VH1’s controversial reality show “Sorority Sisters” has come and gone, but not without a few casualties.
The show, which featured five ladies from various Black Greek organizations, but the backlash from viewers and advertisers became a nightmare for the cast members.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. was first to take action against VH1’s controversial Black Greek sorority show by suspended two of it’s members (click HERE if you missed that) and then Delta Sigma Theta took action and took things a step further with expulsion.
Adrene Ashford, owner of House of Adrene Boutique and cast member of the former reality show, breaks her silence after expulsion from her sorority, stating:
The backlash was not something that I expected in this way. I would have never thought it would come to this. I have a lot of mixed emotions when it comes to the show. It is a very sensitive subject for me. There was some humiliation and I was very devastated. This year would be 20 years invested in Delta for me. This is my whole adult life.
Ashford also offers a public apology to her former sorority.
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