Benzino Threatens To Quit "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" Following Stevie J Beef
Benzino claims to be "done" with "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," says his "Smashed Da Homie" record isn't a diss song.
A Twitter dispute with fellow “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” cast member Stevie J, may have resulted in former The Source co-owner Benzino calling it quits when it concerns the popular, Atlanta-based reality show.
According to TheUrbanDaily.com, both Stevie J and Benzino exchanged words on the social networking site following the release of the music video to Benzino’s record, “Smashed Da Homie,” which he recently claimed isn’t a diss record aimed at his former friend.
Benzino later let loose a series of Tweets before referring to the resulting situation with Stevie J as “horrible” and claimed to be “done” with the show.
IM DONE WITH THIS LOVE AND HIP HOP , I CANT DO THIS NO MORE, MY CHARACTER & FRIENDSHIPS ARE WAY MORE IMPORTANT, this is horrible,— BENZINO(@IAMBENZINO) June 5, 2013
The song at the center of Benzino’s Twitter beef with Stevie J, “Smashed Da Homie” was created when an argument between Benzino and Stevie J over fellow cast mate Joseline Hernandez aired during a recent episode of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”