The drama continues for WEtv’s Growing Up Hip Hop and it’s all happening off-screen. Lil Twist, who has starred in two seasons of the Los Angeles edition of the series, recently called out his co-stars for complaining about how they’re being portrayed on television.
As previously reported Romeo Miller and his father Master P recently exposed show producers for making up story lines. The duo quit the show earlier this year and ever since cast members have been dropping like flies.
Following Romeo’s exit Eygpt Criss, the daughter of Sandra Denton of Salt-N-Pepa and Treach of Naughty By Nature, announced she was leaving the show. Bow Wow also claimed he was leaving Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta … but we don’t believe him.
According to Twist, the cameras only captures what it sees and calls out anybody claiming the contrary.
“I ain’t even been on a full 2 seasons these producers don’t know me like they know y’all.. y’all been in business with these folk way longer than I have….,” he tweeted. “Tryna make it seem to the masses that this sh*t is all scripted and written up to LOOK like the way it’s actually being shown.. LISTEN PEOPLE THIS SH*T IS 100 percent real.”
He added that the producers aren’t at fault because they’re only working with what the cast is giving them.
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Master P responded to Twist and doubled-down on his claims that the show is fake. He said there’s no beef and hopes people see how WEtv is pitting black people against each other.
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They’re putting us against eachother for bread, but I’ll keep educating my people. I know the truth hurts but if this show doesn’t get picked up for next season, the cast will be looking for work while the fake producers will find a new show to work on. It wasn’t good a week ago but it was good 5 seasons ago, when the show was about building kings and queens of families in Hip-hop. I have no beef with none of these youngstas. I pray they see through these devils’ bs. Romeo and I quit 6 months ago so nothing you see now is in real time. It’s all edited for fake drama and I know the smart people get it. Even the main producer I started the show with says she wants her name off of it because it has no integrity now. We built colleges to help inner-city kids in the community and they made fun of that. So that’s why this show is fake. We left a couple mill on the table, I have one question.. who did they give that bread to? None of the cast members on the show now which is disappointing! It went back to the network’s pockets because our people don’t understand contracts. Stop doing marketing for free. This is a business, know your worth. That’s why education and ownership is so important. @romeomiller #weallwegot #millergang #familyovereverything #Godisreal @cthagod
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