Following the exits of Romeo Miller and Master P, Growing Up Hip Hop is presumably dropping one other one in every of its stars.
In the early morning hours on Thursday (Mar. 12), Bow Wow introduced on Instagram that he’s quitting the WEtv actuality present. He even prompt pal and rumored love curiosity, Angela Simmons, to go away with him.
“We done w/ Growing Up Hip Hop!” he wrote. “We on to bigger and better things.”
Bow Wow additionally made an identical announcement on Twitter in a now-deleted submit. He went on to slam WEtv and instructed producers to get their sh*t collectively.
“We done w @WEtv and growing up hip hop! Get yall sh*t together! Until then WE OUT! aint no show w out Bow know that! Good luck.”
Bow Wow is an authentic forged member of Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta, nonetheless, he has additionally been a part of the supporting Growing Up Hip Hop forged for the previous few seasons, alongside Romeo and Angela.
On the present, the three have been concerned in a love triangle of kinds with Romeo being suspicious of the shut friendship between Angela and Bow Wow.
Despite having a producer’s credit score, Romeo give up the present earlier this month citing the “fake love triangle” producers had created.
His father Master P additionally give up as a result of the father-son pair weren’t happy with how they’d been portrayed through the actuality present’s run.
Supporting forged member Sam Mattick (Egypt Criss’ fiancé) additionally not too long ago give up the present, claiming that his portrayal on the present has induced him to lose a number of document offers.
And to prime all of it off, GUHH can also be in a authorized battle with Damon Dash. The Roc-A-Fella co-founder is suing the present for permitting his son to eat alcohol for the cameras, regardless of his identified points with substance abuse.
With a lot occurring behind the scenes, will Growing Up Hip Hop even proceed or is it time to wrap up the present after 5 seasons?
Neither Bow Wow nor his crew have but to substantiate his exit from the Growing Up Hip Hop franchise.