Teairra Mari Trolls 50 Cent With “I Ain’t Got It” Diss Track & Asks Him to Do a Verse So She Can Come Up With the $30K She Owes Him

You’d be forgiven if you said the names Teairra Mari and 50 Cent made you think more of a “Greatest Hits from the 2000s” tour than anything about two relevant public figures in 2019.

But Instagram beef is its own currency in celebrity these days, and while Teairra Mari and 50 Cent haven’t seen a Billboard chart in years, their social currency is hotter than ever thanks to their current beef.

For those who might be confused as to why Teairra Mari, a one-time Roc-a-fella Records R&B artist, and 50 Cent, a one-time dominant Shady/Aftermath rapper, could ever get into it, it all has to do with that nauseating sex tape stunt Teairra pulled last year.

Her ex-boyfriend, Akbar, is apparently good friends with 50 Cent, and as he allegedly “leaked” the tape, 50 Cent jumped in on the fun and shared imagery from the tape too. Teairra decided to sue both Akbar and 50 since the two were friends and she believed they were scheming against her.

But in January 2019, Teairra’s case went bust as the judge dismissed 50 Cent from the suit and awarded him $30,000 in attorney fees.

For several months now, 50 and Teairra have gone back and forth, antagonizing one another over the $30k she owes him. Teairra’s line has been: “I Ain’t Got It,” as evidenced by this t-shirt she had made.

Apparently, this isn’t just a shirt though, it’s also an anthem. And Teairra just upped the ante by releasing a JAM of a diss track called, you guessed it, “I Ain’t Got It.”

The hook is catchy as all hell and Teairra’s broke girl anthem is an earworm:

“Oh you think you gettin’, I ain’t got it / Oh you think you gettin’, I ain’t got it,” Teairra sings. “Oh you think you gettin’ now, oh you think you gettin’ now / Oh you think you gettin’, I ain’t got it.”

As if the diss track ain’t enough, Teairra took her antics to the next level by following 50 Cent on Instagram and asking him to jump on the track:

“Hey @50cent hit me ASAP I need you on this Feature..not dropping it till I get your verse I got you…But #IAintGotit”

So far, Curtis has yet to respond, but just stay tuned. Because you know he won’t let Teairra’s clapback go unanswered for too long.

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Kodak Black (Sort of) Apologizes to Lauren London: “I’m Sorry if I Disrespected You, But I Didn’t”

Kodak Black doesn’t feel like he disrespected Lauren London by saying he would give her a year of “crying and sh*t” over her boyfriend Nipsey Hussle’s murder before hollering at her, but he’s apologizing anyway.

Over the weekend, Kodak made a series of insensitive comments about London grieving Hussle on his Instagram Live.

“Lauren London that baby, though. She about to be out here single,” Kodak said. “She’s finna be a whole widow out here. I’ll be the best man I can be for her. I’ll give her a whole year. She might need a whole year to be crying and sh*t for him.”

He continued: “I ain’t trying to shoot [my shot] at her. I’m saying, listen. She can do two, three years. I’ll try to be like a friend if you need to holla or a shoulder to lean on. She can call my line.”

Needless to say, folks were pissed at Kodak for making such comments not even a week after Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed.

Even rappers T.I. and The Game called Kodak out for his blatant disrespect.

“Hey, Kodak Black … You outta pocket, ni**a. Fix that sh*t … quickly, expeditiously, ni**ga,” T.I. said in an Instagram video. “If ain’t nobody else gonna say it, I done said it, and if I see you, I’ma say it to your face… You outta pocket, ni**a. Get your motherf**kin’ self together.”

The Game said in his own video:  “This sh*t go for Kodak Black and any other ni**a disrespecting my ni**a Nip name, his legacy, his family. Ni**a, keep my ni**a name out your f**kin’ mouth, ni**a. Keep his girl’s name out your f**kin’ mouth, ni**a. The f**k wrong with you ni**as? No respect having ass ni**as. This new generation, y’all f**ked up in the head, ni**a.”

