Stacey Dash QUITS BETs College Hill . . . After She ‘FLUNKS’ A Black History Class!!

College Hill’s new season is streaming now – and Media Take Out has some pretty explosive spoilers from this season regarding one of the most controversial cast members, Stacey Dash.

According to someone close to the production, Stacey left the set and stopped filming midway through the season. And while it’s not exactly clear what prompted Stacey’s departure, our insider claims Stacey left filming shortly after doing poorly on a test designed to test her knowledge of Black History.

Stacey Dash is an outspoken Republican who frequently makes controversial statements and undermines the work of civil rights activists to help black America.

College Hill returned to the small screen this week. Instead of a group of wild college students, the cast consists of eight chaotic celebrities.

India Love, Big Freedia, DreamDoll, NeNe Leakes, Slim Thug, Ray J, Stacey Dash and Lamar Odom all enter Texas Southern University for higher education.

The celebrities featured in the reality series are tasked with attending classes, submitting coursework, collaborating on group projects, and taking tests.

It was after taking a test on Black History that we were told Stacey had done “poorly” when she left the set.

The insider told Media Take Out, “She just packed up and left. Nobody knew why she did this and everyone was surprised. Maybe it had something to do with that [Black History] Test.”


Stacey Dash is an actress and former talk show host. Dash played Dionne Marie Davenport in the 1995 feature film Clueless and its television series of the same name.

She has also acted in the films Moving, Mo’ Money, Renaissance Man, and View from the Top. Dash’s other television work includes appearances on the series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Single Ladies and the reality TV show Celebrity Circus. She has also appeared in music videos for Carl Thomas’ Emotional and Kanye West’s All Falls Down.


Series creator Tracey Edmonds expressed her excitement at the series’ return in a statement released by Deadline. Their statement read, “I am extremely excited to be working with Texas Southern University and to be able to bring this cherished franchise back with an exciting new twist that I am sure will entertain and inspire fans new and old across the board.”

“We intend to provide a fun, yet at times challenging, journey that will show viewers that it’s never too late to go back to school,” she added.

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