According to tweets of the popular stripper/rapper arm candy Maliah Michel, a pilot for a show entitled “Mistresses of Atlanta,” is being shot and possibly coming to a TV near you soon. EPIC FAIL It seems like now days the only way to watch a good television show starring actors with talent is to pay exorbitant fees for HBO or other premium channels. It’s bad enough to be bombarded with reality shows that feature African-American women who pride themselves on who they procreate with, whose man has the most money, getting into fist fights, and other various embarrassing debacles…this show is sure to be the whipped cream with the sprinkles on top of the cake of embarrassment. Furthermore, it is television shows like these that feature a predominately Black cast that help perpetuate the worst kinds of stereotypes about African-American women and men. Television stations are constantly increasing the shock value of reality shows to increase their popularity which often times means the ignorance level must increase as well. The cast (pictured above) is composed of SoleHeir (unknown male) , Maliah Michel (stripper/model), Rosee Divine (model), Sarah Oliver (model), M’Jae (rapper), and Strings (singer). Not familiar with most of the names listed? This shouldn’t surprise you as it seems it would be a tough feat to find people bold enough to openly and proudly prance around on national TV claiming they are wrecking marriages, homes, and families. Reality TV has birthed a new type of celebrity. The exponential success of reality TV is made possible because our criteria for who should be considered a celebrity is decreasing. How Can This Be Real? What man is going to let his side-piece prance around on television for all the world to see, get interested in, and begin to investigate her/his lifestyle, so that his double life can be discovered by his wife? Think “Real Housewives of Atlanta” Kim Zolciak’s “Big Pappa.” Because we are living in the information age, his real identity was put on blast by internal sources before the first season even came to a close. Shockingly, Toya’s (former wife of Lil’ Wayne) husband Memphitz is responsible for producing this show. Even more disturbing still are the pictures circulating of her young daughter Reginae on set happily snapping away pictures with the cast members as if they were role models or celebrities. Hopefully none of these ladies (and gentlemen) end up on an episode of “Snapped”…because aside from subjecting themselves to criticism and embarrassing a lot of us in society, Openly messing with a married man on NATIONAL TV could be quite dangerous.