The Game continued: “Stop disrespecting my ni**a’s name man, this sh*t for real! My ni**a died out here in these f**kin’ streets, ni**a! For doing the right motherf**kin’ thing, doing good for f**kin’ people! And the first thing ni**as wanna do after his untimely demise is disrespect his f**kin’ name?! Nah, ni**a, I ain’t going for that!”

Following the backlash, Kodak first responded with little to no remorse, saying he didn’t “give a f**k” about what T.I. had to say.

“Man, listen. I said what I said. Y’all tryin’ to misconstrue what I said … I don’t give fu**k what y’all talkin’ about,” he said. “T.I., man, I don’t care. I’m in Georgia right now.”

“Hell yeah, I said what I said,” he reacted on another IG live video. “What the f**k? Y’all expect her to be single forever? I said I’ll give her a year to grieve and cry. Hell yeah, she a bad bitch.”

Kodak eventually had a change of heart, and offered a semi-apology to London, even though he still doesn’t think he did anything wrong.

“If I disrespected you, Lauren London, in any shape or form, I’m sorry, even though I didn’t,” he said in another IG Live video. “And rest in peace to dude. Y’all already know what I said. I said dude encouraged me to do sh*t for the community. My bad, to them two, but anyhow… For all you other people trying to fake act like you little boying me on the internet or checking me on the internet, that’s how you wanna feel. Wherever y’all see me at, if that’s how you feel, that’s how you feel. Don’t try to little boy me on the internet.”

He continued: “But for all you other people trying to fake act like you lil boying me on the internet or checking me on the internet, that’s how y’all wanna feel … Wherever y’all see me at, if that’s how y’all feel, that’s how y’all feel. Don’t try to little boy me on the internet.”

Kodak concluded: “If I disrespected Lauren London in any way, even though I know I didn’t, my bad.”

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Things We Saw Today: We’re Getting a Third Walking Dead Series For Some Unknown Reason

Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead

As ratings plummet and controversy abounds around The Walking Dead franchise, the AMC giant has announced that there will be a third Walking Dead series. While the premise will center around two young female protagonists and the first post-zombie generation, I cannot find it in me to be excited for the series.

The series, which will come from Scott Gimple (now the chief content officer for the franchise) and TWD producer Matt Negrete, is just the next decision in a long line of ways to make TWD exist beyond what made the series interesting and compelling in those first few seasons. While I dropped the show after season three, I remember how the first two seasons were addictive in their intimate horror.

The series has always been at its best when it’s about characters. However, we’re nine seasons in and the same problems keep arising. There’s a villain, the gang has to defeat them, and then there’s temporary peace until the next villain arises. At some point, the cycle has to break and the story has to end. It doesn’t help that a serialized drama shouldn’t run more than six seasons (seven, if you’re The West Wing); this show has shambled past the sell-by date.

Now, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has moved onto Rick Grimes TV movies, and Carol (Melissa McBride) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) are getting movie and spin-off clauses in their contracts too. At some point, the show has to die and not come back. This would make sense if this was at the height of TWD‘s popularity, but nine years in, it seems like AMC grasping at straws for remnants of their once great flagship shows. To quote another buzzy drama, it seems that what is dead will never die.

(via the LA Times, image: AMC)

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Another Monday, another wild news cycle. What caught your eye today, Suevians?

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Captain Marvel Takes the Lead in First Official Avengers: Endgame Clip

In the first official clip released from Avengers: Endgame, the Avengers are working on a new plan, and Captain Marvel is confident of the role she’ll play in it.

We see Natasha Romanoff, Bruce Banner, Rhodey Rhodes, Carol Danvers, Steve Rogers, and Thor at the Avengers compound. Natasha is studying an  interactive map and sees some indication that “He”—Thanos, we presume—”used the Stones again.”

Bruce seems to take this as a suggestion they should go after him, and he errs on the side of caution, telling Natasha, “Hey, hey, hey, we’d be going in short-handed.” Rhodey points out that Thanos has “still got” the Stones. I wonder if the use of Stones here instead of Gauntlet is important at all? Has the Gauntlet ceased working after the effort of performing the Snap, but Thanos can still use the individual Stones? Just a thought. Maybe they don’t know it’s called the Infinity Gauntlet in this world.

