Lil Twist Calls ‘GUHH’ Co-Stars ‘Fake’ for Criticizing Show Over Alleged Fake Beefs
This arrives after Egypt Criss announces her exit from the WE tv reality series, saying, ‘I respect myself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves me, grows me or makes me happy.’
- May 21, 2020
AceShowbiz – While most of “Growing Up Hip Hop” stars, including Romeo Miller and Egypt Criss, took to their respective social media accounts to call out the show’s producers, Lil Twist was not one of them. If anything, the rapper blasted his co-stars who accused the show’s producers of orchestrating drama for ratings.
Writing on his Twitter account, Twist stated on Tuesday, May 19, “Ima keep it 100 I find it kind of fake that NOW AFTER 5 SEASONS these people talking bout how they being portrayed… I ain’t even been on a full 2 seasons these producers don’t know me like they know y’all.. y’all been in business with these folk way longer than I have.”
In another tweet he said, “Tryna make it seem to the masses that this s**t is all scripted and written up to LOOK like the way it’s actually being shown.. LISTEN PEOPLE THIS S**T IS 100 percent real.. of course the producers gone do they job to keep up with what WE ARE giving them.. day after day….”
“So if it is fake…. why I don’t look like a weird a** crybaby that’s b****in over a joke?” he continued. “Or why I don’t like a n****a that paint his face and wear press on nails? Ohh that’s cause I’m only give these producers and the people that watch WHAT I WANT THEM TO SEE . can’t trick twist.”
Concluding his rant, Twist stated, “Moral of the story ONLY GIVE OFF WHAT U WANT THE WORLD TO SEE, AND DONT GET MAD WHEN THEY SEE IT AND MAKE AN OPINION ON IT. ITS TV. #ItWasAllGoodJustAWeekAgo #NowItsAnACTUALCoolN_OnTheShowEverybodyQuittin coo now we get to see something entertaining.”
This arrives after Egypt announced her exit from the WE tv reality series. “I respect myself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves me, grows me or makes me happy,” she said 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.”
Egypt isn’t the only cast member who is critical towards the way they’re portrayed on “Growing Up Hip Hop”. Romeo previously slammed “Growing Up Hip Hop” producers for allegedly creating “fake drama” with Angela Simmons.
Responding to an article which claimed that “things get awkward” between him and Angela, Romeo tweeted in February, “Literally was dealing with my autie death and hopped on a plane right after this scene to make her funeral.Great editing tho. Was literally in and out and came to show love to Egypt for HER engagement.” He added, “Yall gotta stop with the fake drama, but that’s why I left the show.”
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