Prince from the cast of Love & Hip Hop Miami has been fired, for "extreme Homophobia"

One of the cast members from Love & Hip Hop Miami - Prince - has been fired for what is being described as "extreme homophobia."

According to multiple sources in production, Prince has been filming the current season of Love & Hip Hop Miami. But we're told that he's been "fired" after displaying what is being described as "extreme homophobia."

What did he do? Well, Prince attacked a gay man, an assistant to fellow cast mate Sydney Star. Then, he went on social media bragging about the attack and calling the victim a "f*ggot".

That was enough to get him fired from the show.

Here's a pic of Prince.

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And here is a screenshot of Prince calling the victim, a gay slur.

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Prince, real name Christopher Michael Harty (born September 30, 1989), known professionally as Prince and also known as Prince Michael, is a promoter, model and Miami socialite. In 2015, he appeared in Trina's music video for her single "F*ck Boy".

Love & Hip Hop chronicled the excesses of Prince's "party boy" lifestyle, which put a strain on his relationship with Liz, his girlfriend of three years.

In the first season, Prince was involved in a violent brawl at the launch of his denim line. During the season, he and Liz broke up, and at the reunion, it is revealed that he was cheating on her with another cast member, Gabby.

Prince will be returning as a supporting cast member for a portion of season two, which begins airing January 2nd.