Sincere Show Reveals ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ Is Fake! Quits Show Over Too Much Drama And Creative Editing
After “Dance Moms” scripted drama controversy, another show was exposed! Read on for more details.
“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” reality fakery made Sincere Show revealed the truth as he quits the show over too much creative editing.
The spin-off of “Love & Hip Hop” has been on the scene as different entertainment news sites headline the show multiple times ever since the Miami native, Latin entertainer Joseline Hernandez revealed that the show was completely fake!
Hernandez said the reality TV show was a sham during in her statement earlier this year. However, Show backed fire her and defended the VH1 series.
According to Show, the Hollywood based show was not fake, it was not scripted at all and everything is real. But now, after denying the controversy, Sincere turns the table and claimed that the show is getting too much showbiz.
Based on the report of Radar Online, the LA night club promoter revealed that the show is becoming more and more scripted than ever. The fake drama was the reason why he decided to secretly quit.
Show added that he gave up working with VH1 series after filming Season 2 for two months.
Moreover, he confirmed that he actually got out of his contract, and the show cast him in a different way. Adding that the way the creators cast him was different from what he is, from how the show portrayed him as a businessman. They made him look like he’s not Sincere Show as they want him to be viewed a very different angle, and he doesn’t like it so quit in “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.”
He also hinted the reality fakery behind the scenes, stating that: “Who knows, I think scripted TV is coming back in a big way …” he said.
On the other hand, Wetpaint reported that this isn’t the very first time someone from the “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” expressed her disappointment.
Aside from Joseline Hernandez and Sincere Show, the franchise alum Erica Mena was also reported to be so worn-out being seen as the “bad guy.” She even claimed that the show never really showed the truth to the viewers.
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