“Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” newcomer Milan Christopher claims the guys on the show are keeping their distance…refusing to tape with him because…he’s gay. Get those deets and find out who the new cast mates are inside….
A new season of “LAHH Hollywood” is gearing up to premiere next month. And there’s already drama unfolding behind-the-scenes. First, Teairra Mari was arrested for allegedly attacking an Uber driver a few weeks ago. Now, one of the new cast members claims some of his co-stars are shunning him.
Self-proclaimed rapper/model Milan Christopher claims the guys on the show don’t want to film with him, party with him or attend any events where he’ll be present. And it’s all because he’s an openly gay male…at least that’s what he believes.
TMZ reports there are 3 rappers on the show who don’t want to shoot scenes with Milan. But, there’s only one rapper on the show and that’s Soulja Boy. The other guys include Ray J, Omarion, and Lil Fizz. (FYI--Mally Mall has not been confirmed to be returning at the time of this post). So, we're not sure which of them are feeling some type of way.
It’s being reported the reason they don’t want anything to do with him is because they don’t view him as a real rapper…NOT because he’s gay. It’s alleged the guys who spoke with producers felt like they only brought him on the show to help boost ratings. Hmph. They feel he’s a joke and made it clear they want nothing to do with him.
Play nice guys!
Below are a few more pics of Milan:
He clearly has NO problem taking it all off.
As for the upcoming season....
It appears we’ll be seeing a lot more of Milan as this season will follow his relationship with another man, Miles, who seems to be in a love triangle, stuck between Milan and his childhood sweetheart Amber.
Below is a synopsis via press release:
This season of "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" will explore one of the most complex relationships in franchise history. Miles, a west coast rapper, who was raised with church values bravely faces his truth, when he realizes he's in love with Milan, an openly gay man. The struggle becomes complicated for Miles because his best friend and childhood sweetheart, Amber, is still in love with him. The season follows Miles and Milan's difficult and emotional journey as they deal with the stigmas often associated with intimate relationships between black men in the music industry.
So who’s returning? Ray J and Princess Love will still be going through their relationship issues. We’ll see Omarion and Apryl Jones tackle parenthood while O continues working on his solo album. Moniece has a new love interest…."LAHH NY" vet Rich Dollaz. Lordt! While Moniece tries her hand with Rich, her baby daddy Lil Fizz is happily living the single life while juggling fatherhood. Soulja Boy and Nia Riley’s relationship is still rocky. Teairra Mari will become friends with someone unlikely (guess we’ll have to watch to find out). Hazel-E is still working on her rap career after breaking her nose in an accident in Dubai. A single Nicki Mudarris returns and she’s looking for love…no more Mally Mal.
And below are short bios on the new cast mates:
As a very successful entrepreneur, rapper/producer and model, Milan is on top of the world. The only thing that could make his life happier is if he could get his boyfriend, Miles to live openly with him and start a family.
LA native Miles, aka Sir Brock, is a rapper and songwriter in the hip hop industry. Miles, who struggles with the conflict between his Christian upbringing and his relationship with Milan, also fears the repercussions he may face from the hip hop industry for being in a same sex relationship.
Amber, a talented up-and-coming rapper from LA is 2015's personification of an 'Around The Way Girl.' While not so lucky in love, Amber proves nothing and no man can hold her down or keep her star from rising.
Rapper and actress Brandi and her husband, superstar hitmaker Max Lux, join the cast this season. The goddaughter of Whitney Houston, Brandi's connections in the music business run deep. Brandi, who co-starred with Ray J on the VH1 series "For The Love of Ray J" is now signed to Ncredible Entertainment, Nick Cannon's label and is ready to take the industry by storm.
“LAHH Hollywood” returns to the small screen Monday, September 7th at 8pm ET on VH1. Will you be tuning in?
Photos: Milan's IG