Salt-N-Pepa's here! The GRAMMY-winning trio, best known for hit singles in the '80s and '90s, makes a cameo in the season three premiere of WE tv's Growing Up Hip Hop.
In ET's exclusive sneak peek of the new episode, which debuts on Thursday, Egypt Criss and her mother, Sandy "Pepa" Denton, are looking for a fresh start as the 18-year-old singer continues pursuing a career in music.
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The mother-daughter duo move from New York City to Los Angeles, California, where Denton is preparing to hit the road with her group members, Cheryl "Salt" James, and Deidra "DJ Spinderella" Roper.
In a super cute reunion moment, Criss and her boyfriend tag along to her mom's tour rehearsal to watch the "Queens from Queens" go over their stage routine.
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Meanwhile, Romeo Miller (son of No Limit Records founder Master P) finds himself at odds with his father after choosing to leave Los Angeles to shoot a role on the TV series Empire, instead of performing at a family event. The 27-year-old rapper/actor also reconnects with his former flame and GUHH cast member, Angela Simmons (daughter of Run DMC's Rev Run).
Elsewhere in the episode, Kristinia DeBarge (daughter of singer James DeBarge) prepares to celebrate her 27th birthday while kicking off a push to reboot her pop career. Kristinia meets with Angela's older sister, Vanessa, who opens up about how distant she and her sister have grown in recent months.
Although Vanessa wants to reconnect with her sister at the birthday party, her hopes are dashed when Angela leaves abruptly following a clash with Briana Latrise (Mary J. Blige's stepdaughter).
Growing Up Hip Hop airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on WEtv.
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