When That Grape Juice spoke with ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ creator Mona Scott Young, she promised that the Miami branch of the franchise would be bringing something new to the table.
And, after just three episodes, it’s clear she meant it.
Indeed, viewers have observed a different aesthetic, different sound, and different storylines. The latter of which includes the playing out of a gay love triangle – between rapper Bobby Lytes (Trina’s cousin), Jeffrey, and Malik.
The move, which some have hailed as brazen for depicting more variety as pertains to gay men, has generated critique from some corners of the net. Namely homophobes.
See what we mean below…
Taking to Twitter, a series of problematic tweets flooded the platform. Case in point:
Not all shared this sentiment, though. There were more positive responses (though some remained cautious):
So what’s your take? Weigh in below…