I understand people want more money and more say in the editing process, but I don’t think they really have a leg to stand on. First off, the last season of “Love & Hip Hop New York” wasn’t as good as the first two seasons. That fact was proven in its ratings. Secondly, viewers barely knew anybody on the cast. Sure, Joe Budden has a loyal following, but how many of those dudes are actually DVRing anything on VH1? I’m all for Mona Scott-Young, the executive producer, just shelving “Love & HipHop New York” and focusing on the Atlanta cast.
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