Carol Danvers says, “So let’s get them. Use them to bring everyone back.”

Just like that?

“Yeah,” agrees Steve Rogers. “Just like that.” Honestly, I am here for Carol and Steve being on the same ready-for-anything and all-too-self-sacrificing page. I want them to be Captain pals.

“If we do this, how are we gonna know it’s gonna end any differently than it did before?” Bruce points out.

“Because before you didn’t have me,” says Carol with utmost confidence. It is so rare and so wonderful to see a female superhero be able to assert without batting an eyelash that she’s now the difference between victory and defeat. If this line rubbed you the wrong way, ask yourself why, and whether you’d feel the same way if it was, say, Thor delivering it with the same perfect certainty and initiative.

“Hey, new girl,” Rhodey begins, “everyone in this room is about that superhero life. And if you don’t mind my asking where the hell have you been all this time?”

“There are a lot of other planets in the universe,” Carol returns. “And unfortunately, they didn’t have you guys.” Now we know what she’s been up to since the ’90s!

That’s when Thor, who appears to be brooding, eating, and day-drinking in the corner, content to watch the proceedings, gets up and tests Carol’s mettle as we saw in the trailer before, summoning Stormbreaker—presumably to see if she’ll flinch. She passes with flying colors and they’re now best friends forever.

While we’ve seen bits from this scene before, this is the first time it’s been released all together like this. I’m going to assume that this is a relatively early attempt at getting the Stones from Thanos (if they go through with it here), since Natasha’s hair is still blonde (my barometer for telling where we are in this film). Going by this I’ll also assume that the attempt fails, but hey, at least everyone’s getting to know each other better.

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Why Can’t They Give Julianna Margulies More Money to Appear on The Good Fight?

Julianna Margulies, star of The Good Wife, in the first season poster for the series.

The Good Wife was one of CBS’s flagship dramas for seven years, and star Julianna Margulies won two Best Actress in a Drama Emmys for her leading role. However, despite her performance leading the show to success and inspiring the spinoff The Good Fight, CBS does not want to pay Margulies what she deserves to make a guest appearance on the spinoff of her own show; the network only offered her the usual guest-star fee for a three-episode arc.

“I’m not a guest star,” Margulies said at a recent Deadline event, as reported by IndieWire. “I started the whole thing with The Good Wife. I wanted to be paid my worth and stand up for equal pay. If Jon Hamm came back for a Mad Men spinoff or Kiefer Sutherland wanted to do a 24 spinoff, they would be paid.”

Margulies added, “To be perfectly honest, I was shocked. I was more surprised than hurt. I thought, what are you worth? If you are worthless, if you are not valued for your work, then what’s the point?”

Good Fight co-creator Robert King originally said that the storyline was scrapped because it would pit Margulies’s Alicia against Christine Baranski’s Diane; the two were former coworkers and friends. Margulies is now saying she’s ruled out future guest appearances on the show, though she insists she’s a fan. This is disappointing news for fans of The Good Wife and of Alicia and Margulies’s performance.

She’s right; if Jon Hamm showed up on a Mad Men spin-off, or if Bryan Cranston chose to appear on Better Call Saul, they would get paid some serious dough for their return. Margulies is an Emmy-winning actress who was the title character of The Good Wife. Why wouldn’t she get paid more for a major appearance in the series that her series inspired?

The pay gap in the television and film industry is still striking, with actresses being underpaid and disrespected in comparison to their male costars. If white leading actresses with multiple awards under their belts cannot receive equal pay or higher pay, then what does that say for actresses of color or those who don’t have the same privileges?

CBS was wrong to try to underpay Margulies, and I’m glad she’s speaking out about it. This behavior deserves to be called out, and actresses deserve more than to just suffer in silence or turn down roles quietly without any backlash against the men who are underpaying them. I hope more women feel empowered to speak up, and that, rather than face consequences, we see the pay gap being bridged in our lifetimes.

