Wiley Thoughts: Chasing Atlanta Cast Episode 1 & 2 #ChasingAtlanta

Chasing Atlanta is back with entertainment & drama . I watched both first and second episodes and I was extremely entertained by the story lines. I am loving Jaylon Aaron story line of being a boss, her character never disappoints. Cameron my Chicago friend story line of battling colon cancer was hurtful to watch because he such a sweet guy. Erick another Chicago native I am really not feeling him he lack personality. I really hope he grow on me.

Devon is back to proved a point that he is a chef but the cast was reading his cooking skills i.e. Jaylon said that Devon food at last year cabin trip was nasty lol. Devon is in a relationship this season but his boyfriend already giving me bad vibes from the YouTube screen. Devon look amazing this season I hope to see him whoop up a good ole fashion dish. New cast member Guardini aka Rick Ross gay sister so messy he have already start dissing out rumors that his best friend fucking Devon and he cant cook, and saying Devon working multiple jobs.

New cast member Q Harris is one of my favorite, he is giving me sweetness and boldness radio personality and television host. He seem like he just on the show to expand his band which is a great. Skye story line is dear to me because he came on The Wiley Show and he is explaining this season his beef with Little Women Of Atlanta star Nico and why they stop work. Check out their TheWileyShow appearance below.

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Sony Music Issue A Statement #FreeKesha Situation 

  
Sony broke its silence on #FreeKesha situation. Sony lawyer Scott A. Edelman spoke to New York Time 

Sony is not in a position to terminate the contractual relationship between Luke and Kesha. Sony is doing everything it can to support the artist in these circumstances, but is legally unable to terminate the contract to which it is not a party.

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Two years later, RCA/Jive CEO Barry Weiss left that company for Universal Music Group (he’s since moved on from UMG), which prompted the dissolution of RCA/Jive and the shuttling, yet again, of Kesha’s contract to Kemosabe Records, a new Sony Music subsidiary set up in the wake of RCA/Jive’s demise.
 
Through these various agreements, breakups, formations and transfers, Kesha’s contract was licensed to various Sony Music subsidiaries, but retained ownership of the agreement throughout.