Monday, April 19, 2021

‘Love & Hip Hop New York’ Shake Up’; Season 9 Cast Drastically Scaled Back

*According to MTO News, a VH1 producer has spilled the tea on the upcoming season of “Love & Hip Hop New York,” and apparently there’s been a massive shake-up with the cast.

Executive producer Mona Scott-Young wants some fresh faces to help revive the poor ratings and bad reception of previous seasons.

The cast has reportedly been scaled back “due to fights, not enough storyline, unnecessary fighting/lack of dialogue, or for being boring and uninteresting.”

yandy smith

Here’s the reported list of who has been kicked to the curb:

1. Snoop

2. Dreamdoll

3. Mariahlynn

4. Brittaney Taylor

5. Bianca Bonnie

6. Lil Mo

7. Karl Dargan

8. Navarro Gray

9. DJ Self

10. James R

11. Ashley Diaz

12. Sophia Body

13. Grafh

14. Ayisha Diaz

15. JuJu ( will only make cameo appearances)

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The franchise is said to be going for a smaller cast for season 9.

Returning next season are:

Yandy Smith

Jonathon Ferndaz

Kiyanne

Jacquae

Anais

Ruben (Anais Husband)

Rich Dollaz

Safari

Remy Ma (appearance will be scaled back)

Papoose

Executives approached three fan favorites from previous seasons, according to the report:

1. Joe Budden

2. Cyn Santana

3. Kimbella

Maino and his girlfriend Maggie Carrie are also joining the cast, along with Dave East and his girlfriend Millie.

“Love and Hip Hop NY” returns December 2018 to VH1.

Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is a screenwriter and freelance reporter from Chicago -- currently living in Los Angeles and covering A-list entertainment for various outlets, including Emmys.com. She has worked for: Miramax, MTV & VH1, The Jim Henson Company, Hallmark Channel, Paramount Pictures, and for iconic indie film producer Roger Corman.

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