By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Aug 23, 2013 07:30 PM EDT
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A new report revealed the cast changes to the upcoming season of Love & Hip-Hop New York.
Media Takeout has learned that Joe Budden, his on-and-off again girlfriend Tahiry, Rich Dollaz and his ex/former client Erica Mena will return to LHHNY season 4. R&B singer Olivia and Yandy Smith-- who had a riveting story line during season 3--will also return.
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A show insider told Media Takeout several newcomers from season 3 will not return. See the list of who has been exed below:
Rapper Consequence and his girlfriend Jen The Pen
Joe Budden's ex Kailyn
At the time of Media Takeout's report, a decision had not yet been made about Rashida Ali.
Smith confirmed her return during an interview with TMZ In June.
Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta star K Michelle has been discussing her addition to season of LHHNY while promoting the release of her debut album Rebellious Soul. The studio effort was released on Aug. 13. She revealed in many television and radio appearances that taping has gone underway for season 4. She also said she will not be filming scenes with the cast members from New York following a recent Twitter feud with Mena.
Haveaseatblog.com reported that K Michelle requested to cancel all scenes that she had scheduled to film with Mena and Rich Dollaz.
Haveaseat.com reported on July 12 there will be two newcomers to season 4. New York rapper Peters Gunz and the singing duo Amina Buddafly will be joining the show. Rapper Saigon is also rumored to be joining the cast. Gunz previously appeared in season 3 of LHHNY--he mentored Rich Dollaz when he was trying to decide if he wanted to break up with Mena.
Watch Yandy Smith confirm her return to season 4 of LHHNY to TMZ below.
Sean Penn. Though the actor hasn’t had much of a nervous breakdown, he is known for his anger issues, especially when it comes to dealing with invasive paparazzi. Back in 2010, the Milk star who won an Oscar for the role a year before was charged with battery and vandalism for allegedly breaking a photographer’s camera and kicking him in his legs. He was sentenced to probation and community service for the incident. Since then, the actor has become more known for his humanitarian work as a manager of a relief organization and tent camp after the Haitian earthquake, as well as his visit to flood victims in Pakistan in 2012.
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