Today in Tha Wire former wife of Shaquille O'Neal and  Basketball Wives reality star, Shaunie O’Neal, has a new reality show headed to TV.  This time around, she's showing us another side of her life.  The single mom has her hands full, raising five completely different, extremely opinionated and very busy children.

Shaunie’s Home Court will premiere on VH1 July 17 at 9:30 p.m. CT and will take a look at what it takes to get through her day-to-day, raising five kids ranging from 9 to 18 years-old. Looks like it's gonna be pretty good. Peep the official trailer below courtesy of HipHollywood.

Raising five kids ain't no joke, but it helps when you got help from not one, but two nannies.  Keyona and Robert help Shaunie keep Myles (18), Shareef (16), MiMi (14), Shaqir (12) and Me’Arah (9), in line in Shaunie's Home Court debuting next Sunday on VH1.

Real quickly according to reports DMX and his estranged wife, Tashera Simmons, have finally reached a divorce settlement.  After 11 years of marriage, the two separated for good in 2010, with Tashera filing for divorce in 2013.

Since then they've been beefing over child support, property and various other financial issues.  Now it appears the drama is behind them.  Tuesday (June 28) this week, the former couple was able to reach an agreement and settled in a Westchester County Supreme Court for an undisclosed amount.  The two reportedly have till August to get everything filed, for a judge to sign-off and make the divorce official.

Not really sure how all this is gonna do any good, because the 45-year old rap legend is supposedly having some major money problems.  Two months ago, it was reported X lost his New York crib to foreclosure in April.  The rapper/actor reportedly bought the house in Mount Kisco in 2000 for roughly $649K, but he allegedly hasn't been making the notes.

Now comes word the bank that has the homes mortgage, Compass Bank, is suing DMX to the tune of $740,000 for back mortgage payments, interest, late charges and a negative escrow balance.  Ouch!

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