Say What?! “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” Reunion Cancelled?
The reunions of any reality TV show are usually more anticipated than the regular weekly episodes and that’s especially true when it comes to VH1 shows like “Basketball Wives” and “Love & Hip-Hop”. Surprisingly, for all the fighting, bottle throwing, and bullying that went on during this past season of BBW, the ladies were all able to still sit down with one another when the taping wrapped, which is why it seems odd that the LHH crew reportedly can’t do the same.
According to Tattletailzz.com, if someone from the cast were to ask, “can’t we all just get along” and tape a reunion show, that answer would be no.
It looks like there won’t be any reunion show for the cast of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Sources say that because LHHA cast members can’t get along, Mona Scott Young is left with no choice but to conduct one on one interviews with each individual from the show – for the LHHA finale.
The anonymous source is quoted as saying:
“There’s only four episodes left, and we’re not going to have a reunion show. The cast doesn’t get along. The boys hate the boys and the girls hate the girls. Mona will do sit down interviews with each cast members, at separate times. None of the cast want to do a reunion show.”
So basically it will be a repeat of the second season reunion for the New York “Love & Hip-Hop” crew which was whack—except for the fact that people didn’t hesitate to tell Mona how they really felt about her.
I’m trying to figure out who has all this beef on the show because despite the altercations, somehow everyone has managed to still have cafe sit-downs over tea and crumpets to talk about their fights. We’ve seen this with Mimi and Joseline numerous times, Joseline and Erika, and Karlie and K. Michelle. If these ladies were cool enough to talk days after beef—some of which was physical—why wouldn’t they be able to sit across from one another on a television set? Sounds suspect to me. As far as Lil Scrappy and Stevie J? I don’t doubt that Scrappy wants to lay his paws on the womanizing producer again but he has bigger fish to fry, one in particular known as child support, so he needs to chill out.
Hopefully this is all just propaganda to build excitement around the reunion and make people tune in to see what will really happen because one-on-one interviews with this cast would be a big disappointment. What do you think?
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