Jojo Simmons Calls out the ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ Cast After Controversial Altercation

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Chaos ensued on the latest episode of GUHH.

Growing Up Hip Hop” has been a hot topic on social media after the recent episode. On the episode, Lil Twist threw a “shindig” to celebrate his good news. He recently was hit with a gun charge. And he was worried that he would have to spend time in prison. However, his lawyer was able to only have Lil Twist walk away with probation instead. So he figured the party would be nothing but good vibes. And it was until Sakoya Wynter and her cousin Devin Hailey walked in. Sakoya didn’t leave the best first impression because of her past words about Angela Simmons. She had previously told Savanah Jordan she wasn’t sure about being around Angela. In the past, Angela dated her child’s father.

Interestingly enough, Savannah repeated this. It got back to Tanice Simmons. Plus, Sakoya was offended when Tanice innocently said that she and her mother looked like sisters. So she couldn’t tell who was the mother and who was the daughter. Given Sakoya’s feelings about Angela, she mistook this for shade. Words were exchanged, and a pregnant Tanice had to be restrained after Sakoya tried to toss her drink on Tanice. Sakoya had no idea Tanice was pregnant.

Given that Sakoya realized she went about things in the wrong way with Tanice, she apologized to Jojo Simmons at the party. Jojo appreciated her apology. However, Savannah was unmoved. She wasn’t willing to move past the shady tweet exchange she had with Sakoya and Devin. After Savannah told Sakoya to go take care of her son, Sakoya got upset. The episode ended with Savannah and Cree running up on Sakoya.

Well, Cree and Savannah have been receiving a lot of backlash from GUHH fans. And Jojo took to social media to vent about his disappointment with the show.

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