Masika Kalysha‘s kidnapping stunt to promote her OnlyFans page has cost her a role in the UMC series, “Double Cross.”
Shortly after Masika posted the video on her Instagram page, the creator of the show, Christel Gibson, starting getting bombarded with calls from people outside the set describing what had just occurred.
The network reached out to the former “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star’s representatives and requested she issue a public apology.
At that point, Christel decided to part ways with Masika Kalysha and remove her from the series immediately.
The network released the following statement:
In light of the offensive video posted by Masika Kalysha while on the set of our series, “Double Cross,” we’ve made the decision to part ways with her immediately and will be recasting her role.
“Double Cross” was created to shed light on the horrors of sex trafficking and we strongly condemn any inclination that such a serious issue should be made light of.
Masika and Toni D. Rivera, the founder of the R.O.S.E. Foundation also clashed over the video.
Toni D. Rivera, the founder of the R.O.S.E. Organization, took to the streets of Instagram to denounce the video and said while she appreciates the plug, she never asked Masika to create a video like that.
Masika recently took to the streets of Twitter writing:
It’s so disheartening when people u should be able to trust, completely turn on u when u perform the tasks asked of u. I was enlisted to help BECAUSE of my popularity, platform, talent & business knowledge, the very things these people needed & used to turn on me for selfish gain
The rug has been completely pulled from beneath me. My entire team is disheartened & in disbelief. You can’t love me because I’m “salacious” & outspoken & also hate me for the same reasons. It’s a tremendously daunting feeling to be used & left for dead. I will be less trusting of my platform & my energy. I’m so grateful for my team and my faith. What’s done in the dark will come to light… soon.
What’s done in the dark will come to the light and what’s done in stupidity or a clout chase will end badly.