On Tuesday evening, Schroeder shared on her Instagram Stories she had a demure “bachelorette” party that consisted of a low-key dinner with girlfriends, including “Vanderpump Rules” co-star Katie Maloney.
She captioned a picture of the ladies at restaurant called Il Gabriello, “My version of a bachelorette party. Wine & pasta & then bed.”
On Wednesday, Schroeder shared she was hosting a welcome party for her guests and having her rehearsal dinner.
She posted a photo of herself in a white, off-the-shoulder dress and her groom-to-be in a blue suit with a yellow tie as they walked the streets of Rome.
It appears the couple chose to wed in Italy since Clark has relatives there. He posted a video on his Instagram Stories that read over it, “La mia famiglia Italiana in da house!”
The casting director also shared a clip on his Instagram Stories that revealed Maloney’s estranged husband, Tom Schwartz, is also present for the nuptials.
The former couple seem to be the only Bravolebrities present for the wedding at this time.
When Schroeder married Clark the first time around last fall, she shared that she still had hopes for them to marry in Italy.
She captioned a silent video from their backyard nuptials at the time, “Married sept 2020. Hopefully Italian dream wedding oct 2021. I am so proud to be your wife.”
Their second wedding will not be captured for Bravo cameras, as Schroeder was fired from the network in June 2020 after past racist comments she made resurfaced.
Last weekend, melodic hip-hop artist Mr. Chicken dropped his two-track EP ‘2 Piece’ featuring singles “Runnin” and “OTW 2 The Party.” He co-hosted a packed-out release party with fellow New Jersey native DJ Drewski. The two wowed the crowd by handing out actual boxes of chicken and a large styrofoam cup of juice. Manager Stragglife-Trav is credited for the event’s rollout; a move reminiscent of Diddy’s Big-Mac introduction of Craig Mac and Notorious BIG in the early days of BadBoy Records.
Sponsored by Belaire, Mr. Chicken’s release party was captured by Hip-Hop photographer @KPShotit. In attendance were fellow artists Kocky Kai, Kayah Baby, Phresher, Jabar Hakeem, publicist Marie Driven, LA Jean, and influencer Ms. Hustle. At the end of the night, DJ Drewski remarked, “Mr. Chicken is an uber-talented artist with a strong work ethic and a humble personality. He’s up next, in my opinion.”
‘2 Piece’ is available on all streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Youtube, Spotify, etc. Check @Mr.Chicken out on instagram and give him a follow.
It appears the New York Knicks have locked in an old rival from the 90s to help mold the franchise’s future.
On Thursday, Marc Berman of the New York Post reported that the Knicks had hired Tim Hardaway Sr. as their newest scout. The franchise didn’t publicly announce their acquisition of the former star point man this season.
Hardaway served as an assistant coach to former Detroit Pistons’ head coach Stan Van Gundy from 2014-to 2018.
Hardaway was the heart and soul of the 90’s Miami Heat, who had lengthy playoff battles with the Knicks throughout the decade. Before that, he was a member of the RunTMC Golden State Warriors and Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin. In their time, the trio was an offensive nightmare for their opponents.
After almost 20 years of waiting from retirement, his name is set to be immortalized in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2022 on September 10th. If Hardaway can bring anything to a dormant Knicks franchise, scouting-wise, it would be a needed welcome to the organization.
J.Cole is pursuing his passion for hoops as the artist will play another season of professional basketball. J.Cole, listed as a guard standing at 6-foot-3-inches, will play in The Canadian Elite Basketball League this season.
The league took it to Twitter to announce the news. Cole will join the Scarborough Shooting Stars in the coming season as a guard. The season begins Wednesday.
Cole’s last appearance as a professional basketball player came in 2021 when he played with the Rwanda Patriots in the Basketball Africa League. In his professional career, the rapper from North Carolina scored five points and recorded three assists and five rebounds. He played in three games at the BAL but left the tournament ahead of the playoffs due to family commitments. The Patriots finished fourth.