Romeo, who also serves as one of the show’s executive producers, removes the show on social media as she no longer puts ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ on the bio of his Instagram account.
AceShowbiz -It seems like fans will no longer be seeing Romeo Miller on “Growing Up Hip Hop“. A new report suggests that Romeo, who also serves as one of the executive producers of the VH1 TV series, has walked away from the show.
TheJasmineBrand claims that Romeo has exited the show due to a disagreement with production or the network.” a source shares to the site, “Romeo nor his father (Master P) would never go against their morals for money for any network.”
The insider continues saying, “He hasn’t been on much of this season and is focusing on his many businesses, career and his love life with new girlfriend. Romeo has nothing against the cast, they’re just growing apart and he rather explore the truth not a fake love triangle that the network is dragging out.”
Romeo also removes the show on social media. He no longer puts “Growing Up Hip Hop” on the bio of his Instagram account.
This arrives after his drama with “Growing Up Hip-Hop” co-star Angela Simmons after she was rumored to be asking Romeo to be the father figure of her 3-year-old son SJ after his father Sutton Tennyson died. Angela denied the rumors during her appearance on “The Real” earlier this month.
“See, that’s a very touchy and weird subject because I would never ask him or anyone to step up for my son,” she told Loni Love. “We have an amazing family. My dad. My brothers. I wouldn’t do that. I find that really strange if he said that.”
When pressed by Adrienne Houghton, Angela went on insisting that she never had those expectations of Romeo. “No, I wouldn’t ask anyone that. It’s an honor to be my son’s father or anyone who is going to be a role model to him. No way,” she shared.
The feud between Romeo and Angela started after Angela said she never heard from Romeo after the death of her son’s father. “After everything happened with me and my child’s father and what happened with my son, [Romeo] was like, ‘I’m going to be there for you,’ and he said this on TV,” Angela said during a previous interview with The Breakfast Club.
“If you say that — and I don’t care if we’re filming or not — really mean that because that really means a lot to me especially with what I have on my plate,” she went on saying at the time. “And to me, he didn’t step up at all. I don’t expect nobody to do nothing for me; that’s fine, but he didn’t step up. I still haven’t heard from him ’til this day. We’ve been in the same room and I haven’t heard from him… It’s not like this is something that’s fake.”
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