B. Scott is more than just a celebrity blogger. B. Scott (them/they) is a brand. USA Today proclaimed them as ‘The Queen of Tea’.
Fans, followers, and the media industry count on B. Scott to serve up pop culture, entertainment news, and gossip that is hot, cold, with honey, sugar, or spiked.
B. Scott became the first Black trans non-binary YouTube celebrity in 2007 along with the launch of lovebscott.com, making them the first trans non-binary person to have a prominent Black media site.
Continuing their career-spanning run of historic firsts, in 2008, B. Scott became the first Black trans non-binary person to appear on ‘Extra.’ In 2009, B. Scott became the first trans non-binary person to appear on TV One Access.
B. Scott became the first trans non-binary person to have a show — ‘The B. Scott Show’ — on Jamie Foxx’s The Foxxhole on Sirius XM Satellite Radio in 2010.
In 2012, B. Scott became the first trans non-binary person to have an advice column for Ebony Magazine. Also, in 2012, B. Scott became the first trans non-binary person to appear on BET’s 106 and Park and judge the ‘Rip the Runway’ competition. In 2013, B. Scott became the first trans non-binary person to host the Style Stage Red Carpet at the BET Awards in Los Angeles.
B. Scott is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of the blogging business — known for dropping industry-shaking exclusives featured in publications such as Variety, US Weekly, People, and Essence.
B. Scott and their work are often cited in noted media outlets including ‘The Wendy Williams Show’, ‘The Real,’ TMZ, and ‘The Breakfast Club.’
Already the most talked about blogger among other bloggers, Black millennials, and television shows like Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ B. Scott’s lovebscott.com has become one of the most trusted websites in Black media reaching millions daily.