Bow Wow Slams ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Cast For Ruining WeTV’s Set – They Want To Be On ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’

Shad Moss

Bow Wow Slams ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Cast For Ruining WeTV’s Set – They Want To Be On ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’

Is everything as real as it seems? When it comes to reality television, maybe so, maybe not. Bow Wow (real name Shad Moss) posed a question to super producer, Mona Scott Young on Twitter. The tweet read,

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.

Moss also took to Instagram to share more of his disgruntlement, whilst publicly announcing anyone cast members who are not associated with the Growing Up Hip Hop franchise, to remain off their sets. With a screenshot of his tweet, his attached caption read,

Its no secret that all the VH1 Talent is reaching out to come over to #Guhhatl. Everyone wants NEW. This type of shit as a business man costs us money. They fucked ms Deb whole function up yesterday fighting. As the producer if you are NOT GUHHATL talent please stay off our sets.

The “VH1 talent” Moss is referring to is Stevie J and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta newcomer, Just Brittany. Apparently, during the filming of Growing Up in Hip Hop: Atlanta, Stevie and Brittany decided to stop by and make an entrance. During filming, Jhonni Blaze, who was performing at a venue, which went sour after seeing the sight of Just Brittany. Both women almost got into a fight in the right before Blaze’s performance set.

Evidently, the two female artists have had a silent ongoing beef, and tried to squash the problems during filming, claims executive producer, Shad Moss. After an Instagram user directed Moss to take shots at Stevie directly, Moss was hesitant, noting,

..Stevie cool. From what I’m hearing the women had unresolved beef and decided to handle it while we were filming. Unacceptable.

According to Blaze, the reason the two almost came to blows is because Brittany threw a “glass” cup at her, and missed. Blaze took to her Instagram Live to vent about her frustrations; assuring Brittany “wanted smoke,” and after she threw the cup, she was hiding behind “f*ggot a– Stevie J!” Allegedly, their beef starts back when both women were working in Houston, TX around the same time, according to Blaze. She also cites Brittany is only mad because her “come up” came before Brittany’s.

Just Brittany has yet to comment.

The cast of “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta”season 2

Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta is a reality show which documents the trials and tribulations of some of the most widely known Hip-Hop elite’s offspring. The series kicked off in 2016 and stars Jermaine Dupri’s daughter, Shaniah Mauldin Lil’ Wayne and Toya Wright’s daughter, Reginae Carter, Ms. Deb’s son, Brandon Barnes, Bow Wow, T.I. and Tiny’s daughter, Zonnique Pullins, and Ayana Fite, daughter of DJ Hurricane.

By: CaDarius Booker

Authored by: Kellie Williams