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Diamond To Star In VH1 Hip Hop Spin Off

While her music career has definitely stalled; Diamond is getting into the next best thing; reality TV! Well of course that's the story! Read more to find out below:

Rapper Diamond may be one of the stars featured in a new “Love Hip Hop” spin-off series, based in Atlanta.

Industry insiders told Sister 2 Sister that the VH1 series has done so well that VH1 has decided to clone it, and that’s no surprise.

Although it’s not official yet, sources confirm that Diamond, ATL rapper Rasheeda and Yung Joc’s former assistant Rici have all been “tapped on the shoulder” to sign on for the show.

However, things are still in the beginning stages and Diamond has a few details to hash out before she’ll ink the deal. Apparently, the producers of the show want her to be 100 percent herself in front of the cameras, but her publicists would prefer to finesse things a little bit.

"Diamond would definitely be the Chrissy [Lampkin]" of the group, said the source.

Whether publicists and producers can agree or not, the overwhelming sentiment is that “New York don’t have nothing on Atlanta.”
Since most if not all Diamond's solo offerings haven't been all that hot though I kinda liked; "Lotta Money"; Diamond has yet to pop off and this show may be the thing to do it.

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