Season 2 of WeTV’s Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta hosted a screening at The Woodruff Art Center.

The entire cast was in attendance, including Bow Wow (child rapper), Shaniah Mauldin (Jermaine Dupri’s daughter), Reginae Carter (daughter of Lil’ Wayne and Toya Wright), Ayana Fite (daughter of DJ Hurricane from The Beastie Boys), Brandon Barnes (son of hip-hop manager Ms. Deb and brother of Waka Flocka), Zonnique Pullins (daughter of T.I. and Tiny). Supporting cast members Jhonni Blaze of (former Love & Hip Hop cast member) and Jadarius ‘YB’ Jenkins(son of rapper Jeezy) also attended.

The event was so lit that even Mama June and her daughters attended. (Chile, she donned a long blue dress on giving us a little shoulder action.) Braxton sisters, Trina and Towanda of Braxton Family Values were there also. The co-hosts of Sister Circle—Syleena Johnson, Kiana Dancie, Quad Lunceford, and Rashan Ali—came to support the event, as well as Kenya Moore of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

Cast fathers Jermaine Dupri and DJ Hurricane also showed support for their daughters Mauldin and Fite, respectively. As one can see, the entire Atlanta showed up—old and new—in support of the season 2 screening. High fashions, beat faces, laughs, and excitement is definitely what last night was all about.

Upon conclusion of the first episode, it was clear that GUHHATL is still one of the best shows in reality TV. Be sure to tune in Thursdays at 9/8C.

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