VH1 has had to beef up security measures on the set of "Love & Hip Hop" following the season 2 premiere.
For those who thought Monday night’s brawl between Chrissy Lampkin and Kimbella was bad, consider yourself warned. It might get worse as the season wares on.
Producers for the VH1 reality show have banned all glass and metal silverware from the set after several bloody battles among the cast members. Instead, the network has leveled an all-plastic policy, according to TMZ.com.
That means that Chrissy, Kimbella, Emily Bustamante, Somaya Reece, Olivia and Yandy Smith will be dining with plastic utensils and flatware. And the same policy applies when heading out for drinks as the ladies will be toasting with plastic cups.
Emily told TMZ that the incident in the season 2 premiere clinched it for producers who are tired of all the on-set injuries—some of which have supposedly required stitches!
So far, viewers have only seen one fight this season, but there’s been buzz that Chrissy may have come to blows with Yandy, who once managed Chrissy’s fiancé Jim Jones.
Oh, but wait…there’s more!
Reportedly, each woman is now required to be escorted by bodyguards at all times—even when cameras aren’t rolling—just in case another fight pops off.
Efforts to reach out to VH1 for comment on the matter had not been returned as of press time.