Executive producer and star of WeTV's Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta, Bow Wow is calling out a fellow reality TV franchise for being disruptive and being so unhappy with their current series, that they're trying to ease their way into his. Bow called out VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and the show's longtime executive producer, Mona Scott Young in a recent Twitter roast.
Bow took to Twitter slamming LHHATL cast mates for interrupting his show's filming only three days into taping the show's forthcoming season.
"Its only day 3 of filming and people already fighting and tearing up the set. Why is VH1 talent walking on a #guhhatl set unannounced? Mona get your clients," he wrote.
Its only day 3 of filming and people already fighting and tearing up the set. Why is VH1 talent walking on a #guhhatl set unannounced? Mona get your clients... they tryna run over here and im done handing out checks for 2018.— Bow Wow (@smoss) June 8, 2018
Bow followed up by reposting his tweet on Instagram with a caption filled with even more shade geared towards LHHATL. "Its no secret that all the VH1 Talent is reaching out to come over to #Guhhatl. Everyone wants NEW," he added.
The drama Bow is allegedly referring to is a fight between GUHH newbie Jhonni Blaze and LHHATL star Just Brittany. Brittany and fellow LHHATL star Stevie J reportedly walked on to a live taping of Growing Up Hip Hop without permission.
Shortly after their arrival, Brittany and Jhonni, who've had words in the past, quickly charged after one another.
While corresponding with fans on social media, Bow Wow set the record straight about whether or not he had beef with Stevie J. "Stevie cool. From what I'm hearing the women had unresolved beef and decided to handle it while we were filming. Unacceptable," Bow wrote.
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