Toya Wright may be joining the mix on VH1’s upcoming spin-off "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta."
Who will fans be watching when"Love& Hip Hop: Atlanta" makes its big debut? A list of names have been tossed around, but a new round of gossip has added a few more to the roster.
According to TheYBF.com, Toya is rumored to be getting involved with the show in some way, but it’s not immediately clear how. Whether she has a role behind the camera or in front of it remains to be seen.
StraightFromTheA.com reports, though, that production for "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" has been underway for at least a couple of weeks. Rapper Rasheeda and her hubby/manager Kirk Frost, however, have been getting plenty of camera time because they are in line to be the center of the "Love & Hip Hop" spin-off. Aside from a glimpse at her married life, VH1 will give viewers an inside look at the challenges of trying to keep her music career afloat.
Reportedly, producer Stevie J and his girlfriend (known only as "MiMi") have also signed on for the show. Stevie, who once dated Eve, was a producer at Bad Boy during then ’90s when Diddy still went by Sean "Puffy" Combs. You might know his work from "Only You" by 112 and Notorious B.I.G.’s hit "Mo Money, Mo Problems" just to name a few.
Supposedly MiMi is making quite a splash on set as she’s said to be causing a lot of drama during tapings.
StraightFromTheA.com also claims that Lil Scrappy and Diamond will be featured on the show. Diamond, however, denied her involvement tweeting, "I am NOT on LOVEANDHIPHOPATL LOL." Lil Scrappy hasn’t spoken about about his alleged casting, but his mom, known as Mama D, may also make an appearance on the show.