‘Love & Hip Hop’: Is This Controversial Star Getting Their Own Reality Show?
After it was reported last year that she could be joining another reality show, could this Love & Hip Hop star be getting her own series? A new report claims that the controversial television personality could be back on our screen soon.
Tommie Lee on ‘Love & Hip Hop’
Tommie Lee is one of the most controversial cast members in the franchise’s history, and is one of the most notable cast members to be introduced in a later season. She was a supporting cast member beginning in season 5 of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Lee then became a main cast member for seasons 6 and 7. She also appeared on the spinoff series, Leave it to Stevie.
The main storylines for Lee, whose real name is Atasha Chizzaah Jefferson, revolved around she and Scrapp DeLeon’s volatile relationship. She also had feuds with Joseline Hernandez.
Aside from that, her storylines included her battle with alcoholism and her relationship with her mother.
A report claims that this new show is coming
A new report from The Jasmine Brand alleges that Lee is getting her own reality show. While a network hasn’t been confirmed, the report says that the show would not be on VH1 like the Love & Hip Hop shows. The outlet also says the show would not be on WeTV.
“We’re told that the non-scripted show will focus on her personal and professional life,” the report reads.
Lee has had several legal issues over the year, including a charge from when she allegedly showed up to her daughter’s school and attacked her.
This isn’t Tommie Lee’s first reality show rumor
Last year, MTO News also published a report that claimed Lee could be joining We TV’s Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta. That report alleged that she would join her rumored boyfriend, Bow Wow. Nothing about that story has been confirmed yet, and Bow Wow and Lee have never confirmed if they have a relationship or not.
Lee stated last year that she would never return to the Love & Hip Hop franchise, saying, “that era is dead.”