'Love and Hip Hop Hollywood' Season 4: Hazel E Dropped After Racial & Homophobic Comments [VIDEO]

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Hazel E’s comments about "darker skinned" women and the gay community might have cost her her spot on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Hollywood.

Insiders told TMZ Monday she had evidence that her statements are the reason the show decided to part ways with her; despite the series saying they fired her prior to her controversial comments.

Hazel reportedly received a document that let her know the series had decided to move on without her. The letter came via FedEx more than two weeks after producers claimed they decided to terminate Hazel, which was on Oct. 4. It also came just a day after her statement that “all gays should burn in hell.”

Word is Hazel is convinced she was fired because of her social media comments that caused her to get tons of backlash.

The news site also reached out to the show’s producers and they insist they had already planned on letting Hazel go earlier in the month. But Hazel’s people claim she’s concerned about why they didn’t let her know until after the social media firestorm. She could be going as far as taking legal action soon.

All of this comes after Hazel and her boyfriend, Rose Burgundy, made comments about the LGBTQ community on social media. Rose was the first to say something as he confronted speculation from comedian Jess Hilarious that he was homosexual himself. He went as far as burning a pride flag in attempt to shut down the rumors. He also wrote, “You really want to know how I feel about gays so bad well here you go I hope all gays die and go to hell that’s where I’m come from… check your lies before you post.”

Hazel didn’t take long to jump to his defense. She commented, “Burn n hell just like God said in the Bible!”

But she didn’t stop there. She made her own post on Instagram and wrote, “Y’all making up posts, I’m stating facts. Go read the Bible, google self hatred amongst black women then come holla at this queen.”

Hazel turned things racial when she called Jess a “raggedy broke black a** b****” as well as a “monkey.”

She took things even further when she included some of her Love & Hip Hop enemies like Moniece Slaughter, Shanda Denyce, and Brooke Valentine in the mix.

Shoe Dazzle also ended its contract with the reality star amid the fallout.

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