WEtv Reportedly Developing New Reality Show About Hollywood Parents with Ray J, Too Short & More

“We’re ready for our close up… and our paychecks!”

A new series coming to WEtv will give viewers an inside look at the lives of Hollywood parents. 

TheJasmineBRAND exclusively revealed that the network behind Growing Up Hip Hop and series spin-offs Growing Up Hip Hop: New York and Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta, is working on a non-scripted reality show that will feature a group of Hollywood parents.

According to the site, among the celebrity parents set to appear on the new series are Ray J and his wife Princess Love, along with the couple’s daughter Melody

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Ray J, of course, is no stranger to reality TV, having previously appeared on For the Love of Ray J, Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business (which he appeared on with sister Brandy Norwood) as well as Celebrity Big Brother. The rapper/singer/sex tape co-star of Kim Kardashian shared the news of his latest reality TV venture on Instagram, featuring another Hollywood parent set to appear on the WEtv show, rapper Too Short (pictured with his daughter in the photo below). 

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Rumored to be rounding out the cast is Masika Kalysha, who shares a daughter with rapper Fetty Wap. According to her Instagram, she is also the CEO (or rather “SheEO” as she calls herself) of Khari Barbie Cosmetics

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Unbreakable bond… #kharibarbiesmermaidparty

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A premiere date for the new series has yet to be announced. 

(Photos: Instagram) 

8 Comments

  1. Man, these are some real bargain bin “celebrities”. I haven’t even heard of half of them. Can’t we get Chrissy Tiegan, The Rock, and Jennifer Garner? I’d watch them.


  2. These people flash money, but they don’t have it. The cars are leased and the houses are rented, I’d bet $$ on it.


    1. TBH I don’t think this show would be misleading like 16&P and the Teen Mom shows do. The people on this show are grown, already have money, produce music or have some sort of business venture, etc. I think it’s more so going to show that these people are celebrities – but they are normal just like us, they have to deal with the same things as we do parenting and raising children.

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