Black Entertainment Television, which Sheila Crump Johnson and her husband Bob started three decades ago with $15,000 in seed money and a $500,000 investment from media mogul John Malone, made her one of wealthiest women in America. So today she must be extremely proud of her baby, right? Not exactly.

Tiny stopped by Majic 107.5 / 97.5 earlier today and spoke with Carol Blackmon about the second season of her reality show, "Tiny & Toya." In addition to talking about her show and possibly forming another girl act like her former group, Xscape, the Atlanta-based artist talked about her fiance T.I. and said the couple will "definitely" marry in 2010.

Erykah Badu stopped by BET's 106 & Park yesterday and attempted to explain the "Window Seat" video and the "Groupthink" concept to an audience of kids. Click here to watch.

In the first episode of Michael Vick’s BET reality show, “The Michael Vick Project,” the former Atlanta Falcon talks about how he got into dog-fighting and starting the “Bad Newz Kennel.” Watch the clip here.

Jennifer Hudson sang Whitney Houston's classic “I Will Always Love You” at the 3rd Annual BET Honors, taped at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., last night. The show celebrated the achievements of Whitney Houston, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Queen Latifah. Watch her performance here!

BET has announced plans to turn the Black Panther comic books into a cartoon. It stars Dijimon Hounsou (Kimora Lee's man) as Black Panther. Kerry Washington and Alfre Woodard also do voices and Jill Scott will do the voice for Storm from the X-Men. Check out a preview here!

Keyshia Cole’s big sister Neffe’s is bringing a new look for the 2nd season of “The Frankie n Neffe Show!” It looks like she’s lost all of that baby weight. Take a look here.

Atlanta's own Monica stopped by the Majic studios to talk with Carol Blackmon recently. Click here to watch and listen to the interview and hear Monica discuss her career and her BET reality show.