Nelly on the telly

9153__nelly_lNelly has signed a deal to star in his own celebreality show, one that he says would bring attention to his charitable work. The rapper says the series (to be produced by A. Smith & Co., maker of such Fox reality hits as Hell’s Kitchen and The Swan) will focus on his day-to-day life. Then again, if he really wants to tout his philanthropy, maybe he should make it a Samaritan show, where he helps build homes for people. ”It’s getting hot in herre/so let’s install some central air conditioning…” Isn’t that a show you would watch? He could call it Country Hammer.


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  • shakkahop

    Why God WHY??????????

  • Kareem

    Why not God WHY NOT???? Yeah, I am very tired of reality shows but everybody else is doing it and also his show is for a good cause so Go ahead Nelly do you man!!


    There are lots of people who want to follow the life of Nelly in a similar way that there were lots of people who tuned into the “Being Bobby Brown” show. Its also a good idea that he inserts positive things such as his charitable work. Its better then watching murder, mayhem and infidelity on TV. See

  • shakkahop

    I am pretty sure people watched Bobby because it was a train wreck of civilzation you couldn’t turn your eyes from.
    I had hopes that the numerous reality shows were fading out to allow us aome more creative shows. Instead we wind up with Nelly trying to boost his image by showing the world how generous he can be. Good deeds do not go unnoticed, but this guy is making sure of it by broadcasting it to the nation. A little showboatish to me.

  • Ron Mwangaguhunga

    I hear Robert Blake is shopping a reality show.

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