If its one thing Mona Scott Young knows how to do its shake things up. She'll be doing just that by adding prominent couple actor/model Milan Christopher and rapper Sir Brock to the cast of Love and Hip Hop.
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood is back with double the fun and double the drama! For the first time in the history of the Love & Hip Hop franchise, the reality soap opera will feature an intimate relationship between two men at the center of the show’s plot in the relationship between rapper Miles and producer Milan. Also, another first, Rich Dollaz is expected to crossover from Love & Hip Hop New York, as he is in a relationship with Moniece Slaughter.
This season of “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” will explore one of the most complex relationships in franchise history. Miles, a west coast rapper, who was raised with church values bravely faces his truth, when he realizes he’s in love with Milan, an openly gay man. The struggle becomes complicated for Miles because his best friend and childhood sweetheart, Amber, is still in love with him. The season follows Miles and Milan’s difficult and emotional journey as they deal with the stigmas often associated with intimate relationships between black men in the music industry.
LA native Miles, aka Sir Brock, is a rapper and songwriter in the hip hop industry. Miles, who struggles with the conflict between his Christian upbringing and his relationship with Milan, also fears the repercussions he may face from the hip hop industry for being in a same sex relationship.
As a very successful entrepreneur, rapper/producer and model, Milan is on top of the world. The only thing that could make his life happier is if he could get his boyfriend, Miles to live openly with him and start a family.
While we're excited to see another one of our stories being told on television, VH1 nor Mona Scott Young have the best reputation of portraying ANYONE in the best light. There was also a bit of drama swirling around Milan a few years back after a sex video of him "leaked". We hope their appearance doesn't do more harm than good.
Good luck and congrats to Milan and Brock!