Romeo reportedly quit ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’

NEW YORK – Romeo Miller attends WE tv’s “Growing Up Hip Hop” premiere party at Haus on Dec. 10, 2015, in New York City. (Photo by Raymond Hagans/Steed Media Service)

Rapper and businessman Romeo Miller reportedly has ended his tenure on the popular We TV show “Growing Up Hip Hop,”  according to The Jasmine Brand and Hot New Hip Hop.

The son of rap legend Master P has been conspicuously absent from the reality show, which focuses on the lives of hip-hop icons’ sons and daughters.

Romeo, 30, whose full name is Percy Romeo Miller Jr., has ridden with the show since its inception in 2016. He is also listed as one of GUHH’s executive producers.

Romeo may have departed from the show due to some conflict he has with the production people. Hot New Hip Hop reports that he has been dissatisfied with being thrown into a fake love triangle involving Angela Simmons. He had posted several messages indicating his dissatisfaction with being portrayed as the bad guy in the Romeo-Simmons feud.

Adding fuel to the fire is the fact that Romeo no longer acknowledges his affiliation with GUHH on his social media platforms.

Romeo posted a message on his Instagram page on Wednesday, Feb. 12, which may also explain his sudden absence from GUHH. He has been hosting his MTV show, “Ex on the Beach,” in New Zealand since 2018.

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I still remember when I left to film my MTV show @exonthebeach in New Zealand. It was a last minute decision and I had to clear my entire schedule including Co hosting GMA for the month. I was on my best training regime to date, it was finally summer, the girl I liked started showing interest and my beard started to finally grow in ha. Ok back to my point, my message; don’t be afraid to step away from your comfort zone. God’s plans are much greater than ours. I’m happier and wiser after my experience on the other side of the world. Stay focused and everything will work it self out. That’s my key ingredient for success, big faith. Tune into my hit show #EOTB Thursday nights at 9/8c. Thanks. -RM

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Terry Shropshire
Terry Shropshire

A military veteran and Buckeye State native, I've written for the likes of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle and the Detroit Free Press. I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes. #GoBucks





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