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Since you can’t be fighting on reality television for the rest of your life, Basketball “Wife,” Evelyn Lozada has entered into a six figure book and movie deal with Cash Money Content. (Yes, the same people behind Cash Money Records, brothers Bryan “Baby” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams.)
Evelyn’s books will detail the stories of a baller girlfriend… Shocker.
The stories, written under Evelyn’s alter ego, Eve Inez-Landon, are loosely based on her younger days when she was out there living the life.
For her first book, “The Wives Association” Lozada will partner with “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” writer, Courtney Parker.
Would you read one of Evelyn’s books?
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When it comes to books, Birdman says he’s into the “hood Isht.” It’s no wonder then that he founded Cash Money Content to publish books that cater to Street Lit fans with titles like “Justify My Thug” by Wahida Clark, “Raw Law: An Urban Guide to Criminal Justice” and Ice Berg Slim’s classic “Pimp” (a re-released version).
TAP correspondent Eno Alfred attended the Cash Money Content event at the Chelsea Art Museum in New York, where the publishing company introduced their roster of authors. She caught up with Birdman to talk about his vision for his new Cash Money spinoff, Busta Rhymes about his love of literature, and more. Check it out!
Wahida Clark, author of the popular Thug Series novels, was in federal prison for money laundering when she decided to become an author. Now she’s releasing her fifth novel in the Thug Series called Justify My Thug, which will hit book stores on April 26th. Madame Noire sat down with Wahida to talk about what she learned while in prison and how she made her dreams a reality.