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Stevie J Addresses Being Fired From “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta”

Stevie J and Faith Evans

Stevie J has broken his silence on reports that he was fired from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.

While he didn’t speak specifically on whether or not he was fired from the show, Stevie J did admit that he will be off Love & Hip Hop Atlanta for a full season. The VH1 reality TV show is getting ready to premiere season 8 later this month, and there are a lot of chatters about who will be leaving and who will be staying. Urban Islandz confirmed that Spice would be a major fixture on the upcoming season of LHHATL.

In a message to his followers on Twitter, Stevie J said, “Not returning for a full season. No need.”

At the end of his statement, he said “no need” which could be interpreted as a shot towards the Love and Hip Hop franchise. Stevie J has been a major cast on the Atlanta franchise for the past four seasons where we saw his ups and downs with his baby mamas Mimi Faust and Joseline Hernandez.

Since last week, rumors started making the rounds that Stevie was fired from the show because of his bossy personality where he would act like a big shot and boss around the producers during filming. He didn’t address those reports directly, and shortly after he sent out this tweet, we saw him posted a video of himself and his wife Faith Evans with film crews rolling.

Perhaps Stevie is sending a message that he and Faith Evans have their own reality TV show coming or maybe they’re working on another project that he is teasing. It sure doesn’t do anything to dispel rumors that he was fired from Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. “Knowledge is power. #DaJordansStory,” he wrote. “Everyone has a story to tell, our turn. #DaJordans.” Watch the video below.

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