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Born & raised in Milwaukee, The Artist Formerly Known as Fresh G has worked at 860 WNOV, WLUM HOT 102, and WKKV in The Mil as a Mixer/DJ/On-Air Personality (1985-1996) before being christened Mike Love and moving to Chicago to work nights on WGCI (1996-2007). Now, back in the Mil-town for a second stint at V100.7, he returns with a moniker given to him in Chicago and effectively dismissing part of his legacy as Fresh G, one of the greatest Mix DJs the city ever produced. Will he succeed at The Crib as Mike Love and forge a new identity in a new era, or will the outside forces from the past force him to reembrace Fresh G? Stay tuned...
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Filming has started for the second season of Basketball Wives: LA and word is one cast mate is being iced out. Anyone who saw the last few episodes of the show and its reunion special can guess who that is. But if you’re not up for a riddle: Jackie Christie.
Yeah, there seems to be a revolt against the personality who drew the most attention during its first season (for reasons that invited ostracism).
Well our sources alleged that while they are well into taping the second season NO ONE wants to TAPE with Jackie. Because of her crazy antics last year the girls are on to her. The people who really don’t like Crazy Jackie …………THE GOVANS. Word is that allegedly the pair of sisters cant stand her loony ass. OOOHH NOOO!
I guess this means Doug will have to tape more. Maybe if Ron Artest Ex-Wife would have never put those paws on Shaunie she would still be on the show to tape with delusional Jackie ……………….
In related news, Jackie and Doug Christie renewed their vows at a gay club recently:
The Christies renewed their vows at Eleven nightclub with the NoH8 Campaign team standing by.
“As life-long supporters of the gay community, Doug and I remain humbled by the overwhelming love, acceptance and friendship they have extended with open arms while treating us like family,” Jackie Christie said at the ceremony, according to a statement. “As we celebrate 17 years of marriage, it weighs heavy on our hearts that the same love shared by many of our friends is considered “less than” and is not widely recognized due to antiquated laws, lack of acceptance, and misperceptions, among other discriminatory factors. Tonight was nothing less than a celebration of the recent advancements made in the fight for Marriage Equality, but also a reminder of the work that still needs to be done. Until that battle is won, Doug and I will remain soldiers on the frontlines.”