Deuces: Hazel-E Was Reportedly Fired From 'Love & Hip Hop' Before Problematic Tirade

INGLEWOOD, CA - AUGUST 27:  Rose Burgundy and Hazel-E attend the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Deuces: Hazel-E Was Reportedly Fired From 'Love & Hip Hop' Before Problematic Tirade

Don't expect to see her next season.

Published October 21, 2017

It seems as the recently wrapped season of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood may have been Hazel-E's last as, despite her recent homophobic comments and pseudo-superior opinion on her skin tone, she had been chopped from the popular reality series two weeks before everything went down.

According to Vibe, the show's producers reportedly showed her the door because they grew weary of her antics, which all seemingly came to a head in September when the Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood reunion was filmed. She was reportedly officially fired effective on October 4.

The first installment of the two-part reunion aired on Monday, October 16, and the following day, Hazel and her boyfriend, Rose Burgundy, went on a homophobic tirade in response to claims that he was gay. Below the now viral post which featured a burning LGBT flag, uploaded by Burgundy, Hazel called for all gays to "burn in hell."

Shortly after, the reality starlet took to her own page to post a collage of Black women she's seemingly had run-ins with in the past, claiming they were all jealous of her skin tone as they "can't pass a brown paper bag test."

After being dragged to hell and back for her disgusting comments, Hazel apologized, but that didn't lessen the blow one bit as she still continued to suffer the consequences of her words.

Watch the reality star get dragged a bit more for her nasty comments with BET Breaks, above.

Written by Moriba Cummings

(Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)


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