Egypt Criss, daughter to Sandra "Pepa" Denton, is the latest "Growing Up Hip Hop" star to quit the series.
The Growing Up Hip Hop sets seem to be imploding. For months, it's been suggested that members of the WEtv cast have been at odds with production. Master P and Romeo Miller announced their departure from the show after voicing their frustration with GUHH's Angela Simmons storyline. Romeo and Angela were once touted as possibly being the next "it" mogul couple of hip hop, but following their falling out, things became tense. The dismantling of their friendship was a key focus of this recent season, and the Millers wanted no part.
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Next came Bow Wow who shared on social media that he, too, was departing the popular series. His Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta co-star and longtime friend Da Brat suggested that Bow Wow may have been in his feelings when he made the announcement, but fans needed to wait and see what unfolded. After an explosive episode showing a violent altercation involving Briana Latrise, hip hop icon Pepa's daughter Egypt Criss has also shared that she will not return to the show.
"I respect myself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves me, grows me or makes me happy," the budding singer penned in a caption to a selfie on Instagram. "It’s time for me to rise from the ashes from being falsely represented to you, the people I love most, which is why I have decided to resign from Growing Up Hip Hop. #itsbeenreal #allgoodthingsmustcometoanend #movingforward." Check it out the post by Egypt Cris below.