I’ve been getting my weekly dose of drama watching Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta with Shad Moss a.k.a Bow Wow, Brandon Barnes (Waka Flocka’s Brother), Zonnique Pullins (T.I. & Tiny’s Daughter), Reginae Carter (Lil Wayne’s Daughter), Ayana (DJ Hurricane’s Daughter) and Shaniah (Jermaine Dupri’s Daughter). I knew from watching the first episode that I was going to be sensitively drawn in due to some of the issues that take place on the show like strained relationships with friends and family.
There are a few cast members that are my favorite! I can’t pick just one. First and foremost I love Debra Attney, she is the no sugar coating mom that you need in your life. I giggle every time someone explains her personality. She’s definitely a business woman but, will be quick to put you in your place if you come at her incorrectly or disrespect her. I can appreciate Bow Wow sharing his life with us while continuing to pursue his career, trying to balance being a father and his relationship with his daughter’s mother.
Zonnique Pullins was in the Girl Group the OMG Girlz and she is now stepping out on her own to pursue a solo career. I believe with the correct guidance and if she makes it a priority she will do great things! Ayanna the aspiring fashion designer totally cracks me up! The way she is when in a relationship to having confessed to having anger issues and not wanting to be put in situations that will trigger her anger and potentially hurt someone if it gets physical. I can appreciate her honesty and knowing what her boundaries are. I wouldn’t want to be put in a situation that would trigger my anger.
The whole Brandon Barnes and Reginae Carter Beef over #BlackLivesMatter and Lil Wayne escalated more than it should have. I know that pride can be a heck of a thing to put to the side but, no one wanted to own up to the drama and apologies. Sometimes, you have to know when to hold em’, know when to fold em’, know when to walk away and know when to run. This situation could have gotten really nasty, especially with the parents involved. We don’t want those problems! Keep the peace!
I enjoyed the appearances from Da Brat, Snoop Dog and so many other legendary celebrities. Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta airs on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. EST on WeTV. Tune in and get your dose of hip hop drama. Have you tuned in to see Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta? #GUHHATL
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