WE tv’s “Growing Up Hip Hop” will be returning for its third season on Thursday, June 13. In anticipation of the new season, the network has released a trailer for the explosive season. And from the looks of things, they’ll cover a lot of ground. The trailer for the new season begins exploring the physical altercation that landed Bow Wow and his ex-girlfriend Kiyomi Leslie.
The network played a portion of Leslie’s 911 call.
“I was physically assaulted by my boyfriend and I would like to make a report…”
Then the trailer cuts to clips of Bow Wow’s mentors giving him advice.
Snoop: You got to learn how to control you.
Bow Wow’s mom, as he shows his mom the scare on his chest: She bit you? Your next girlfriend, can I please pick her? You know who my favorite is.
Then, the scene immediately flips to Bow Wow having dinner with Angela Simmons. During their dinner conversation, he makes a suggestion, “Let’s just get married and have a kid. F*ck it.” Simmons sarcastically says, “That’s a good goal.”
They move on later to Andrea Kelly and her daughter with R. Kelly, Buku, who is also pursing a career in music, having a conversation.
Andrea says, “I don’t know what it’s like to be R. Kelly’s child. I only know what it’s like to be his ex-wife.”
Then Drea’s daughter Buku responded, “It’s going to effect me forever.”
Then, in another scene, Andrea said to Deb Antney, “As soon as I feel like I got some normalcy…some headline.”
And later speaking to Tammy, she said, “He cracked me but he didn’t break me.”
You can watch all of this and then some in the video below.
Season three of “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” airs on Thursday, June 13 at 9pm ET/PT on WEtv.
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