In an effort to make the show a success, Beckford called on his fashion friends like Catherine Malandrino, Niki Taylor and others to judge and mentor the budding models.
Unfortunately, it wasn't enough to keep the show alive and after two seasons, Bravo gave it the ax.
We're told Ruckus saw Tyson in the club, flipped him off, and then Beckford went over to Ruckus and said if he had beef with him they should "take it out in the street." That's exactly what happened. At one point Tyson was on top of Ruckus, pounding away, when one of Ruckus' friends began punching Beckford in the head. Ruckus punched Tyson in the groin, and Tyson returned the favor with his knee.
A doorman called the cops, and by the time cops got there the 3 men were gone. We got video outside the club, where you can see the fight starting to brew -- but because there were a ton of cops patrolling that area, we're told Ruckus and Beckford moved the action a few blocks away.
After splitting up, this woman caused so much turmoil in his life, it led him to brawling in the streets of New York City.
According to , Beckford was partying at Up & Down nightclub in May 2016 when he spotted his old friend DJ Ruckus, who started dating Shaik shortly after the pair broke up.
He joins a growing list of stars taking on deejaying at club appearances, including Idris Elba and the most famous one of them all, Paris Hilton.
And according to a December 2015 filing, Cisco is taking Beckford to court over his lack of participation.
reports the manufacturing company claims Beckford left them high and dry.
Beckford, on the other hand, says he fulfilled his obligation of just selling 2,000 units.
The site says Beckford was given the major paycheck to rock the house at Miami's Soho Beach House for just two hours.
To sweeten the deal, he allegedly only agreed to work half that time.