Lemmie Plummer Defends Zeus Programming Amid Joseline Hernandez Assault Allegations

Zeus CEO Lemeul “Lemmie” Plummer finally opens up about the allegations against Joseline Hernandez.

As you know, Hernandez’s ultra-popular series Joséline Cabaret broadcast on the streaming platform. Sadly, the network is now marred by scandal over Joseline’s alleged actions.

Amber Ali has accused Hernandez and her partner Ballistic Beats of violently attacking her while filming the season 2 reunion. Ali, who is a cast member for the current season, initially shared what happened via Instagram Live while she was in the ER. She also posted a video of her injuries and said she was pressing charges.

Joseline and Ballistic released a joint statement denouncing the allegations against them and said the show is a platform that was launched for the empowerment of women.

According to reports, a few other ladies on the show — Re Re O’Dell, Lexi Blow, and Henny — are preparing to file a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Joseline, Ballistic, and Zeus Network.

Plummer addressed the situation while appearing on the Fox Soul show “TEA GIF” and clarified that no lawsuit has been filed against Zeus. He also responded to host Funky Dineva’s claims that the network is trash.

Of course, we want to know if you agree with Funky Dineva that Plummer exploits negative stereotypes about black people with his programming. Sound off in the comments.

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