Turn down for what?! The “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” cast stepped out to party it up as their brand new reality show gears up to hit our televisions. Peep pics of Reginae Carter, Toya Wright, Tiny Harris, Zonnique Pullins, Shad Moss (Bow Wow), Jermaine Dupri, his daughter Shaniah and more inside….
Tiny Harris put her marital issues aside to accompany her daughter Zonnique Pullins at the Atlanta premiere of her upcoming spin-off reality series “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta.” The event was held at Woodruff Arts Center and several Atlanta celebrities and their kids came out to celebrate.
Zonnique and her former OMG Girlz band mate Reginae Carter will be reuniting on the show as cameras follow them on their journey to creating their own empires.
The grandmas came out too! We see you Nita (Toya's mom) and Dianne (Tiny's mom).
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss Tucker and her daughter Riley Burruss came out to support. Hmm…will Riley catch the reality TV bug?
Bow Wow, who executive produces the show, rolled up on the scene with a new chick on his arm. He hit the carpet with “Bad Girls Club” star Winter Blanco by his side. Hmm…maybe we’ll see what’s up with these two on the show.
Hip Hop producer Jermaine Dupri and his daughter Shaniah served up cute father-daughter vibes on the carpet.
And here's a shocker on the carpet...
Reality star Mama June made her way to the event to show off her new, trimmed bod. She brought her daughter Honey Boo Boo along with her to meet Bow Wow.
The Flockas were there. Rapper Waka Flocka and his wife Tammy Rivera, keeping it stylish in a printed two-piece, came out to party. Cute!
"Growing Up Hip Hop" star Kristinia Debarge was in the mix and mingle with her "GUHHH" family.
Rapper/radio personality Da Brat and "Braxton Family Values" star Trina Braxton posed up together on the carpet.
After the premiere, it was the after party and time for the ATL turn up:
We spotted "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" star Karlie Redd in VIP. No Ceasar?
Both of Lil Scrappy's exes, Erica Dixon and Bambi, were in the mix.
And Waka's mom Deb Antney came out for the fun.
"Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta" premieres tomorrow, Mary 25th at 10pm EST on WEtv.
Photos: Paras Griffin/James Pray