(via IndieWire, image: CBS)

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Killing Eve Renewed for a Third Season Just One Day After Its Stellar Season 2 Premiere

Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh attend the premiere of BBC America and AMC's 'Killing Eve'

Less than a day after the second season of Killing Eve premiered on BBC America, the network announced that a third season has officially been greenlit.

Season three will continue the show’s trend of bringing in a new showrunner, all of whom have been, and will continue to be, women. After season one, the show’s creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge left to work on other projects (including a much overdue second season of her other brilliant show Fleabag), passing the torch to Emerald Fennell. (She’s still listed as an executive producer, though.)

If we were worried the show would drop off in quality after her departure, Sunday’s premiere proved we have nothing to worry about. (Spoilers for season one and brief discussion of season two, episode one ahead.)

This season picked up exactly where season one left off, with Eve having stabbed the Villanelle, who, as usual, has managed to defy death and escape. So right off the bat, the tension and the stakes are as high as ever. And just as in season one, that tension is mixed with humor in such a way that only makes your stomach twist tighter. Villanelle is stuck rolling around a hospital in children’s pajamas while Eve is working through a full-on breakdown by engaging window salesmen in lengthy phone conversations.

It would all be hilarious if the whole show weren’t constantly teetering on the edge of catastrophic danger.

With her first episode, Fennell proved she understands these characters well enough to keep plumbing their depths and pushing their limits.

So who’s taking over for season three? That would be Fear the Walking Dead’s Suzanne Heathcote. “I’m very excited that the ‘Killing Eve’ baton is being passed onto another incredible writer for season three,” Waller-Bridge said (via THR). “We can sleep soundly knowing these characters are safe in Suzanne Heathcote’s hilariously murderous hands.”

It’s so exciting that the show continues to employ female showrunners—not just because the entertainment industry has a history of replacing women with men after they’ve laid the groundwork of creating brilliant and/or successful works, but because this is a show that requires someone other than a man in charge.

It has a distinctly female perspective, showing a darker side of its female characters than we usually get to see in art or even in life, the side we so often keep hidden. And one of the best things about this show is that it doesn’t feel the need to explain that darkness or treat its characters as anomalies. They’re just complex women.

What do you all think of the news? Are you watching the new season of Killing Eve and you excited for a third?

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Shazam! Gives Us the Found Family We Need to See

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I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of Shazam! The trailers seemed a bit ridiculous, and I found the character sort of grating in Young Justice. However, my fears were unfounded; Shazam! was a delightful, sentimental superhero flick that is exactly what the doctor ordered for DC. Between Wonder Woman‘s devotion to earnest, hopeful narratives and Aquaman‘s refusal to shy away from the inherent oddity of the narrative, Shazam! fits perfectly with the current stars of the DCEU.

There’s a lot to love about the film (and some things to critique, but more on those later), but I keep circling back to the emotional heart of it all. Billy Batson starts the film by looking for his mother, and in the end finds the home he wants with his foster family. The search for belonging isn’t a new plot for films, especially superhero films, but the way it’s handled is far more fixed on the idea of Billy finding a family rather than on Billy coming into his own alone.

**Spoilers for Shazam! to follow.**

First and foremost, as several critics have pointed out, it’s powerful to see a foster family that’s portrayed as a positive place full of love. Comics writer Gail Simone nailed why a bumper sticker reading “my superpower is being a foster mom” mattered so much to so many audience members.

The family in the film is amazing. Both Vazquez parents are loving and wonderful, without being total pushovers. It’s clear how much they care for their family and want the best for all their children, even if Billy rejects them at first. They talk about home being a place that you choose, rather than a place where you live.

Billy is given unconditional support when he joins the Vazquez family, and gets support (and some well-deserved lectures) from Freddie, his roommate and closest friend. Freddie helps ground Billy and remind him of what really matters: using your powers for good and for helping people. Freddie, with his love of the Justice League and his own desire to be a hero, is just as much the protagonist as Billy.

Towards the end of the film, Billy does find his mother, only to find out that she gave him up willingly. He leaves, then, with the intention of saving his real family, because “what good is a hero if you can’t protect your family?” This is a key moment, because a lot of superhero films love to either fridge family members or have their heroes become loners by choice to keep people safe.

