Friday, July 1, 2022

Masika Kalysha Fired from TV Show After Disastrous Sex Trafficking Stunt

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*Masika Kalysha has been fired from the show “Double Cross” after faking her own kidnapping.

The singer and reality TV star is catching heat for an epic fail of a promotional stunt for her OnlyFans account. 

Earlier this week, the former “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star posted a disturbing clip on Instagram of her bloodied and bruised and claiming to have been kidnapped. Clad in lingerie, she tearfully claimed her kidnappers wouldn’t let her go unless people subscribed to her OnlyFans account and left tips.

“I’ve been kidnapped. I’m in a warehouse somewhere. Idk where! I’m so scared!” she captioned the video. “They took all my money and they want more! Please! Help Me! Click the link in my bio & Subscribe to my only fans and tip me so they’ll let me go!!! They’re coming!!!!”

Many of her followers weren’t buying it, and they called her out for doing the most for money. 

READ MORE: Masika Kalysha Catches Heat for Fake Kidnapping to Promote OnlyFans Account


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#TSRUpdatez: It looks like #MasikaKalysha’s attempt to help bring an end to child and human trafficking may have backfired and caused her an acting role. According to the @blast, the former “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” cast member has been fired from the show “Double Cross,” which airs on UMC. _____________________________________ The site reports that the skit didn’t sit too well with the show’s producers and executives. They reportedly asked her to make a public apology after she posted the skit, however, she refused and stood her ground about the video being made to raise awareness for the cause. _____________________________________ After an extensive discussion, the show’s creator reportedly decided that she wanted to part ways with Masika and remove her from the show. The show, ironically also centers around the same topic, as two siblings team up to save women in their neighborhood from sex trafficking. As previously reported, after—read more at

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We previously reported… Kalysha responded to the criticism in a follow up video confirming she had not been kidnaped. The fake kidnapping was allegedelly part of a project about sex trafficking.

“Double Cross” features two sisters fighting against the sex trafficking of young girls. Masika was tapped to star in the second season, Hot New Hip Hop reports.

“Now that I got your attention, I want to talk about something very important. Sorry if I scared you, but sometimes you need that shock factor,” she said in the video. “… I’m on set right now filming for my new show—this is all camera makeup. I’m totally fine, you guys … This is a very challenging role for me because this is something I am very passionate about and shooting this show, I’ve done a lot of research and I’ve had to dig deep and I just, you know, found out things that I never wanted to know.” 

Meanwhile, the creators of “Double Cross” condemned the stunt.

Christel Gibson, the creator of the show, reportedly pressured Masika into issuing a public apology. When she refused to do so, she was axed from the show. 

“In light of the offensive video posted by Masika Kalysha while on the set of our series, ‘Double Cross,’ we’ve made the decision to part ways with her immediately and will be recasting her role,” said UMC, the show’s streaming service, in a statement to The Blast. “‘Double Cross’ was created to shed light on the horrors of sex trafficking and we strongly condemn any inclination that such a serious issue should be made light of.”


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#UMC releases a statement in the wake of parting ways with #MasikaKalysha!!

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Ny MaGee
Ny MaGee is an entertainment reporter with over 15 years of experience working in the film industry in areas including production and post-production, marketing, distribution, and acquisitions. She has worked for legendary film producer Roger Corman, Quentin Tarantino's production team at Miramax, the late Larry Flynt, MTV/ VH1, Hallmark Channel, Paramount, Jim Henson Co., Parade Magazine, and various LA-based companies representing above-the-line talent.




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