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With two of its lead actors departing the series, one can’t help but wonder. Just days after Tia Mowry, 33, announced her departure via twitter, Pooch Hall, 35, has also confirmed he’s leaving the series.
“As a result of Pooch’s involvement on a new project, BET is in the process of reworking the casting and storyline of the show,” said BET in a statement. The Jumping the Broom actor is reportedly planning to join the cast of the new Showtime pilot Ray Donovan.
Tia, 31, also posted the following statement on Twitter earlier this week -
“Just wanted to let all my fans know that I will not be returning to The Game for season 6. It was an incredible run and I had lots of fun along the way. I am looking forward to my upcoming projects…the release of my book #OhBaby [today!], season 2 of @TiaTameraShow on @mystyle premiering in June, and my @ABCFamily movie coming out in December…more to come!”
Season six will continue to feature the remaining cast members Wendy Raquel Robinson, Coby Bell, Hosea Chanchez, Brandy Norwood and Barry A. Floyd.
TELL US – WILL YOU CONTINUE TO WATCH THE GAME WITHOUT TIA & POOCH?
Despite being a successful singer/actress in the 90s, Brandy reveals she still struggled with her self image during her teen years. “I wanted to be so thin. That was my main thing,” Brandy, 33, reveals. “So I started not taking care of myself — not eating properly, not eating at all, diet pills, regurgitating, and all of these things that girls do.”
She adds that despite her success, she never felt worthy enough. “People don’t understand that being the hottest star or making the most money does not mean anything,” explains Brandy. “I’m here to tell you I was making so much money — I was omnipresent — and I was the unhappiest teenager probably in the world.”
Brandy also opens up about her first love, Boyz II Men’s Wanya Morris, who split up with her in the spring of 1997. “He fell in love with someone else. The worst feeling is to be in love all by yourself. That feels f-cked up, honestly. It just really does. And that’s the only way I can really put it,” she says. “It felt like somebody had just completely taken my heart out of my body and just crushed it.”