Mon, Jun 25 07:14 AM |Entertainment

Former ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Co-Stars Joe Budden & Cyn Santana Reportedly Have A Huge Announcement To Share

Ready for some really awesome news?

MTO News is reporting that rapper/podcaster Joe Budden is set to return to Love And Hip Hop NY for season 9. According to one of the show producers, his girlfriend and mother of his new son and former LHHNY member Cyn Santana will be re-joining as well. 

Joe Budden was initially on Love And Hip Hop five seasons ago… but he left the show, claiming that it had become "toxic." Cyn Santana was in a storyline relationship with Erica Mena on the show 4 seasons ago.

According to an insider, Joe Budden & Cyn Santana will be returning under much better circumstances as their relationship will be shown “in a positive light. Don't expect any [messiness]."

Okay, but how is that entertaining though? Joking. In between their funny videos on Instagram and their adorable baby, we suspect they’ll be fine and dandy.



Who else is set to return to Love And Hip Hop NY for season 9? Safaree, Yandy, Dreamdoll, DJ Self, Jonathan and Kimbella.

Hm. We’ll take it!

Can you believe that Cyn and Joe have been together for, like, two years? They were so cute about celebrating the birth of their child, which they announced with a snap of their then-newborn son's tiny hand wrapped around his mother's finger. 

"Happy birthday baby boy. We love you SO much! 💙." 

Aw. 

I woke up missing the squad 😩😩😩

Late last year, it seems as though Joe was unceremoniously given the boot from the show he reportedly created – Everyday Struggle.  

His then-fill in, DJ Whoo Kid had tweeted, "Joe Budden will be back.  He's on baby duties this week. I'm not taking his spot on @EverdayStrugg lol. Holy [expletive]. I'm just passing thru this week. Sheesh. Calm the [expletive] down. Lol. And congrats to Joe on his newborn son."


Joe was not in the mood and responded, penning, "I am not on paternity & they should stop using my 3 day old child to mask internal chaos, thx." He later posted; "Yeah nah...Creators will be properly acknowledged & compensated, or they won't create...integrity."

"They didn't give me a proper goodbye either. INJUSTICE!!!"


"Joe Budden is not continuing as a host on "Everyday Struggle" in 2018," Complex eventually revealed. "The show will be back in the New Year with all new episodes and guests. We wish Joe all the best and thank him for a great 2017. We love and respect him; we believe he's terrific but the reality is we couldn't reach an agreement”


Cyn soon chimed in, saying, "No no no no. We wish YA'LL [sic] the best." Joe clearly appreciated her support, as he replied, "That's my [expletive] baby."



Yikes. Well, he still has his very popular podcast with friends Rory and Mal and he just signed a content deal with Diddy’s Revolt TV.

Took a second but we got it done... Host, Create & Produce.... As it should read. No shots, just work. ✊🏽

So, you are happy to see Joe Budden & Cyn Santana on Monday nights again? 

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