Obnoxious Report!  “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” Male Cast Reportedly Refusing To Film With The Show’s New Gay Couple

Posted on August 13, 2015


  Follow me on Twitter @WilliamGMcCray and Instagram @SirWilliamGMcCrayIII to keep up on the latest!  The new season of “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” hasn’t even begun airing yet but we are already hearing about some of the behind the scenes drama going down with the cast.

We just told you last night that the show’s second season which premieres on September 7, is set to introduce its first male gay couple from the franchise. In case you missed that!  Wonder will Milan’s sex tape and rumors of his being an escort and committing credit card fraud will surface during the show.  In addition, to his claim that he is Berry Gordy’s stepson.  Obnoxious Media is not sure if this alleged relationship is true or a made up storyline to get Milan and Miles on the show.   

The addition of the gay couple to the show will bring a different and much needed dynamic to the show, to showcase what men who are in homosexual relationship’s go through–specifically those men in the industry. Well it looks as though the new cast members are getting a taste of that according to TMZ.

The newest member of “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” believes he’s being shunned by cast members because they don’t want to share the small screen with an openly gay rapper.


Milan Christopher has been filming for 3 weeks, but we’re told the majority of rappers on the show are shunning him. Rappers on the show include Ray J, Soulja Boy, Omarion, and Mally Mall.

We’re told a number of the rappers are upset with producers for hiring Milan … not because he’s gay but because he has no cred in the rap game. They believe producers hired Milan as a “sideshow” and a “circus” to goose ratings.

 Milan, who calls himself a rapper/model, has worked with big rappers, but mostly as a writer.

We’re told at least 3 of the rappers on the show have made it clear to producers … they don’t want to film scenes with Milan. They won’t show up to parties or other events where Milan is present.

The rappers say they want nothing to do with Milan because he’s a joke, but we’re told Milan’s made it clear to producers the other rappers have made their feelings about gay rappers obvious.

 If the reports are true, we aren’t the least bit surprised. Although the world has become more progressive and open minded to the LGBT community, there are still very small minded people out there who aren’t as progressive–specifically in the hip hop community. We will have to wait and see how it all goes down when the show returns to VH1 on September 7.