The guys are definitely dominated in Mona Scott-Young‘s latest “Love & Hip Hop” spin-off!

Whispers of a new West Coast “L&HH” spin-off were true, but VH1 rolled out a press release with a few changes. For starters, the show’s going to be titled “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” not “Love & Hip Hop: LA” as everyone had been calling it.

Then there’s the casting. Typically, the women are the main draw for any “Love & Hip Hop” roster, but it seems like Mona went in a different direction this time. Why? Because it seems the male members of the cast may snag more viewers than the women will initially. Once viewers get to know the girls, that could change. For now, though, viewers will likely be tuning in for the boys.

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It’s no surprise to see Ray J and Teairra Mari are going to be on “L&HHH,” there’s been gossip about them filming the show for months. Remember that fight Teairra got in earlier this year? VH1 cameras were rolling! She’s dabbled in the “L&HH” world before as she had a supporting role on season 2 of the New York edition.

B2K fans will be squealing with joy since both Omarion and Lil Fizz will be featured as part of the central cast. Viewers should probably expect to see Omarion preparing to be a daddy, since his girlfriend Apryl Jones delivered their son earlier this month.

After years of chatter that Soulja Boy would pop up in the franchise one way or another (it was originally speculated that he’d appear alongside Diamond on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”), the rumors are finally true! Soulja Boy signed on to join “L&HHH”!

Young Berg will be there, too (*side eye*). Moving on!

Hazel E (pictured above with Teairra) will be representing for the ladies alongside the “Sponsor” singer. DJ Yesi Ortiz, Sincere and Nikki Murdariss will also be getting some screen time for “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” which debuts September 15 at 8 p.m. on VH1!

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