It’s been over a week since Blac Chyna fought Alexis Skyy, and she may want to rethink challenging Alexis to Round 2.
Alexis got into a fight with Lezhae Lowder. Both women are Fetty Wap’s baby mamas.
Things escalated when Lezhae allegedly pulled a knife and, as you’ll see in this video, things did not go her way.
Alexis Skyy gave birth to Alaiya Grace just over a year ago.
Alaiya, Fetty Wap’s daughter, was both premature and had to spend 100 days in the NICU.
Lezhae Lowder has two children with the rapper and Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star.
Her daughter Zaviera was born in March of 2015; and her son, Aydin, was born in March of 2018.
Yes, you did the math correctly — Aydin and Alaiya were born just two months apart.
Clearly, the two mothers struggle with getting along.
TMZ reports that Lezhae was arrested after she pulled a knife on Alexis.
But that’s not how things started.
Apparently, Alexis and her entourage were partying at a New Jersey bar … one where Lezhae just happens to work.
Lezhae allegedly tried to fight Alexis during that, which is … a choice.
She reportedly threw a bottle at Alexis’ car as the other woman was leaving.
Unfortunately, it did not end there.
According to the initial report (and yes, there is a new, conflicting report), Lezhae tracked down Alexis.
Alexis and her pals had stopped by a White Castle (yes, really) in Patterson, New Jersey.
This, TMZ reports, is where Lezhae allegedly caught up to Alexis and wanted to finish her would-be fight from earlier.
When Lezhae rolled up at White Castle and (reportedly) began throwing more bottles, Alexis’ friends exited their own vehicle.
This is when Lezhae allegedly brandished a knife.
Though Lezhae appeared to receive a bit of a beat-down in the ensuing fight, Alexis is said to have stayed out of it.
The newer, conflicting report from sources close to Lezhae tells a different version of events.
Lezhae’s side says that she didn’t follow Alexis there, but that both baby mamas just happened to have the same taste in late night meals.
(To be fair, they do appear to have similar taste in men)
Lezhae says that she feared for her safety when Alexis’ companions jumped out of their car, which is why she brandished the knife.
In the ensuing fight, she says, she was hit by multiple men but insists that she didn’t threaten or harm anyone with the knife.
TMZ has confirmed that Lezhae’s arrest was for disorderly conduct, not for the knife or the fight.
Apparently, she continued to yell at Alexis’ faction even after the arrival of law enforcement officials.
If police aren’t sure of who the guilty party is, they either arrest everyone or the person who appears to be the bigger a-hole in the scenario.
When you’re yelling your head off at people in front of police, they may assume that you are the instigator.
This is a bit of a mess, right?
These women are both adults and, more significantly, they’re both moms.
In fact, their young children are all siblings.
Whatever went down — whether you believe Alexis, Lezhae, or neither — should not have happened.
We’re just relieved that nobody died.
Leida Margaretha may have been the most hated cast member of her 90 Day Fiance season, which is quite the accomplishment.
During the Tell All Part 2, Leida’s conflict with Eric Rosenbrook’s daughter took center stage.
But now her former sister-in-law has come forward to accuse Leida of a brutal violent attack.
Leida Margaretha has a young son, Alessandro, from a previous relationship.
Alessandro’s father is a man named Daniel, and Daniel’s sister is a woman named Amelia.
(Amelia is still Alessandro’s aunt)
She says that Leida’s toxic behavior began long, long before she ever became a reality star.
Amelia went on social media and claimed that Leida attacked her when they were still sisters-in-law.
And Leida was apparently being investigated by the police for this particular attack.
To no one’s surprise, this apparently began with an argument between Leida and Daniel.
After the bickering, Leida wanted Amelia to return with her to her parents’ house — but Amelia did not want to.
“The next morning she was mad at me and destroy all me belongings,” Amelia says.
She explains that Leida felt entitled to do so “because she thinks all my belongings is belong to her.”
Amelia accuses Leida of stealing money from her and of threatening to ruin Daniel’s business, financed by her wealthy family, if they broke up.
