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VH1’s newest reality show “Sorority Sisters” seemed like a familiar continuation to the network’s lineup of television shows. The first episode drew 1.3 million viewers, but just several episodes later what producers thought would blossom into a profitable addition to the “Love & Hip Hop” and “Basketball Wives” franchise was removed from the air. The backlash from viewers…

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  The controversial VH1 show “Sorority Sisters” is for all purposes cancelled, but the fallout continues. First Alpha Kappa Alpha took action by suspending cast members from their organization, and now Delta Sigma Theta has taken action against five Deltas from the show. Delta Sigma Theta announced on their websites that cast members Lydia Mitchell,…

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Wow, Black people spoke up and their voices were actually heard at VH1. Apparently, the boycott of sponsors and harsh criticism of the reality show “Sorority Sisters” has reached its goal and the show is being canceled. All three remaining episodes will air this coming Friday. the last three episodes will air at 9:30, 10:20…

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The show “Sorority Sisters” on VH1 has been the subject of wide controversy. Because of the over-the-top demeanor of the cast who are members of prominent Black Greek letter organizations, there have been calls to boycott the show and press for removal from the airwaves. Now at least one sorority has taken action against a member…

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  The controversial VH1 reality series “Sorority Sisters” has brought the hidden world of Black Greek life to the small screen. However the show’s portrayal of petty back biting Black women has been negatively received by many. Already there has been a call for a national boycott of sponsors who advertise on the show. The…

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VH1’s “Sorority Sisters” has set off a firestorm on Twitter since the trailer originally aired this past summer. The reality TV series premiered on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014, and it unnerved members of the Divine 9 and Black Twitter using the hashtag #BoycottSororitySisters. The protests by Black Greeks and Twitter led to many brands withdrawing their advertising. Check out…

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Reality TV starlet and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. doesn’t mince words in her comments about VH1’s latest reality TV series, “Sorority Sisters,” which debuted on Monday, December 15, 2014 and has been the number one trending topic on Twitter since it’s airing (at the time of this writing.) Protests are underway and…

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VH1’s new reality show, “Sorority Sisters” is causing a lot of ruckus with it’s TV debut. The show, which focuses on a group of ladies from the prominent African American sororities, has rubbed many active and alumnae chapter sisters the wrong way. Feeling angry and misrepresented, many sorority sisters fought back with angry memes and comments…

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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…

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