WE tv’s Growing Up Hip Hop has lost another cast member. Egypt Criss, the daughter of Salt-N-Pepa’s Pepa and Naughty By Nature’s Treach, announced she’s leaving the reality television series.

“I respect myself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves me, grows me or makes me happy,” she wrote Instagram. “It’s time for me to rise from the ashes from being falsely represented to you, the people I love most, which is why I have decided to resign from Growing Up Hip Hop. #itsbeenreal #allgoodthingsmustcometoanend #movingforward.”

Criss’ exit follows a Growing Up Hip Hop episode in which she got into an altercation with fellow cast member Briana Latrise, who is the daughter of Mary J. Blige’s ex-husband and former manager Kendu Isaacs. Although footage of the incident is obscured to not show any fists being thrown, Criss purportedly punched Latrise.

The departure of Criss comes months after Master P and Romeo Miller quit the show despite their roles as executive producers. Earlier this week, P shared behind-the-scenes footage from the reality show in an effort to expose how the series operates.

“I’m only showing you this so next time you’re watching this show you can use your real judgement and see how they flip peoples words and change positive moments into negative,” he wrote on Instagram. “This is the reason we quit 6 months ago. They edit for drama, we have more important things to worry about than fake producers creating fake love stories.”

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In March, Bow Wow — another cast member — also claimed he’s done with the show. He attempted to convince Angela Simmons to exit with him.

Growing Up Hip Hop, which is in its fifth season, airs on Thursdays at 9 p.m. Eastern. The franchise has spawned two spin-offs, becoming a franchise for WE tv.

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