Zeus Network Announces Their Non-Affiliation In Connection To Milan Christopher, Rio Skot, & Moolah Moe’s Upcoming Show ‘Bad Boys: Atlanta’
Legal trouble might be rising soon as Milan Christopher, Rio Skot and Moolah Moe promote auditions for their new reality show “Bad Boys: Atlanta.”
Milan Christopher, Rio Skot, and Moolah Moe are reality stars on Zeus network’s “Bad Boys: Los Angeles” series. As fans await the series reunion special, Milan Christopher recently shared that he won’t be appearing in the finale.
On Wednesday (June 9) Milan’s post added to fans’ speculation that he won’t be returning to the Zeus network at all. He shared a flyer on Instagram announcing his casting call on June 18th for a new show he’s producing called “Bad Boys Atlanta” with his co-stars Moolah Moe and Rio Skot:
Milan’s followers were confused, being that Zeus allegedly has the rights to the name of Milan’s new show and is also holding casting calls for season two of the series, which is taking place in Houston. Zeus network and their CEO Lemuel Plummer responded to the commotion on Instagram:
However, Milan responded back to Zeus’s network’s statement letting them know that they don’t own the rights to anything.
He said in a video shared on his Instagram:
“Dear Zeus, dear Lemuel Plummer, dear Natalie Nunn, sweetie you don’t own the rights to a f*ck *ss thing. It’s a bad boys movie, bad boys records and has been tons of m*th*rf*ck*ng bad boys t.v shows before you even came out with m*th*rf*ck*ng ‘Bad Boys L.A.’ So releasing a statement saying your intellectual property, you don’t have any intellectual property that has anything to do with ‘Bad Boys Atlanta,’ which has actually been copyrighted and trademarked by me.”
“So, go mind your m*th*rf*ck*ng business b*tch. And with that being said, make sure you guys come out to June 18th, for the ‘Bad Boys Atlanta’ casting call. Make sure you click on MCTV streaming network and fill out your applications so you guys can come out and have opportunity to be on a new show.”
Zeus followed up with a post letting followers know that they are the official owners of the ‘Bad Boys’ reality franchise and their auditions in Houston will be hosted by Jonathan Wright, who appeared on the show this season as well but left after a brawl with Rio and a dispute with Milan:
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