With all the controversy surrounding VH1’s latest reality show, ‘Sorority Sisters,’ you would think there would quite a bit of backlash.
There have been boycotts, petitions, and over 50 advertisers have reportedly pulled out of the show, and yet… VH1 is still standing by it’s creation, which aired it’s 3rd episode last night.
That being said, VH1 certainly hears the cries of the many who feel ‘somekindaway’ about their sororities being represented in a reality show. So what did they do about it? They aired a ‘Dialogue’ show to discuss the issues…
The 3rd episode of the controversial reality show aired last night and in addition to the show, VH1 aired a special ‘dialogue’ episode featuring the cast members of the show.
Hmmmm… I thought Greeks were supposed to uphold themselves to higher standards. Are there really members of these organizations THREATENING these women for taking part in the reality show???
Is it REALLY that serious?? WOW!
They’ve also ben slapped with cease & desist orders from their sororities but that honestly can’t stop them from saying that they are members of said organizations, if they actually pledged.
Also, the women on the show insist that they are all representing THEMSELVES and being a member of whatever sorority is just a small part of what they are.
For the record, none of the women regret appearing on the show and again, it seems that VH1 fully supports it… at least the first season.
Also, the ‘Boycott Sorority Sisters’ effort continues, with many sorority members personally contacting advertisers demanding that they pull out of the show or they will boycott them as well.
According to RWS, the following companies have complied to the threats…
What did you think of Sorority Sisters: ‘The Dialogue’?