Like the say, haters haters haters everywhere and this goes for the VH1 reality TV show ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’ which has had a petition formed against it in hopes to kill off advertisers. If you don’t know, without advertisers, the show could be cancelled.
This isn’t the first VH1 reality series to have a petition, the drama-filled Basketball Wives also had a petition formed which did scare off sponsors who pulled their ads televised during the television reality show.
According to the petition formed, it is believed that VH1 is exploiting people regardless of their background and they hope to scare off advertisers as they did with Basketball Wives.
Meanwhile, some cast members are finding those petitioning as little harm. Some people think that those petitioning may even have something that’s not right in their life and are afraid to face the truth of what’s wrong with them, in their community and in the world.
The women of ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’ feel they represent what you do and don’t see and, by you seeing the other side on TV, you should be able to judge what’s right and what’s wrong.
The petition has done little to ward off viewers as it is has increased since it’s premiere on June 18th for the reality drama-filled show, which stars Mimi Faust, Stevie J, Joseline Hernandez, Rasheeda, Kirk Frost, Erica Dixon, Lil Scrappy, Momma Dee, K. Michelle, Karlie Redd and Ariane Davis.
The second airing on Monday, June 25th had more than 4 million viewers tune-in possibly due to them wanting to see the story behind music producer/songwriter Stevie J’s alleged mistress and artist Joseline Hernandez, who may be pregnant and her feud with his longtime girlfriend Mimi Faust.