Hazel-E apparently had enough of the drama, catfights and backstabbing, and abruptly took to Twitter to announce she was quitting "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood." The rapper's announcement came just a few weeks after VH1 premiered the second season of the show.

"I just quit #LHHH. I'm sorry to everyone who came out but I'm not #Desperate for anything," Hazel-E tweeted Wednesday. In a second post she added, "When you feel like you’re over qualified, and not being respected as you should be, it’s time to go."

On Thursday, the VH1 star continued her rant writing that she's usually a positive person, but being on the show was starting to change her. "I won’t loose [sic] my soul to this game, God would be disappointed in me, I only answer to Him," Hazel-E posted. "And only people that don’t know me or my real resume would think I’m a fool for quitting a freak show, If I can dream I accomplish it..#facts.” 

Hazel-E told her fans she wasn't ready to reveal her reason for leaving the show, but would explain what happened soon. On Instagram, the "Everything" rapper again commented on her departure, writing, "Today I decided I didn’t want to be in the circus anymore & retired my clown wig.” 

So far, her "Love & Hip Hop" co-stars have not commented on the casting shakeup, and it's not clear how Hazel-E quitting the show will affect the rest of the season.

As previously reported, Hazel-E hasn't had much screen time on "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" this season, but a supertease trailer showed the rapper crying with bandages on her face after injuring her nose.