Beware, folks, because this is where the details turn violent.
Amelia says that Leida has “anger issues” that drove her to track Amelia down when she was staying at her aunt’s house.
She says that Leida arrived uninvited and was “screaming because I talk back to her.”
Leida was allegedly “really madâ€� and â€œhit me and punch me in my face and my head at the same time.”
Amelia also says that Leida kicked her during this encounter.
She notes that, during the assault, Leida allegedly shouted “you should die!!”
Obviously, a physical attack is the sort of thing where police get involved.
Amelia says that she did press charges — initially.
But Leida allegedly went to great lengths to “manipulate me to drop the case,” Amelia says.
And, eventually, it worked.
Amelia blames herself for dropping the charges, lamenting that she was “stupid and innocent.”
There are a lot of violent, manipulative people in this world. It is never the victim’s fault.
Amelia had much more to say about Leida, including accusing her of using expensive gifts to “blackmail” her own friends.
At times, she would allegedly give someone a gift and then threaten to take it back if they displeased her.
Amelia also says that Leida would surprise people with gifts, like a concert ticket to see Katy Perry, and later claim that the person begged for it.
That also sounds nasty and toxic … and there’s more.
Amelia says that Leida had very specifically banged on her door, screamed at her, and invaded her privacy over having a “messy room.”
Does this sound familiar to anyone else? It should.
Messiness was Leida’s exact issue with Eric’s teenage daughter, Tasha, whom she forced out of her own home.
Leida’s own castmates were horrified and shocked by Leida’s treatment of Tasha.
The only thing worse to them, some of whom are parents themselves, was the way that Eric seemed to accept Leida’s behavior.
He admitted that he knew that Leida had called his own daughter a “bitch.” He didn’t seem to care.
He also caved to Leida’s emotional blackmail and banned his own daughter from her apartment.
As of the Tell All’s filming, he and Tasha have no relationship, and he sounds perfectly happy with that.
Maybe he and Leida deserve each other.
Eric has seen these accusations against Leida — taking aim at Soap Dirt for covering these same social media posts.
He then tells them their business, insisting that they should hear both sides if they wish to be taken seriously.
Our take is that Eric is the last person to lecture people on taking people seriously.
Also, Soap Dirt and other outlets are just reporting Amelia’s accusations, the same as we are.
If Eric wants to share Leida’s side of the alleged violent attack, he is free to do that.
90 Day Fiance Season Six’s most controversial couple just got a lot more serious.
Late Thursday night, Larissa Lima shared a number of scary photos and videos, featuring her face smeared with what appears to be blood.
She claimed that the wounds were inflicted by her husband, Colt Johnson.
Below, we have details on how she says that their argument began, and how it escalated into an allegedly violent confrontation.
You can even see the stunning video where Larissa, having fled her house, frantically tells her followers what happened.
This is extremely serious.
1. Larissa shared this scary image
2. Larissa shared a little more
3. That looks so painful
4. Larissa says that Colt tormented her deliberately
5. Emergency services arrived
6. Many of these photos come from John Yates
Last week, Ellen DeGeneres shocked viewers by defending Kevin Hart after he was fired from hosting the Oscars over his past homophobic comments.
Other members of the LGBTQ community pointed out why that was not okay, especially in light of Hart having apparently never apologized.
Now, Hart is addressing his past words and said those very important words: “I apologize.”
In Hart’s old stand up, he had told a story of knocking both his son and his son’s friend down when they were dancing on each other.
He had also vowed to hit his son over the head with a dollhouse if he caught him playing with one, combining homophobia and child-abuse for his “jokes.”
Many people have made regrettable jokes.
The bigger issue for many people was that there is no record of him ever having actually apologized, but simply acted as if he had.
Now, Kevin has done just that — and he’s saying a lot more than I’m sorry.
Speaking on his SiriusXM radio show,Â Straight to the Hart, the would-be Oscars host claims that he has apologized before.
Hart says that the alleged apologies that he has made in the past were “chopped up” when reported.
