Lifetime takes a look at a group of socialites who identify as “Black American Princesses and Princes”
In the sizzle reel for lifetime's new reality show “BAPs,” viewers are introduced to a community of St. Louis socialites who identify themselves as Black American Princesses and Princes (BAPs).
“We are cultured and educated, generationally groomed,” cast member Anisha Morell said. “You're born a BAP.”
The show will explore the lavish lifestyle of Morell and her fellow BAPs Kristen, Gina, Jason, Riccarda and Brandon. They view each other as family, but the desire for success often puts their relationships to the test. In a world where there is no shortage of social events, the same can also be said of egos.
“Kanye and Beyoncé have nothing on us,” said Morell of their exclusive group.
Viewers may remember the 1997 movie “BAPs,” which starred Halle Berry as a homegirl who wants to become a “BAP.” She may want to forget that period in her career.
“BAPs” premieres Wednesday, July 23 at 10/9c on Lifetime.
Watch the drama unfold in the video above.