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She is more than just Ray J’s assistant!
This LA diva is setting the record straight as she spoke with us exclusively about her upcoming business ventures, her portrayal on the show Love & Hip Hop Hollywood, stepping away from Ray J, and much more.
How do you feel about your portrayal as Ray J’s assistant on Love & Hip Hop?
Morgan Hardman: Well, I would say I’m okay with it. I would say that some of the stuff on there kind of threw me for a loop. I kind of feel like it made it seem like I don’t work hard, that’s something that I lived for. I live for my child and my work you know what I mean? I’m a very very hard worker, so I feel like it took away from how hard I do work but a lot of people are telling me that it didn’t, but I kind of feel like it did. I wish that it would of focused more on how hard I do work.
Ever since they started airing the show, has there been any tension between your friendship with Teairra Mari or any of the cast members on the show?
M.H.: Honestly, whoever doesn’t like me is just pretty much irrelevant in my life … So honestly, no I don’t care for whoever doesn’t like me or whoever has tension with me, that’s their own problem (laughs).
Are there any future projects you have coming up that fans should be looking out for?
M.H.: I collaborated with Miss Diddy, who actually has her own company called The Brand Group and pretty much we’re going to be holding these seminars, where we train people to become either great assistants or great managers. We train them in branding and marketing, so basically me and Diddy are doing this worldwide city tour where we’re holding these seminars, where we’re giving the people the skills and we are also offering them jobs because I’m also opening up an agency where I could place assistants and managers in different positions with different people. So that’s something that I’m working on with Miss Diddy, as well as my book.
It has come to our attention that you been working with Yesi Ortiz of Power 106?
M.H.: Yes, actually I have. I’m actually talking with her now, so we can collaborate on some stuff for Cali’s Christmas … so definitely that’s one of my aces. She’s my favorite person on the show. I love her and she’s been my friend for about 10 years. You know she’s just a motivator, so she’s been in this game a long time. I respect her opinion and I respect her advice. So she is someone I definitely lean on and I love collaborating with.
Is radio something you are trying to get involved with along leaving the assistant title?
M.H.: I went to school for radio broadcasting but being a single mother at such a young age, I had to work and school wasn’t paying no bills. So, I didn’t finish it. I wouldn’t say I would want to get into radio because it just looks a little difficult for me, but I would definitely love to get into the interviewing thing, the red carpets and different stuff like that. I mean anything I put my mind to I can do it.
Can you share a funny behind the scenes moment from filming the show with Ray J?
M.H.: Well, I would say he definitely didn’t want me doing that red carpet and he kind of was like, “how you interviewing celebrities, how you going to take my job.” … It was funny to me because he felt like I shouldn’t be interviewing celebrities that I was taking his job … so I kind of felt like he was a little jealous about it. So maybe that’s why he took it to the extreme of firing me, but you know it is what it is. I’m almost 30 years old, I don’t need to be anybody’s assistant anymore. I have the boss-like mentality, so at the end of the day, I need to be my own boss.
Tune in every Monday to Love & Hip Hop Hollywood at 8 p.m. on VH1 and be sure to follow her on social media on both Twitter & Instagram at @MorganHardman
Matia and Morgan Hardman share one thing in common – they both like to work hard, don’t believe her just follow her on Twitter at @ms_hip_hop
From Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies comes “SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water.”
The secret Krabby Patty formula has been stolen and it is up to SpongeBob, Squidward and the gang to find the culprits. They head into the real world (think “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”) to recover their beloved patty. Antonio Banderas plays super-villain Burger-Beard.
The 3D adventure hits theaters in February 2015.
The ex-Navy SEAL who wrote the best-selling memoir “No Easy Day” that provided a first-hand account of the raid resulting in the death of Osama bin Laden is under a Justice Department criminal investigation for possibly leaking classified material.
Though Matt Bissonnette’s 2012 book initially got him in hot water since he failed to submit the manuscript to the Pentagon for review, people familiar with the investigation told The New York Times there is more interest in what he’s said in paid speeches at corporate events.
From The Times:
They include at least one talk last year, at a golf club in Atlanta, in which audience members were asked to turn in their cellphones before he spoke so that nothing could be recorded, according to people who attended the event.
Mr. Bissonnette has apologized for failing to have the book vetted through the Pentagon’s required security review process.
Bissonnette’s lawyer, Robert D. Luskin, told The Times he thought an agreement was reached with Justice and the Pentagon to settle the book matter and have Bissonnette forfeit some of the royalties. Instead, a criminal investigation was opened in May or June.
The SEAL’s book, which he wrote under the pen name “Mark Owen,” offered insight into the training and workings of the elite SEAL Team 6 — known as Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) — along with interesting details about the Bin Laden raid.
Although it remains the only first-hand book written of the raid, there were few startling revelations from “No Easy Day.” A long article about how the May 2, 2011 raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan transpired appeared in The New Yorker just three months after it occurred. And other books, including “The Finish” by Mark Bowden, and “Manhunt” by Peter Bergen also recounted what happened, citing both military and civilian sources.
The website SOFREP, a military news site run by former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb, reported in Aug. 2012 that the public affairs officer for Adm. William McRaven, then commander of Special Operations Command, “[had] been in contact with the author directly, and that (apparently) no classified information has been disclosed in the memoir.”
Gwyneth Paltrow served as host for amfAR’s Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles.
Sharon Stone, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Milla Jovovich, Alessandra Ambrosio, Patricia Arquette, Natasha Bedingfield, Kat Dennings, Balthazar Getty, January Jones, Lisa Kudrow, Gilles Marini, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Ryan Murphy, Kelly Osbourne, Molly Sims, Dita Von Teese, Rita Wilson, amfAR Chairman Kenneth Cole and Bryan Lourd were among those who came out to pay tribute to Tom Ford for his contributions to the fight against AIDS at the 5th annual benefit.
Coldplay’s Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland performed acoustic renditions of “Paradise” and “Viva La Vida.” The legendary Diana Ross also took to the stage for a show-stopping medley that included “I’m Coming Out,” “Can’t Hurry Love,” “Ain’t No Mountain” and “I Will Survive.”
The event, presented by M•A•C Viva Glam and raised over $3 million for amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. Guests were treated to a dedicated vodka bar, including key cocktails from Belvedere Vodka including the Classic Marini, Lavish Spritzerand Inspiration Fizz. Guests also quenched their thirst with Fiji Water.