A 'Love & Hip Hop' Star Says Black Twitter Is Harmful To The LGBTQ Community

MIAMI, FL - JANUARY 01: The Cast attends the  "Love And Hip Hop" Miami Screening with the cast of Love and Hip Hop at Studid 23 on January 1, 2018 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Thaddaeus McAdams/Getty Images)

A 'Love & Hip Hop' Star Says Black Twitter Is Harmful To The LGBTQ Community

He wants the intolerance to stop.

Published February 18, 2018

Christopher Michael Harty, also known as Prince on Love & Hip Hop Miami isn’t happy with Black Twitter and says it’s predominantly prejudiced toward the LGBTQ community.

TMZ caught up with Prince at Avalon on Saturday (February 17) in Hollywood. He made similar comments to Bleu Magazine previously, but decided to double down on his stance yesterday.

“I think they need to become more tolerant towards anything in general,” he said. “If you really think about it, the black community, the urban community, we don’t uplift one another. We’re really like crabs in a barrel. We tear each other down.”

Prince also went on to say that "Black Twitter" is unique in that it shows people negativity to people looking for it.

“You’ve never heard of Spanish Twitter, you’ve never heard of White Twitter,” he continued. “What [does Black Twitter] do? They roast people, the tear them down and it’s just a problemed stigma that we just deal with in the black community.”

While there’s no real term as “White Twitter,” there is kind of such a thing. Maybe call it “MAGA Twitter?”

JK. But really, we’re not.

Anyway, does Prince have a point? Let us know in the comment section below.

Written by Paul Meara

Photo: Thaddaeus McAdams/Getty Images


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