Love and Hip Hop

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 14+

Reality rap soap puts emphasis on being sexy, aiding men.

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age 17+

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Love and Hip Hop....helping black children learn to be in the most destructive relationships they can possibly be is all the other shows that teach all of our kids to be in destructive dead end relationships that will end in child and drug abuse and poverty. Its sickening. 16 and Pregnant. ALL OF THESE TRASH SHOWS ARE SATANIC AND SICKENING.

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age 18+

Love & Hip Hop Franchise

Love and Hip Hop after 6 years did an ultimate cross over of all cast members from New York, Atlanta, Hollywood, and Miami. Performers, producers, managers, models, R&B and Hip-hop artist in the industry that have appeared since they aired on VH1 in 2014 come on TV and look back at some of the most memorable scenes. Love & Hip Hop documents the personal and “professional” lives of several well-known celebrities like Jim Jones, Cardi B, K Michelle, Ray J, Remy Ma, and Joseline Hernandez. This media franchise was used to not only make money in the Tv industry but also to promote and launch careers. Through fashion and music these celebrities use their lives to entertain viewers. This show has catty fights, drinks flying, and drama that narrates a soap opera. Different backgrounds, attitudes, and values are what brings this show together and is described as returning viewers, “guilty pleasure”. I think that Love and Hip Hop reminds us that celebrities are real people and go through real life issues. Although, some of it looks staged and others may say it’s all fabricated the show represents societal struggles and success through the music industry. In the new season, cast members react to unseen footage and spill tea about the show’s most unforgettable moments. This “family reunion” edition hosted by Kendall Kyndall gives viewers insight on new celebrity gossip.

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Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking

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