The insane drama that occurs on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta has become so upsetting to some individuals that apparently an online petition has been created to try and get the sponsors to pull their advertisements from the show. They feel as though the way the individuals act on the show is an exploitation of humanity in a completely negative way, and that VH1 should not put out shows that are damaging to society.
The petition reads:
"After we made a ruckus about Basketball Wives, sponsors began to pull ads. Well, it's that time again, folks! As we work toward national- and local-level change, let's tell VH1 and their sponsors (again) why people from a broad range of backgrounds will NOT stand for the exploitation of the lived experiences of people who may not even know they're being exploited. This isn't a "Black or White" thing, this is a HUMAN thing...and we should all understand."
Joseline Hernandez, one of the female cast-mates on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, tweeted her disregard for the petitions attempts to sabotage their stardom.
Check out Joseline's tweet addressing the haters here.