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VH1′s latest reality TV show is “The Gossip Game,” set to premiere on Monday,April 1. From the looks of the new super trailer (See Below), there will be plenty of drama! Will you be tuning in?

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Cast includes: radio personalities K. Foxx (The Cipha Sounds & Rosenberg Show with K. Foxx) and Angela Yee (co-host of Power 105.1′s Breakfast Club), Kim Osorio (Editor-in-Chief of The Source magazine), Jas Fly (freelance writer/pop culture columnist for VIBE.com), Sharon Carpenter (reporter for Global Grind), Ms. Drama (on-air personality at Major Playaz) and Vivian Billings (NYC Gossip Girl).

The Gossip Game premieres April 1, and Love & Hip Hop ATL returns on April 22.

Are you going to watch it?

In related news, Love & Hip Hop creator Mona Scott-Young held a press roundtable event on Monday (Mar. 25) with some of the biggest names on the Atlanta media scene.

Scott explained her presentation of women on Love & Hip Hop, despite the backlash she receives. “Often times people tell me how horrible it is, or how these women should go crawl under a rock,” she said. “I’m not here to judge them! I think that these women are a part of our population as African Americans. They live real lives and their stories deserve to be told as much as the other stories. I encourage them to use this as a platform. I will never forget the first time I gave Joseline a check and she cried. Prior to that she has never seen her name printed on a check because she was only ever paid in dollar bills, so don’t tell me I’m not changing lives.”

Although audiences question Mona’s responsibly to showcasing black women in a more positive light, VH1′s new show The Gossip Game seems to be a change of pace. The Monami Entertainment founder discussed how she chose the new cast. “We met with them and tried to find different lives and mediums to represent. I walked into the situation thinking that there was a pecking order. You have TV and radio journalists, then you’ve got the freelancers, then the bloggers, almost like they were at the bottom of the totem pole. But what I realized is that all of the folks in the different areas get their news from the bloggers. They’re probably a little more important than people want to give them credit for and we wanted to explore that.”

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