Did You Miss It? ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Producers Reportedly Banning Fighting On Show, New Clause In Contracts To Fine & Fire Cast For Violence

Posted February 23, 2017

image via VH1

It looks like the next season of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ is going to have some major changes, as it’s being reported that producers are sick and tired of the fighting on the show, and are looking to change things up.

Reportedly, a new clause has been placed on contracts of the shows cast, banning them from fighting and if they do get into altercations, they will be fined and possibly fired.

Via TMZ:

“Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” is laying down new ground rules for its upcoming season — cast members who brawl will pay the price … from their paychecks.

The show’s added a no-fighting clause to its contracts, so when the Hollywood ladies and gents sign their paperwork they’re agreeing not to throw down … according to docs obtained by TMZ.

We’re told producers are sick of all the fighting — which result in production delays — and less severe penaltieshaven’t done the trick.

According to the docs … there’s no set fine amount for fighting — it’s at the discretion of producers and based on the severity of the fight. Suspension and termination are also on the table.

No word on if the fighting ban has been extended to the other respective casts including the original New York based ‘Love & Hip Hop’ and ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ which returns in less than 2 weeks.

Time will tell how this change will affect the ratings, because let’s be honest, people watch for the fights and drama.

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