Vh1 CANCELS controversial “Sorority Sisters” show


 

Vh1 gave it’s controversial new show “Sorority Sisters,” the BOOT… Coincidentally during the Black Greek Letter organization’s Founder’s Week.

 

HMMMM.
It seems after CONSTANT petitioning and boycotting, displeased members of the Divine 9 nationally recognized black fraternities and sororities have successfully urged Vh1 exces to DROP “Sorority Sisters,” from its programming.

 

Allegedly, Vh1 will air the series’ remaining 3 episodes on January 16 around 11:00 PM and WILL NEVER show “Sorority Sisters” again.
CONGRATS D9.
YALL MADE A $13 BILLION COMPANY DROP A SHOW.
IMPRESSIVE.
For months, members of the general public teamed up with disgruntled AKAs, Deltas, Zetas, and SGRho’s in effort to pull sponsorships and advertisers from the network while the hour long  sorority life after college show aired.

 

AND IT WORKED.
As reported on CHEEKYWIKI, two memebers of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororiry, Incorporated who starred in the show were SUSPENED from participating in sorority activities until 2016.
BOOOM.
These Black Greek orgs were NEVER playing around with the cast and execs of the Mona Scott Young SPAWNED program.
THOUGHTS ON VH1 CANCELING “SORORITY SISTERS?”

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MUVA knows best.

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