Written by Jas Fly
Wednesday night belonged to Emily B as Pynk Magazine ,OR-G Liqueur and The Alisa Maria Collection held a toast in her honor at NYC restaurant and lounge Veranda.
Emily was all smiles as a select group of journalists, influencers, as well as singers Bridget Kelly and Teairra Mari sipped signature cocktails, and dined on delicious French fare.
Of course we weren’t there just for the basmati rice, so as soon as the toast was finished, we pulled Emily aside and got some answers to the questions we’ve been wondering for a while. During our brief chat, she revealed that her and rapper Fabolous have already shot a pilot for a family based reality show and she shut down speculation that the two are back together.
You just wrapped season 2 of Love & Hip Hop, but there doesn’t seem to be much love happening right now.
You know, that’s my biggest problem with the show. It really only shows the negative in our relationships. I realize that it’s from my point of view but then the show paints Fab as this bad guy. They never mention all of the positive things he does. Fab does a LOT of community work, he has a non-profit and he’s a wonderful father.
Do you think that’s one of the main reasons he refused to participate in the show?
No. Actually Fab didn’t want to do the show because he felt like he wouldn’t have any equity in it. He feels like he’s at a place in his career where he should have some ownership in everything that he does. That was the main reason why he won’t do it.