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Friday, June 5, 2015

Stephanie Gayle Gets Promoted To Top Executive Producer For 'Love and Hip Hop' Franchise

'Love and Hip Hop' Franchise Gets New Producer

Stephanie Gayle, who served as a supervising producer fort he Love and Hip hop franchise has been promoted tho top executive producer by CEO Mona  Scott Young. reports

“Stephanie has been instrumental in the success of our ‘Love & Hip Hop’ franchise since its inception,” said Scott-Young. “To put her in the role of overall executive producer for the franchise will enable us to take full advantage of the successful programming we’ve created for VH1, to ensure the continued success of each ‘Love & Hip Hop’ series and subsequent spinoffs and to prepare for even greater franchise expansion.”

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Gossip: Mob Wives' Natalie Guerico Cheating On Boyfriend With Music Producer

Natalie Hooking Up With Producer?

Reality:  Will this be a n upcoming storyline for season 5 of Mob Wives? In season 4 we were introduced to Natalie Guiroco and her boyfriend London. Most of their storyline last season was about their living arrangements and how they can be together.

Word has come out now that she has been allegedly cheating on him with her music producer Ryan Banks, who produced her son "Delicious."

Ryan Banks tell Radar Online  that he has been hooking with her behind her boyfriends' back for years and oh yeah..he is married.  His wife is actually fine with him hooking up with Natalie because she thinks she is nothing more than a sidechick.

Natalie RT's this tweet

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

'Mob Wives' Producer Jennifer Graziano Says Former Cast Members Wanted More Money

Reality:  Renee's sister , Jennifer Graziano, who is one of the producers and the creator  of Mob Wives is speaking out about the casting changes and why the former castmembers were not on season 4. A lot of fans assume that Natalie and Alicia were replacing the old castmembers. 

Jennifer did an interview with Buzz Feed TV and says that Carla, Ramona, Karen and even Love did not show for season 4 because they were not happy with their contracts. Apparently, Jennifer says that they wanted to get paid more money for season 4 and VH1 would not do it. She called Karen multiple times telling her about filming season 4, but she never showed.

She also discusses the Drita spin off show and says that it might possibly happen. 

Watch the interview


Thursday, May 16, 2013

Producer Says 'Love and Hip Hop: NY' Did Not Have Honest Characters

Producer Speaks

Carlos King, who works as a co- excutive producer for Love and Hip Hop Atlanta explains why the 3rd season of the New York franchise failed to achieve the success as the Atlanta franchise and why viewers are more drawn to Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta in an interview with Jasmine Brand. He says that Love and Hip Hop NY did not have honest characters like the first two seasons when Chrissy was on the show. He also the cast of 'Love and Hip Hop: NY' tried to fill a role and tried to be someone that are not whereas the cast of 'Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta'. what you see is what you get.

The [Atlanta] cast are way more interesting than the cast of Love & Hip Hop New York. I’ll be honest and say that I wasn’t a fan of ‘Love & Hip Hop New York’ this past season. But I was a fan of the first two seasons of ‘Love & Hip Hop New York’ because you had compelling characters who were so honest and so interesting  you had Chrissy who is this strong individual who has an opinion and she’s not afraid to express her opinion. And she loves this man who she sometimes questions. Chrissy you’re a beautiful girl, you could have anybody you want to but she loves this man.

I felt they tried too hard to be something that they weren’t, they tried so hard to fill a role. ‘Well I’m gonna be this one. I’m gonna be like Stevie, I’m gonna be Joseline. I’m gonna be like so and so’. And I felt like they weren’t authentic to themselves. And you can’t lie to an audience. You guys, the audience, you guys are so smart because you understand when something’s fake – ‘Girl, she ain’t really do that, that’s fake. I ain’t watching her she ain’t real – no girl I ain’t watching  that.’ But when you [see] someone like Stevie J., Joseline, and Mimi and K.Michelle and all these wonderful people you’re like ‘Oh that’s real’. You’re fascinated by how real these people are.

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