“I will say this, and I want to make this very clear,” Hart tells his listeners.
“Once again, Kevin Hart apologizes for his remarks that hurt members of the LGBTQ community,” he says, referring to himself in the third person.
Then, in the first person, Hart affirms: “I apologize.”
That’s great! If he’d done that as soon as the Oscars gig was announced, he’d probably be prepping to host.
“Here is how it starts off,â€� Hart began to explain.
â€œâ€˜I want to say that I have no problem with gay people,” he claims. “I donâ€™t have a homophobic bone in my body.”
“I want you to be happy, be gay, be happy.â€™ And then,” he continues. “I say as a heterosexual male, if I can do something to stop my sonâ€¦ thatâ€™s where the joke starts!”
“The only clip that I have seen all over the media,” Hart says. “Is the one where I go, â€˜Stop! Thatâ€™s gay.â€™”
Part of the reason that his joke struck a nerve with so many people is that there are plenty of people who are fine with gay people in theory or with gay friends.
Unfortunately, sometimes those people are much less accepting of their own family members being gay, bi, or trans.
“These werenâ€™t words that I said to gay individuals,” Hart continues, addressing his past use of a homophobic slur.
“I didnâ€™t say these words to people,” he clarifies. “At the time, this was our dumb asses on Twitter going back and forth with each other.”
“We thought it was okay to talk like that,” he explains. “Because thatâ€™s how we talked to one another. In that, you go, f—-! This is wrong now.”
It was also wrong then. Slurs are bad, and people have known that they wer bad since long, long before Twitter was invented.
“Now weâ€™re in a space where Iâ€™m around people of the LGBTQ community, and Iâ€™m now aware of how these words make them feel,” Hart admits.
He says: “and why they say â€˜That s–t hurt because of what Iâ€™ve been through.'”
One of the reason that slurs are so awful is that they are often paired with acts of intimidation or violence.
“So then we say, â€˜Hey, man, as a group, letâ€™s erase this s–t,â€™â€� Hart says.
â€œâ€˜Hey, letâ€™s not do this,” he continues. “We donâ€™t post this s–t on social media.â€™”
“If the fight from the LGBTQ community is equality, thatâ€™s the fight,â€� Hart affirms.
(The use of the word if there is really, really weird)
â€œThe fight is the will and want for equality. Iâ€™m riding with you guys,” he states. “I understand you.”
“But in the fight for equality, that means that there has to be an acceptance for change,” Hart points out.
He is absolutely right.
“If you donâ€™t want to accept people for their change, then where are you trying to get to the equal part?” he asks.
Hart continues, asking: “Where does the equality part come in?”
“I think that in the times that weâ€™re living in, we have to be understanding and accepting of people and change,” he concludes.
That is certainly true, though there are good arguments for scrutiny when a change seems either extremely recent … or possibly disingenuous.
Hart’s jokes about homophobic child-abuse in the past came up again because of his appearance on Ellen last week.
Hart claimed at the time that he had “talked about this, this isnâ€™t new. Iâ€™ve addressed it.”
Though he had addressed those jokes, no one could find any actual record of him apologizing.
As Don Lemon pointed out in a very solid takedown, CNN couldn’t find a solid apology. This week’s appears to be the first on record.
“Kevin, if anything, this is the time to hear other people out, to understand why they might have been offended,” Lemon said on his broadcast.
“And I donâ€™t see any meaningful outreach to the LGBT community,” Lemon added. “Not that I know of.”
Don Lemon had also pointed out that child abuse brought on by a child’s sexuality — perceived or otherwise — and a parent’s homophobia is no joke.
It’s a real thing.
There are elements of this conversation that Don Lemon, who is both gay and black, was ideally suited to discuss.
It’s good to remember that Ellen, while a prominent member of the LGBTQ community, is not some sort of faction leader.
She can make mistakes and she does not get to issue decrees or pardons on behalf of millions of Americans.
That said, it is wonderful that this discourse has resulted in Kevin Hart delivering a real, audible, explicit apology.