In the photo, The Game is seated next to Mona, along with several other people who we can assume are a production crew. But the real clue that he’s possibly joining the show? Well, it all lies in the way The Game, born Jacyeon Terrell Taylor, captioned the photo:
“Business meeting with @MonaScottYoung@leauxsteez & the team...... Please do be scared !!!!!!!!!!#LHHLA.”
Sounds to us like The Game is looking to make his Love & Hip Hop debut — and it couldn’t have worked out any more perfectly for Mona. After all, The Game’s reality show, Married to The Game, is also on VH1, which would make for an easy transition from one show to the other on the same network.
As you may have heard, Mona initially sought out singer and reality TV star Ray-J to star in the L.A. franchise, but Ray-J’s obligations to Oxygen’s Bad Girls Club All Stars prevented him from joining the cast.
If The Game does join the LHHLA cast, he will appear alongside singer Brooke Valentine, radio DJ Yesi Ortiz, rapper Hazel-E, and video vixen Bria Myles, who are all reportedly attached to the project and currently filming.
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