VH1’s ‘Single Ladies’ experiences yet another shakeup just into its second season. After the first season its lead star Stacey Dash walked away from her role citing a desire to spend more time with her family.
It was wildly rumored she was fired due to a heated argument with co-star Lisa Raye. Now with the second season coming to an end with VH1 confirming a third but the show’s creator, executive producer and writer Stacy A. Littlejohn will not be returning.
Littlejohn explains her departure,
“After two incredible seasons of Single Ladies, I have decided to entrust the show to the safe hands of VH1. Having fostered it from its inception, I’ve found great satisfaction in seeing these characters come to life on the screen, and am proud of what the show has become. But after two all-consuming seasons immersed in its production in the great city of Atlanta, I’ve decided it’s time to shift my focus to my life in Los Angeles and the creation of new projects.”
It is unclear what the real reason behind her departure is but we’re certain it will surface overtime as they all do. ‘Single Ladies’ experienced a spike in ratings for the second season thanks in part to the lead-in from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta – will much change with Littlejohn gone?