Entire ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ Cast Reportedly Fired

LHHATL cast fired
Reality TV fans could find themselves facing the end of an era, with a new bombshell dropping about long-running VH1 series Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.

According to Hollywood Life, the entire cast of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, including show staples K. Michelle, Stevie J, Joseline Hernandez and Mimi Faust, has been fired following a dramatic taping of the season 5 reunion show. While the reunion is yet to air, it is being reported that producers have already informed the cast that they won’t be needed for another season and are already scouting for new cast members.

While it has already been made clear that the cast has had some issues with the pecking order for the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast reunion special, last week, new cast member Tommie took to Instagram to claim that she’d been banned from attending the reunion at all.

#PressPlay : Oop looks like #Tommie won't be on the #LHHATL Reunion this year 👀 #Roommates what are your thoughts?

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According to The Shade Room, the reason behind Tommie’s absence stems from some legal trouble that she’s gotten herself into that won’t allow her to leave the city of Atlanta, which presented a problem for the reunion since it was filmed in New York.

Show creator Mona Scott-Young has since replied to rumors about Tommie’s banning, taking to Instagram to post a meme with the caption, “”When I heard that I banned Tommie from attending the reunion”.

"When I heard that I banned Tommie from attending the reunion". 😂😂😂#PleaseGetOffMyTimeLineWithThatBS

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The show producer has yet to respond to the firing reports, however, so LHHATL’s future still hangs in the balance.

While this looks could be the end of the road for Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, sources said that Love & Hip Hop New York and Hollywood are still going strong, and there might even be talks of adding more cities.

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*Edited and modified by Jasmine Ginyard