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Everyone knows the big names in the hip-hop industry who perform on stage and TV, but not many people know the folks behind the scenes who help the artists reach levels of superstardom. Among those unknowns are lawyers, who help stars make deals and get paid. This docuseries profiles several high-powered attorneys in the entertainment industry who help one another, use one another, and sometimes throw one another under the bus to get ahead in their personal and professional lives. "Money Power Respect" shows how the lawyers deal with failed partnerships, cheating boyfriends, stolen clients and back-stabbing friends. The featured lawyers include former music executive Wendy Credle; intellectual property attorney Kendell Kelly; Dana Whitfield, whose husband doesn't want her mixing with "grimy" music industry wannabes; Kelly Shapiro, who is anxious to move back to New York; and Jamaica native Nakia Thomas, who attended Brown University at the age of 16.

Latest episodes

aired 191 days ago
Dana takes on a male rapper despite Lord Jamar's dictates; Wendy's PSA runs amok; Kelly jets to LA for a business emergency; Nakia gets busted gossiping about Wendy; Nakia's blog party erupts into chaos.
aired 192 days ago
Kelly blindsides Kendell when she cozies up to Kendell's new celebrity client, Ryan Leslie; Wendy disses Lord Jamar and chooses a different rapper for PSA; bad blood between Dana and Tiffany ignites.
aired 193 days ago
Kendell fights to kick Kelly off of a project; Dana hosts a brunch to impress her husband; Wendy calls on Judge Mathis for help with her PSA; Tiffany and Dana's rivalry.
aired 194 days ago
Dana goes head-to-head with her husband over managing male artists; Wendy plans a new business venture; Tiffany makes a play for Dana's client.
aired 195 days ago
The ladies jet to Jamaica for business and pleasure; Kendell ambushes her boyfriend with the mistress; Kelly uses Kendell's breakdown to get ahead.
aired 196 days ago
Kelly gives her boyfriend a cruel kiss-off; Wendy deals with a financial crisis; Dana finds a potential client.

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