With the success of the “Love & Hip Hop“ franchise, one would think pseudo celebs, wanna-be’s and rising stars would be beating down Mona Scott-Young’s door to be on the L.A. season of the expanding empire. However, VH1 producers are having a hard time finding a-list talent to anchor the forthcoming reality season.
According to TMZ, Vh1 was eying Ray J to headline the L.A. version of the show but he’s caught up with “The Bad Girls Club” (Boo. He would have been perfect). As of now, they’ve signed on singer Brooke Valentine, radio DJ Yesi Ortiz, rapper Hazel-E and video vixen Bria Myles.
We wonder who else could fill the shows of Stevie J and Peter Gunz…
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Ray J Turns Down ‘Love & Hip Hop L.A.’, Producers Looking For Cast was originally published on hellobeautiful.com