Agents arrested Maurice "Mo" Fayne, from "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," for allegedly misusing a coronavirus stimulus loan.
'Eighty-five thousand dollars in jewelry. A 2019 Rolls-Royce Wraith luxury coupe. Forty-thousand dollars in child support payments. Maurice "Mo" Fayne, a trucking company owner who appears regularly on the reality show "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta," has been charged with using more than $1.5 million in Small Business Administration stimulus funds to enrich himself rather than for paying workers and small business expenses as the program requires."
Most reality shows, not quite all, are stupid. They're obtuse. They appeal to our stupid side. We can be fairly smart but so badly want to escape from our anxieties we'll watch a truly stupid reality show--like The Bachelor which is morally stupid as well as featuring excruciatingly shallow dull-witted desperate people. We become stupider by watching these shows. Is Love & Hip Hip: Atlanta likely to be stupid? Haven't seen it but I bet it is. So now this "star" of the reality show is stupid enough to think he can steal a 1.5 million dollars from the federal government's new emergency program, money intended for his business expenses and employees, without getting caught; and he's morally stupid enough to want to do it. So we have stupid on top of stupid on top of stupid. Welcome to Stupid America, folks.