For the past 11 years, VH1’s Love & Hip Hop has provided those with a guilty pleasure for reality television with one of the premiere shows to see the best drink-throwing, hair-pulling, baby-momma drama.
Now, it appears the series will be making its way to Hollywood — no, not a Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood spinoff! — following rumors that LHH will soon be made into a feature film.
The Jasmine Brand is exclusively reporting the news, with sources telling the outlet that it will be a fictional project with a script currently in the works. It’s believed that creators on the original series are working together in terms of production of the film, although it hasn’t been made clear whether fan-favorite cast members will be included as well.
The series in its original form documents the personal and professional lives of hip-hop personalities in various positions, from artists and managers to record producers and party promoters. The shows are divided by city — spinoffs currently include Atlanta, Hollywood, Miami and the original New York cast — with some finding the proclaimed real-life drama to be scripted in itself. With that said, the rumored film actually wouldn’t be too far off from its source material.
We can’t begin to imagine what they’ll actually come up with in terms of a plot, or which city will get the most love on film —maybe a new one will be introduced! All we can hope is that Mona Scott-Young doesn’t jump the shark too much when it comes to this upcoming fictional version of Love & Hip-Hop.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated as more information is made available, but check out a supercut featuring some of our favorite moments from Love & Hip Hop below and then let us know if you’d be interested in watching a movie version of the show:
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