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Disgruntled women on Twitter call for advertisers to boycott VH1’s “Sorority Sisters” with #BoycottSororitySisters campaign

Sorority SistersBy Fio Borrelli
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

From the moment the show was announced, there were many people who had a problem with VH1’s “Sorority Sisters.” The entire premise of the show goes against what a sorority stands for. Now, two weeks into the show, a lot of people are upset.

Many viewers are calling for advertisers to pull their sponsorship of the show and sixty have pulled. But, there are also some who want to boycott the entire VH1 network. In the eyes of these people, Mona Scott-Young, the creator of this and the “Love & Hip Hop” franchise is the problem.

Several women have united in protest of “Sorority Sisters” on Twitter, creating the #BoycottSororitySisters campaign. They are keeping Twitter hot with their posts about boycotting the show and they are focusing in on General Mills stopping their support. Thus far, the ladies have managed to generate a lot of attention in their movement, but they want more to accomplish the goal.

Read the tweets about #BoycottSororitySisters below:

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Follow Fio Borrelli on Twitter @Cali_Soul.

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