Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood has been dogged by claims of fakery ever since Joseline Hernandez said the show was faked during a deposition earlier this year. At the time, her costar Sincere defended the VH1 series, insisting it was "not fake," but now he's speaking out exclusively to RadarOnline.com to reveal that the show is getting to be too much like a "scripted" drama -- and that's why he secretly quit!
Fan fave Sincere revealed to RadarOnline.com that he quit the show after filming for just two months of the second season.
"I actually got out of my contract," he confirmed to RadarOnline.com. "They have me cast in a different way."
"The way I was cast was different than how they portrayed me," he claimed. "They had me be a shit-stirrer. I'm a businessman. They wanted me to be viewed a different way. I didn't like what was going on."
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Hinting at fakery behind the scenes, he said, "Who knows, I think scripted TV is coming back in a big way …"
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