Carlos King Claps Back After Critics of Monique Samuels Say LAMDC is Flopping

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Carlos King claps back at those who have been critical of LAMH and LAMDC’s ratings.

Love & Marriage: Huntsville” fans have been calling for some serious changes to be made to the show. Weeks ago, Melody Holt went on Instagram Live. And she said that she and Martell Holt weren’t okay with people talking about their children. Days prior, Miss Wanda said she didn’t believe that Martell fathered their youngest daughter. Before Melody could say more about the situation, she had to abruptly chase down Martell. She begged him not to fight anyone in front of their children. But it seemed as if something may have happened and fans suspect Martell came to blows with Marsau Scott.

Miss Wanda was blamed for the rumored altercation, so fans have been calling for her to be fired from the show. They even started an online petition which reached thousands of signatures.

Martell had fans thinking Wanda has been fired from the show. However, Marsau would later say that she hasn’t. And she will continue to film with her family. So some are refusing to watch the show.

“Love & Marriage: DC” has also received some criticism. Some have taken to social media to call the spinoff “boring.” Others have accused Monique Samuels of not being able to carry the show. In fact, they have called the show a flop based on the ratings.

Well, Carlos has been seeing the criticism and shade thrown at the ratings of his shows. So he took to Twitter to show off how well LAMH and LAMDC are actually doing in spite of those who have been critical.

He tweeted, “Thank you to the viewers. We are growers not show-er’s. ???? A franchise winning like this? Thank you, God. Shout out to the cast and crew. I’ll educate y’all on ratings on my podcast since a lot of folks swear they know about it ???? #LAMH #LAMDC @KingdomReignEnt.”

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