Game’s not exactly feeling the new class of "Love & Hip Hop" and he wants things back the way they were.
Who knew that Game was such an avid "Love & Hip Hop" fan.
"LHH" is a whole different show since Chrissy Lampkin left the show, effectively taking half the cast with her. Jim Jones, Mama Jones, Emily Bustamante and Somaya Reece left the show at the end of last season.
With five slots to fill on "LHH," creator Mona Scott-Young was left to almost entirely recast the hit reality show. Joe Budden, Tahiry, Consequence, Jen "The Pen" Bayer were added to the new cycle. This left series vets Yandy Smith, Olivia Longott and Rich Dollaz to head up the show.
As a fellow VH1 reality star, Game isn’t exactly feeling the changes. "The new Love & Hip Hop New York WACK AS F*CK," he tweeted.
Certainly the new cast brings a new feel to the show as Joe struggles with addiction while trying to maintain a friendship with his ex-love Tahiry. Meanwhile Rich and Erica Mena figure out how to separate business from pleasure.
Clearly a fan of the entire franchise, Game questioned, "Who r these b!tches ? Bring back Jimmy & Chrissy or hurr da f*ck up wit Love & Hip Hop ATL!"