Brat Loves Judy Season 2 Release Date, Cast, And More Information

Da Brat (née Shawntae Harris) first burst onto the hip hop scene in the '90s as a fearless rapper taking the music industry by storm. Sadly, there was one aspect of her personal life that she kept private for many years. "I was always told you want to be f***able to men and women to sell records — you don't want anybody to discriminate," Da Brat recalled during a 2020 Variety interview about the choice to keep her sexuality private. "I mean, you saw what happened to people like Ellen: Remember when she lost her TV show, and all these horrible things were happening? People were totally against it," she explained further about her decision.

Fortunately that all changed in March 2020, when Brat finally came out to the world. In an impromptu Instagram post, she finally revealed that she had met her "heart's match," whilst also giving her fans a sneak peek of the tricked out white Bentley that her partner, entrepreneur Jesseca "Judy" Dupart, gifted her as a birthday present. And yet, that was only the beginning for the high-profile couple. 

As reported by The Atlanta Constitution Journal, the couple's brand new reality show premiered in August. In the series, aptly titled "Brat Loves Judy," the pair gave viewers an inside, no-holds-barred look into their relationship. But on the heels of the inaugural season's close, many are left anxiously waiting to know when they can expect another season of the show.

When will Brat Loves Judy Season 2 drop?

Sorry "Brat Loves Judy" stans. While many are still clamoring to know when exactly they can get their next "Brat Loves Judy" fix, according to Premiere Date News, WEtv has yet to confirm that a new season of the show is even in the works — to which we would like to respond by saying that is SOSOBRAT(ty) of them.

All jokes aside, should the powers that be opt to give Da Brat and Jesseca "Judy" Dupart a second season, they would no doubt have many storylines to choose from, including the biggest of them all: their upcoming wedding set for February 22, 2022, per a post on Brat's Instagram account. As reported by the "Rickey Smiley Morning Show," during Season 1, Judy pulled off the ultimate surprise of a lifetime when she popped the question to Brat during a "Coming To America" themed birthday extravaganza for Brat. First, a Bentley, then a diamond ring. What will she come up with next year?

Soon after the bombshell episode aired, Judy took to Instagram to share her own photo from the happy occasion. "She said YES ............. once she realized what was going on," Judy penned in the playful caption along with a photo of Brat showing off the oversized sparkler! Congrats Brat and Judy!

What will the cast of Brat Loves Judy Season 2 look like?

Though there is still no word yet as to whether or not "Brat Loves Judy" will be renewed for a new season, we can be certain that the show's two leading ladies, Da Brat and Jesseca "Judy" Dupart will be front and center. 

During an exclusive interview with The Knockturnal, both Brat and Judy admitted that putting their relationship on public display was hard but not impossible when handled correctly. "Being on a public platform and being all over the internet people are gonna say things. So as long as you are communicating and open with your significant other, there should be nothing that can be said that can get in between ya'll because ya'll have been very honest with each other," Judy explained. 

Brat echoed Judy's sentiments, noting that the main takeaway from their show was much bigger than just them as a couple. "We want people to take away that in success and love you can be great as long as you communicate and trust each other and let go of all insecurities, be vulnerable if you have to, and live in your truth," Brat declared.

Da Brat turned her life around

While Da Brat is certainly riding high these days with a hit reality show and a fiancee, it hasn't always been that way. As reported by MTV News, in 2008, the rapper pleaded guilty to aggravated assault after hitting a woman in a nightclub with a glass rum bottle and was sentenced to three years of hard time, seven years of probation, and 200 hours of community services for the felony. 

On February 28, the rapper-turned-reality star took to her Instagram account to celebrate ten years since her release from prison. "By the GRACE of GOD I am still alive and so so blessed," Brat penned in the celebratory post. "We all make mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes can actually SAVE your life. But the MOST important thing is to learn, grow and still work diligently to accomplish your goals," she added.

Congrats to Da Brat for turning her life around and starting anew!