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Jen Shah Bragged About Making ‘Millions’ In Early ‘RHOSLC’ Interview Before Fraud Arrest

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The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City returned for a third season on Sept. 28, and it kicked off with a lot of drama. To start, Jen Shah, who has since admitted to fraud, was seen bragging about making “millions”. In an interview conducted for Season 1 on Dec. 9, 2019, Jen, 48, said, “What I’ve done for the last 20 years is direct response marketing. I make millions. Hey, you’ve gotta do what you’ve gotta do for money. I’m like the Wizard of Oz.”

The footage was used in the first two minutes of Wednesday’s episode, which showed the difference three years has made in the lives of the cast that also includes Meredith Marks, Lisa Barlow, Heather Gay and Whitney Rose.

Jen’s ongoing fraud case will obviously be featured in this new season of the show, as her husband, Sharrieff Shah Sr., told her (in 2022), “Our time is coming. I just can’t lie to you. This is a test for all of us.” And later in the episode, when Jen was busy planning her husband’s 51st birthday party, they talked about staying away from drama as her trail nears. Obviously, we now know that Jen forwent a trial by pleading guilty to her charges, but this episode was filmed before then, and in her private confessional, Jen said, “I’m not going to take a plea deal, when I’m not guilty. I’m innocent. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared. I’m not thinking about myself. I’m thinking about my family. I can’t imagine being away from them. It would literally kill me.”

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She also complained about living in a house that’s “only” 4500 square feet with a “normal” sized closet, which made us cringe a bit, but at the end of the day, that’s just who Jen is. For those who haven’t been following along, Jen allegedly scammed hundreds of people — predominantly elderly people — out of money through a nationwide telemarketing scheme. Her March 2021 arrest was documented in Season 2 of the show, and in July 2022, she reversed her previous not guilty plea by pleading guilty in front of US District Judge Sidney Stein in Manhattan federal court. Jen currently faces up to 14 years in prison and restitution of up to $9.5 million, and she’s scheduled to be sentenced on Nov. 28.

Later in the episode, Lisa apologized to Seth Marks for calling Meredith a “whore” last season. It all went down at Coach Shah’s party, where Lisa also told Meredith that she hoped to speak to her again in the future, but no one thought it was the best place to have such conversations. Lisa spent most of her conversation with Seth “making excuses” for her behavior, so he didn’t feel that her apology was genuine. And she was so overwhelmed by their chat that she left the party in tears, but Meredith and Jen didn’t even bat an eye. They know Lisa made her bed, and now she needs to lie in it.

Want more drama? New episodes of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City air Wednesdays at 9pm on Bravo.



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Coolio, the ’90s rapper who lit up the music charts with hits like “Gangsta’s Paradise” and “Fantastic Voyage,” has died, his friend and manager Jarez Posey, told CNN. He was 59.

Posey said Coolio died Wednesday afternoon.

Details on the circumstances were not immediately available.

When contacted by CNN, Capt. Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed that firefighters and paramedics responded to a call on the 2900 block of South Chesapeake Ave. at 4 p.m. local time for reports of a medical emergency. When they arrived, they found an unresponsive male and performed “resuscitation efforts for approximately 45 minutes.”

The patient “was determined dead just before 5:00 p.m.,” Scott said.

“We are saddened by the loss of our dear friend and client, Coolio, who passed away this afternoon,” a statement provided to CNN from Coolio’s talent manager Sheila Finegan said.

“He touched the world with the gift of his talent and will be missed profoundly. Thank you to everyone worldwide who has listened to his music and to everyone who has been reaching out regarding his passing. Please have Coolio’s loved ones in your thoughts and prayers.”

Actor Lou Diamond Phillips also offered his condolences as he recounted some memories with the artist.

“I am absolutely stunned. Coolio was a friend and one of the warmest, funniest people I’ve ever met. We spent an amazing time together making Red Water in Capetown and we loved going head to head in the kitchen. He was one of a kind. Epic,Legendary and I’ll miss him,” Phillips said in a tweet.

Former NBA player Matt Bonner also recalled time spent with Coolio, saying in a Twitter post the rapper was a “huge hoops fan… we hosted him at a game a few years back… biggest crowd of all-time at a Spurs Overtime concert.”

Coolio grew up in Compton, California, according to a bio on his official website.

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times in 1994, he recalled falling into the drug scene but getting himself out by pursuing a career as a firefighter.

“I wasn’t looking for a career, I was looking for a way to clean up – a way to escape the drug thing,” he told the publication. “It was going to kill me and I knew I had to stop. In firefighting training was discipline I needed. We ran every day. I wasn’t drinking or smoking or doing the stuff I usually did.”

His rap career began in the ’80s, and he gained fame in the underground scene.

“Fantastic Voyage” was the first song that really put him on the map.

Arguably his biggest song, “Gangsta’s Paradise,” from the soundtrack to the film “Dangerous Minds,” grew his star power to gigantic proportions. He won a Grammy in 1996 for the song.

In the age of streaming, it has continued to live on. In July 2022, the song reached a milestone one billion views on YouTube.

“It’s one of those kinds of songs that transcends generations,” he said in a recent interview. “I didn’t use any trendy words…I think it made it timeless.”

Over his career, Coolio sold more than 17 million records, according to his website.

Coolio also has a special place in the hearts of some Millennials for his work on the theme song for the popular Nickelodeon TV series “Kenan and Kel” and his contribution to the album “Dexter’s Laboratory: The Hip-Hop Experiment,” which featured songs by various hip-hop artists that were inspired by the Cartoon Network animated series.

In recent years, Coolio enjoyed the perks of being a nostalgic figure, making television appearances on shows like “Celebrity Cook Off” and “Celebrity Chopped.”

He also had a show on Oxygen, “Coolio’s Rules,” that aired 2008.



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