News: Rosa Acosta Takes Her Assets To TV, "[I'm] Shooting A Pilot For My Reality Show"

Thursday, Jan 21, 2010 10:15AM

Written by Biz Jones

Hip-Hop music video vixen Rosa Acosta has announced plans to embark on a television career by rolling tape on a reality show.

Acosta broke the news on her personal Twitter account.

"Shooting a pilot for my reality show starting tomorrow with -> @directormarlonp," she wrote Wednesday (January 20) referring to director Marlon Pena. "Yeah my show may have subtittles "por que mi ingles no es tan bueno papi lindo"" (Rosa Acosta's Twitter)

Along with previously being romantically linked to rapper Soulja Boy Tell Em and singer Omarion, Acosta was the featured covergirl for KING Magazine's re-launch last month.

This incarnation, newly christened The Women of KING, has undergone a few changes. To whet the appetite of the brand's devoted fans, the magazine will be released four times a year. More importantly, like the new title suggests, The Women of KING will focus on the beautiful women that populate hip-hop's biggest videos as well as the entertainment and modeling industry, as it did before. The Women of King's Winter 2010 issue hits shelves on December 24, ladies, now you know what to get your guy for Christmas. (XXL Mag)

The issue also features big-time rap stars.

Supermodel Rosa Acosta graces the special edition of King magazine called the 'The women of king' with 82 Bangin' Beauties including Shakur Sozahdah, Bria Myles, StarFace, Marisa Elise, Sasha Del Valle, Briana Loyd. Greatest Stories Ever Told from Jay-Z, Diddy, Michael Jackson, Kanye West, Dave Chappelle, Lil Wayne, T.I. and Rick James. (Show Hype)

Rapper Fabolous has also been putting in work for a forthcoming reality show.

"I'm working on this reality show, with me and my son," Fab confirmed in a November 2009 interview with interviewer Nesha. "It's gonna be like, about young fatherhood where, well, not too young, but in the same token as being my first child and he's so young and me still being relevant in hip-hop. You know, having to balance my career being a father at the same time. And then me actually not knowing much about parenting. The struggling in there should be fun, having some funny points, I have some drama, I have a lot of ups and downs, it should be a good reality show. It's not crazy, I'm not searching for love on that Ray J sh*t." (Society & Style)

Check out a recent Rosa Acosta interview down below:

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