Hazel-E has drummed up a lot of buzz about herself recently, and not in a good way. She caught the ire of the internet after going on a homophobic rant, stating, “I hope all gays die and go to hell.” It all started when a LHH fan accused her and bestie Rose Burgandy of being gay. She went all the way off and eventually had to turn around and apologize.
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The internet isn’t too forgiving, however. And it’s a golden rule that, you’d think, at this point, would be a no-brainer for anybody even somewhat famous. Hazel-E didn’t get the memo, however, and she is now no longer a part of the “Love & Hip-Hop” franchise. It’s no surprise, however, when you look at her track record. Check out this exclusive video to hear more in this clip from the Hip-Hop Spot on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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