Shawty Lo's controversial reality show All My Babies' Mamas has reportedly been canceled before it even had a shot on TV.
According to The Daily Beast, Oxygen has supposedly responded to the backlash to the show, which focuses on the rapper and his 11 kids by 10 different mothers. Though the network is yet to confirm the cancelation, the publication claims that sources have revealed it "won't ever see the light of day."
A trailer for the show originally leaked to the Internet at the end of 2012. Organizers made a petition that reached almost 40,000 signatures, most likely a contribution to the alleged cancelation.
UPDATE: AllHipHop.com has received a statement from Oxygen denying that the show had been canceled. "This rumor is simply untrue. The project remains in early development," said an Oxygen rep.
UPDATE #2: Contrary to AHH's previous report, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Oxygen has indeed canceled Shawty Lo's All My Babies' Mamas.
“As part of our development process, we have reviewed casting and decided not to move forward with the special. We will continue to develop compelling content that resonates with our young female viewers and drives the cultural conversation,” said an Oxygen rep.