Ego Trip's Miss Rap Supreme

ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme
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Format Reality
Created by ego trip
Starring MC Serch, Yo-Yo
Country of origin United States
Production
Producer(s) TBA
Running time 60 min.
Broadcast
Original channel VH1
Original run April 14, 2008 (2008-04-14) – June 9, 2008 (2008-06-09)
Chronology
Preceded by ego trip's The (White) Rapper Show
External links
Website

ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme is an American reality television series that airs on the VH1 cable network. It is a follow up to 2007's ego trip's The (White) Rapper Show. In ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme, contestants compete to win the title of next great female MC.

The show is hosted by MC Serch and female MC Yo-Yo. It premiered on VH1 in April 2008.[1]

Contestants

Name Age Eliminated Place
Rece Steele 25 N/A Winner
Byata 26 Episode 8, Part 2 2nd
Miss Cherry 24 Episode 8, Part 1 3rd
Chiba 27 Episode 7 4th
Nicky2States 28 Episode 6 5th
Bree 23 Episode 5 6th
Lady Twist 22 Episode 4 7th
Lionezz* 27 Episode 3 8th
D.A.B. 23 Episode 2 9th
Khia 30[2] Episode 2 (DQ) 10th
Notes
  • *Lionezz was eliminated on Episode 1, but brought back in Episode 2 after Khia was disqualified.

Call-out order

Serch's call-out order
Placing Contestants Episodes
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 Ms. Cherry Chiba Byata Nicky2States Rece Steele Nicky2States Byata Ms. Cherry Rece Steele Rece Steele
2 Byata Bree Bree Rece Steele Nicky2States Byata Ms. Cherry Rece Steele Byata Byata
3 Nicky2States D.A.B. Rece Steele Lady Twist Byata Rece Steele Chiba Byata Ms. Cherry
4 D.A.B. Lady Twist Chiba Chiba Ms. Cherry Chiba Rece Steele Chiba
5 Lady Twist Ms. Cherry Lionezz Byata Bree Ms. Cherry Nicky2States
6 Lionezz Nicky2States Lady Twist Ms. Cherry Chiba Bree
7 Rece Steele Rece Steele Nicky2States Bree Lady Twist
8 Bree Byata Ms. Cherry Lionezz
9 Khia Khia D.A.B.
10 Chiba Lionezz Khia
     The contestant was named Miss Rap Supreme.
     The winning contestant(s) on that week's challenge, making them safe from elimination
     The contestant was named "Miss..." for the week (team MVP)
     The contestant was eliminated
     The contestant was eliminated and later brought back into the competition
     The contestant won the challenge but was eliminated
     The contestant was disqualified.
The "Miss..." awards
  • Week 1: "Miss Representation"
  • Week 2: "Miss Thang"
  • Week 3: "Miss Maneater"
  • Week 4: "Miss Lady of the Stage"
  • Week 5: "Miss Video Venus"
  • Week 6: "Miss Popularity"
  • Week 7: "Miss Con-G-nality"
  • Week 8: "Miss Rap Supreme"
Episode Notes
  • Khia was disqualified at the beginning of Episode 2 due to her use of a pre-written song ("Respect Me") for her 16-bar song. Lionezz was brought back as a result.
  • In episode 7, Chiba admitted to Byata And Rece Steele that she uses pre-written songs in the competition, but stays original when told to do so. This caused even more tension with the girls. All the girls became suspicious of Chiba when everyone stumbled on their raps, but Chiba did not.
  • Although Chiba won the challenge, she was eliminated in episode 7 after being in the bottom two with Byata.

Celebrity Guests

See also

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • TV.com
  • Audio interview with ego trip's Brent Rollins and Gabriel Alvarez on public radio program The Sound of Young America
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