Black Greeks target advertisers who support VH1’s #SororitySisters

Sorority Sisters

VH1 debuted it’s latest reality TV show, “Sorority Sisters,” Monday. The first hearing of this idea raised eyebrows and prompted a petition which garnered 40,000 signatures but it was to no avail. “Sorority Sisters,” which depicts members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., who according to VH1.com are “a group of ladies from the most prominent African American sororities. The women meet up in Atlanta to see how deep the sisterhood runs and well, of course, there were already tears and drama.”

Members of the respective organizations are not taking this one sitting down and are refusing to allow their Greek letters to be misrepresented or exploited in the name of entertainment. They are now going after advertisers who support this programming.

After the jump, check out what @alpha1906 posted on social media. He shows his support for the sisterhood by offering a real strategy to prohibit the show from airing future episodes.  

Yvette Caslin
Yvette Caslin

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