'Love And Hip-Hop New York' Season 4: Chris Brown Ex Draya From 'BBWLA' & 'LHHA's K Michelle To Join?
According to reports, the VH1 show producers have signed Draya Michele, a star from the network's cancelled reality show, Basketball Wives LA.
VH1's Love and Hip-Hop New York season 3 disappointed viewers and the drop in ratings has caused the show's producers to cast reality stars from other reality shows to appear on season 4.
According to a report, the VH1 show producers have signed Draya Michele, a star from the network's cancelled reality show, Basketball Wives LA.
Media Takeout reported on Monday that LHHNY producers are "adding a bunch of characters" to the struggling show and Draya is one of them.
The article also claimed she was "moving to New York" because her contract with LHHNY was finalized on June 7.
Draya was a star on Basketball Wives LA who had a rift with other cast members because she was one of the few stars that was not actually married to a professional basketball player. She has been romantically linked to several rappers and NBA players and admitted she has during an interview on The Wendy Williams Show.
Draya has a mixed race ethnicity- she is half-Black and Half-Italian. She is a former stripper who dated Chris Brown for nine months after his assault on Rihanna in 2009. She currently has a great friendship Brown and with his current girlfriend Karreuche Tran.
It was reported in April that she would get her own spinoff show, Fine Ass Girls after rumors spread that BBWLA was getting cancelled. The reality show would follow Michele and her beautiful girlfriends, their brands and their boyfriends.
According to Shadow & Act blog, LHHNY season 3 finale earned just over one million viewers and LHHA consistently earns three million viewers. The decrease in ratings for LHHNY season 3 may have also led the show's producers to sign up the drama-filled singer and reality star K-Michelle from Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta.
K Michelle reportedly told ABC New Radio in April, "I'm not saying I'm not doing other ventures with VH1 and Mona (Scott-Young, the show's creator.) You might see me in Love & Hip-Hop New York."