When you start dating someone, you know you need to impress their friends to get their seal of approval.That thought was lost on Teairra's new man, Cisco, on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Season 4 Episode 3.In December 2008, Berg began casting "exceptionally stand out beautiful dark skin/brown skin women to showcase beauty of all races" for a potential dating reality show that he would host.But the reality show was never released as planned."I was like 30 deep, I went in the club & I went to the back because I had the number one record at the time", he said, stating that he wanted a free bottle. So now we’re in Trick-Trick's club, I come to find out, the same club that I didn’t wanna go to & perform. They whooped my ass through the club, the security."The coowner come back & he said, My partner Trick-Trick said ain’t no love for you on those bottles. My entourage was all around us and they were getting their asses whooped too! I'm not going to be with the big gaudy chains because people would look and they would say 'Well, this nigga still ain't learn his lesson.' I learned my lesson.We picked up with the group making their way to A1's record label launch party, and Princess quickly got talking about having a baby.ICYMI: Ray J found out that his sperm count was meager, and that he would need to make some lifestyle changes if he had any hopes of conceiving a child.
On May 10, 2012 during a recent interview Yung Berg spoke about the situation stating "On the Teairra situation, first & foremost, I did the interview with The Breakfast Club in 2011, & I left that in 2011," he said in an interview.
On November 9, 2015 it was announced by VH1 that they had fired Yung Berg from Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood due to arrest for allegedly assaulting his fellow castmate and girlfriend Masika Kalysha Tucker.
Yung Berg is considered a delinquent parent by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, which has published information on Yung Berg's failure to pay child support.
However, his parents sent him to a military boarding school in Montana in 2001.
Yung Fly Movement (YFM), formerly known as Yung Boss Records, is an Los Angeles, California-based record label formed in 2005 by Ward which includes an in-house production team called the Yung Bosses.