows Chainz and 14 of his people all "ran away from the incident" like "cockroaches running from a flashlight."
Police are now searching for the assailants. Well damn! Broad daylight? Be safe outchea!
By Christina Coleman for Global Grind Staff
Actress Keisha Knight Pulliam and best-selling author Nikki Walton, a.k.a. Curly Nikki, were in Atlanta celebrating natural hair and "curl power" as Dark and Lovely unveiled its new Au Naturale Line.
The event included 300 of Atlanta's so-called curly girls who sampled hors d'oeuvres, sipped signature Bombay Sapphire cocktails and danced the night away at the celebration. Attendees also received curl consultations from the SoftSheen-Carson Style Squad at the curl stations and shared their curl stories throughout the night.
Pulliam, best known for her role as Rudy Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," said it was a pleasure to host the event in Atlanta because of everything it represented.
"The message behind Curl Power directly relates to the empowerment, self-esteem, and celebration of diversity I teach my girls at Kamp Kizzy," Pulliam said.
Kamp Kizzy is the actress's Atlanta nonprofit organization. The camp's stated goal is to bring girls together between the ages of 11-16 from all socioeconomic backgrounds to learn from each other through a variety of workshops that include performing arts, sensitivity and cultural diversity training, team building exercises, creative writing, etiquette and public speaking.
Atlanta notables Egypt Sherrod, Chanita Foster, Monyetta Shaw, Sister 2 Sister Editor in Chief, Jamie Foster Brown and Celebrity Stylist Olori Swank were in attendance to show support.
Throughout the evening, Dark and Lovely showcased live hair demos, product giveaways, as well hosted an Instagram contest where guests were invited to upload their photos using the hashtag #wearedarkandlovely and share their experience with Au Naturale.