The 26-year-old half-Dominican American rap superstar revealed a recent #MeToo incident she experienced during an interview for WE TV’s Untold Stories of Hip Hop.
Hosted by the show’s executive producer, Angie Martinez, the rapper’s revealing segment will air during the show’s premiere on Thursday.
The rapper unveiled that while she was posing for a magazine shoot, the photographer sexually harassed her. “He was just like trying to get close to me,” she said. “‘Here, you want to get into this magazine?’ And he pulled his dick out. I was so fucking mad and it’s just like, this is crazy.”
His misconduct prompted her to immediately leave the shoot and she then took measures to alert management. “You know what’s so crazy?” she said. “I told the magazine owner and he just looked at me like, ‘So? And?’”
“When I see the #MeToo movement, there’s girls from the ‘hood, I know that they went through the same type of treatment,” she said. “They make you feel like you gotta do a certain type of thing for the most bullshit. It happens really every day.”
During Untold Stories of Hip Hop‘s premiere, Cardi B also discusses working as a stripper, her relationship with Offset and motherhood. Thursday’s episode will also feature an interview with Snoop Dogg.
Enrique Sapene is opening a window to his television life…
WE tvhas ordered eight hour-long episodes of My Life is a Telenovela docuseries, featuring the 32-year-old Venezuelan actor.
Set in Miami, and produced by Matador, the series will follow a group of beautiful and fierce Latina actresses and actors working in this hyper-competitive world. It begins with several characters vying for the same role in a real life telenovela being produced by Telemundo, resulting in drama and fireworks on both sides, says WE tv.
In addition to Sapene, the show also features fellow telenovela stars including Raquenel, Sissi Fleitas, Gustavo Pedraza and Liliana Gonzalez.
Sapene’s credits include Tómame o Déjame, Pecadora and Hacienda Heights.
My Life is a Telenovela is set to premiere later this year.
It looks like you may soon get an up close and personal look at the lives of your favorite telenovela stars…
WE tv is currently developing a new unscripted series The Real Women of Telenovelas. The show will focus on the lives of up-and-coming actresses and actors in the oh-so-competitive world of telenovelas.
Set in Miami and produced by Matador, the series features the real-life drama behind the short-run Spanish language soap operas.
First produced in Mexico and Latin America, over the last few years South Florida has become the new home base for production of this TV genre, and Miami has earned the nickname, “Telenovela Tinseltown,” as aspiring stars descend upon the city in the hopes of making it big.
The series will follow the colorful frenemies who compete for roles and dates, walk the same red carpets and fight for the same spotlight and are ready to take their careers to the next level.
The Real World Of Telenovelas asks the question, which, if any, of these ambitious talents will be the next breakthrough star?
“The world of telenovelas has everything we look for in a WE tv show – compelling characters, conflict, consequence and comic relief,” said WE tv president Marc Juris. “We could not be more excited about this project and bringing these beautiful women and their stories and highly charged relationships to WE tv viewers. I think we’ll find the lines on the scripts in these TV dramas sometimes pale in comparison to real life.”
Mars’ sisters – Jaime, Kailani, Tiara, Tahiti and Presley – are at the center of a docu-series that WE tv has put in development.
The unscripted series will chronicle the lives of Mars’ sisters, who make up the bad The Lylas, as they move from Hawaii to Los Angeles, where they’ll live and work on their debut album, as well as follow their relationship as sisters-turned-business partners
“The Lylas are fierce, independent women, leaving their home — and in some cases their relationships and kids — for a chance at pursuing their love of music,” said Lauren Gellert, WE tv’s SVP Production & Development. “Their story is one filled with all of the drama and chaos that comes from making a major life change, with the added spice of doing it alongside your sisters.”
The Lylas recently released their debut single, “Come Back”, as well as a music video for the track.