Follow Us:. While GG munches on a big sausage, Omid admits that he has been partying with her friends without her. GG takes it well. GG says that her friends could combine their money, diamonds, houses, etc.
Recap: All Good Things Must Come To An End
Recap: All Good Things Must Come To An End | Shahs of Sunset Blog
Despite the international pop success he enjoyed during his lifetime, Michael Jackson was never afraid to jump on a song with a rapper. And as far back as , he embraced hip-hop by asking Notorious B. So it's no surprise that, in spite of his untimely death, the King of Pop's first official posthumous album, Michael , features a collaboration with rapper 50 Cent on "Monster" — a song that 50 loftily describes as "the version of Thriller. He thought it would be perfect for us to collaborate on. If MJ had lived long enough to see Michael come to fruition, we're pretty sure he wouldn't have stopped there, either. Thanks to the growth of rap music since Michael's last album in and the King's willingness to work with MCs, we're confident that he would have invited several other rappers to work on his new album as well, if afforded the opportunity.
Recap: MJ Gets Drizzy Wit’ It
Last week Part 1 brought the drama to a head and left me hoping beyond hope for Part 2 to wrap up all of the friendships and fighting and hand them to us in a pretty little happy ending box. Reza likes an armpit with no deodorant. OK, this we knew, but can we pause on it for just a minute here? To each their own! It sounds like a bad porn spoof of the Doublemint Twins.
Last week we left the episode with Reza toasting everyone except for MJ, further shaking up their twenty-something year relationship that was already rocky. He acted like a catty, mean girl last week. He should know better, and he does. Which brings me to this week. Toward the top of the episode we see Lilly at dinner with one of her nearest and dearest, Raumak.