Omerettà The Great, a rising Atlanta rap star, revealed recently on the “It”s Tricky with Raquel Harper” podcast that she quit “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” because they focused more on drama than hip hop.

Watch Omerettà’s LHHATL newbie video below:

Omerettà said she knew the show normally focused on drama, but she was told that cast members wouldn’t film together and everyone would have their own segment on the show due to COVID.

She was told that the show would focus on her career, and her rise to the top, but it turned out to be the opposite and the focus remained on drama.

She said she would not do “Love & Hip Hop” again, but it wasn’t a total loss because the exposure on the show helped her secure a management team.

Watch the video below:

Omerettà The Great recently had Atlanta in an uproar with her song “Sorry NOT Sorry,” which called out people living in cities surrounding Atlanta claiming they’re from Atlanta.

Watch the “Sorry NOT Sorry” video below:

Omerettà is a talented rapper, and this song definitely brought some attention to her name.

We wish her the best in all her future endeavors.

Source: TMZ