A Different World lived up to its name and changed Black television. In a recent interview, Jasmine Guy and Kadeem Hardison unveiled the ugly truth of the television industry.
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Jasmine Guy and Kadeem Hardison, aka “Whitley and Dwayne” from the 1980s and 1990s sitcom A Different World, stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss a serious matter.
In a short clip from the video on Twitter, Jasmine Guy talked about Lisa Bonet’s treatment on the show.
“I did not like the way they were treating Lisa Bonet,” Jasmine Guy said.
The actress said the producers on A Different World snapped at her and bossed her around.
The former castmates also discussed how they were put against Martin, which aired at the same time when the show was on NBC.
This topic caused a Twitter debate on whether or not Black shows are put against one another or are copied.
Many on Twitter pointed out how the idea for Friends is from Living Single.