Batman has only had Robin in a couple of films; most films eschew the Batfamily. Superman flies solo. Bucky spends more time as the Winter Soldier than Steve’s sidekick. But Billy? He doesn’t have to face the villain alone.

One of the best parts of Shazam is the Shazam family. Billy is told by the Wizard before he gets his powers that opening his heart will make him stronger, and so he does, by sharing his powers with his siblings, who are also transformed into superheroes. Together, they are able to defeat the villains.

As I said above, most heroes fly solo, or find that their grief or pain or loneliness motivates them, ultimately, but that’s not Billy. His courage and strength came from opening up his heart, letting his family in, and trusting them to have his back. He gets the family he deserves, and in turn, his family is able to understand and help him move on and grow.

The last scene of the film isn’t Billy zooming around the skies, powerful and ready to take on the world. It’s him helping Freddie by showing up at lunch as Shazam with Superman in tow. Whether this teases that Billy is now part of the Justice League or not, I cannot say, but it’s a great ending because it shows Billy’s greatest strength: his heart and his love for his family.

Billy doesn’t need the Justice League, though. The League needs Billy, because if we’re being honest, the Shazam family does a team who functions as a collection of oddball loners better than both the League and the Avengers. While the League was a hodgepodge of rewrites and the Avengers have fought more than they’ve been friends, the Shazam family has the potential to really emphasize the power of togetherness and friendship in a way previous superhero teams did not.

The hope of a team and a hero finding his strength through others isn’t revolutionary, but Shazam! presents a joyful look at heroism. You don’t have to be a loner or shut yourself off to protect others; you can be a hero and have a family who uplifts you, as well.

There are plenty of criticisms of the movie’s portrayal of body positivity (check out this piece by Jacob Hall) and disability (see this piece by Kristen Lopez), and I’m sure plenty of discussions will be had about whether the film and the Seven Deadly Sins are a bit too scary for youthful audiences, as the director’s horror background clearly shows through.

However, overall, it’s a fun and uplifting watch. Sign me up for this version of the DCEU.

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Going to a Kiernan Shipka Q&A Is Just a Gateway to Being a Kiernan Shipka Superfan

Going to a Kiernan Shipka Is Just a Gateway to Being a Kiernan Shipka Superfan

Anyone who has watched The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina knows Kiernan Shipka’s name, and if you haven’t watched the show, you probably still know her from her time on Mad Men as Sally Draper. The young actress has had quite the journey for only being 19 years old, but her dedication to her roles and bringing these complicated characters to life is one of the reasons we love her.

I was lucky enough to attend a Q&A that Shipka did at the Wing in SoHo, and listening to her answer questions, taking the time to understand why so many were interested in both Sally Draper and Sabrina Spellman, made me realize how amazing Shipka is. She grew up in the spotlight, just 7 years old when she started in Mad Men, but it hasn’t made her the kind of person who believes she’s above anyone else, which she attributed to watching the brilliant cast of Mad Men growing up.

With each new question came a look into Shipka’s ability to answer thoughtfully and engage with everyone talking to her, smiling and complimenting those for their questions as she thought of what to say. But, for being a Q&A, all it did was make me want to watch more of Shipka’s work and support her.

She has a brilliant way of talking about her work and her cast that makes you wish you were a part of it in any way. At just 19, she manages to act with grace and an elegance that some don’t master even years into their careers. Maybe it’s because she went from one hit show to another, but there is something about Kiernan that radiates warmth in a beautiful and fun way.

Another fun aspect of the Q&A was Shipka realizing what these two characters mean to young women. Bringing up her love of superheroes and Hermione Granger, she talked about having a role model and why that’s important to young girls, and how she hopes Sabrina and Sally can be those figures for young girls. Arguably, they both already are (Sabrina has been since the 60s) but her dedication to being a role model and holding herself to a higher standard is a breath of fresh air and Kiernan Shipka is one of the great ones!

