VH1 RUMORED TO HAVE CANCELLED SORORITY SISTERS AFTER "AKA" CAMPAIGN TO STOP THE SERIES!
“Sorority Sisters” has been attacked for denigrating the history of African-American sororities by tying these well-regarded organizations to the messy, stereotypical drama that surrounds most of VH1’s reality shows.
Two members of Alpha Kappa Alpha were suspended last week, as per the organizations website,for more than two years for participating on the show.
It's rumored VH1 has finally obliged to the strong #boycottsororitysisters campaign and ended the series. It's said the remaining three episodes of the Atlanta based show will air three in a row, this Friday night. What a way to shoot those ratings way down. To add, allegedly the final episode will start at the odd time of 11:10 p.m. and end just past midnight. It will not be repeated later that night for West Coast viewers.
Now let's be clear,this does not mean the show has officially been cancelled, but typically a network with any intention of airing a show again, would not let the final episodes play out this way. It may be fair to say bye-bye for now. But let's watch closely to see what will happen next.
No official statement has been released by VH1 or producer Mona Scott Young.