It made me come out of the Q&A and instantly want to watch all of Mad Men and the rest of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. If you have the chance to listen to Kiernan Shipka speak, definitely do! In the meantime, can we get that movie where she plays McKenna Grace’s sister?

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Holly Willoughby finally speaks out on weight loss in candid interview: ‘It’s personal’

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Holly Willoughby has admitted she ‘deliberately’ keeps silent on the details behind her recent weight loss.

The This Morning star opened up in a rare interview about the ‘personal’ reason why she usually refuses to publicly discuss her body image.

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‘I very deliberately don’t talk about it. Just because I don’t think it’s helpful to the conversation, for women generally,’ the 38-year-old told The Sunday Times Magazine

She added: ‘As long as you are healthy and happy, that’s really all that matters. It’s a personal thing for me, and I think that people get obsessive with it.’

Holly also explained that another reason behind her choice is that she often interviews parents on This Morningwho have lost their children to eating disorders.

She said: ‘On this show I’ve sat across the sofa from mums and dads who’ve lost children to anorexia, or their children are currently going through it, and they sit there and say, “It doesn’t help that there’s such a fascination with weight at the moment.”‘

‘Everybody knows what leads to a healthy lifestyle, but it’s not up to me to give you a blow-by-blow account of what I’ve eaten that day. It’s not helpful, and it’s not what’s important.’

Meanwhile, Emily Attack and John Barrowman are set to Holly and Phillip Schofield on This Morning when they take a break from the show over Easter.

Actress Emily, 29, who was runner up of the 2018 series of I’m A Celebrity took to Instagram today to announce the news to her 1.4 million followers.

Posting a sweet snap of her and new co-host John Barrowman, 52, the former Inbetweeners star excitedly wrote: ‘Morning little chicks! Well isn’t this exciting. I’ll be hosting This Morning with my beloved Barrowman.’

The pair became friends during their stint in the jungle last year, and will appear on our screens again next Friday to fill in from usual replacements, 59-year-old Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, also 59.

Emily seems to have plans to bring some buzz to the programme, adding to her post, “We approve of you having Buck’s Fizz while you watch. See you next Friday 12th April!”

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Katie Price brands Peter Andre ‘a b****nd’ and slams ex Kieran Hayler in SHOCK rant at her children’s clothing launch

Pricey has slammed ex-hubby Pete again

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Katie Price allegedly lashed out at ex-husband Peter Andre at the launch of her new kids clothing line today, branding him a ‘b***end’ for not allowing his children Junior and Princess to appear on camera.

The 40-year-old former glamour model also took a dig at her third hubby Kieran Hayler, 32, for refusing to bring her two youngest children, five-year-old Jett and four-year-old Bunny to the event.

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Addressing the crowd at the launch, held at London’s Ballie Ballerson, Katie reportedly announced: ‘I’m excited but I’m also disappointed. Why? Because Jett and Bunny aren’t here. Kieran won’t bring them.

‘Junior is skiing and I’ve got Princess here but Pete won’t let me film with her because he’s a b***end.’

According to The Mirror, the reality star admitted that 16-year-old son Harvey was in fact backstage, but claimed he is ‘too big’ to model the range.

She said: ‘I’ve got Harvey here too but unfortunately he’s too big for the clothes so I’ll have to make an adult range for him.’

Katie previously called 46-year-old Pete ‘selfish’ after he banned her from featuring 13-year-old Junior and 11-year-old Princess in photoshoots and her reality show My Crazy Life.

Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Katie complained: ‘Well, I’ll tell you about husband number one. I’m really cheesed off with Pete. He won’t allow me to film with them or do photoshoots with them.

‘So when people watch my show, they’re going to think “Well, where’s Junior and Princess?” but unfortunately at this stage, you need both parents’ permission. So I just want to put it out there that he’s really selfish and the kids miss out on it.’

Despite the ban, the websites for the brand – named after Pricey’s kids – do feature images of Junior and Princess modelling the clothing line, alongside their younger siblings.

The girls’ website shows off the sisters as they pose in pretty, pink styles, meanwhile Junior and Jett’s features the brothers modelling the boy’s section of the range.

Words by Caitlin Elliott.

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