Cast at Love & Hip Hop: Miami Screening in Miami

Season 1 of Mona Scott Young‘s new reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Miami premiered on Monday, Jan. 1, on VH1. The series follows Mona’s usual reality show formula: washed up rappers, fake fights, fake women, scripted drama, drag queens, gays, etc.

The only recognizable names in the cast are former rappers Trick Daddy, Trina, old skool singer Pleasure P (of Pretty Ricky), and reality TV veteran Shay Johnson.

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Tommie Lee Karen King

Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta producer Mona Scott-Young has a problem on her hands. It seems one of her cast members is gunning for another cast member.

Mona’s policy is to keep the locations of the filming a secret. NO one outside of the cast and crew is allowed on the set, and the cast members must surrender their cellphones and undergo full body searches.

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Mona Scott Young Hazel-E

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood creator Mona Scott-Young is “disgusted” by reality TV star Hazel-E‘s rant against dark skinned women. Scott-Young is considering whether to terminate the young starlet’s contract after she referred to dark skinned women as “monkeys”.

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Xscape Mona Scott Young

A biopic about the lives and times of R&B group Xscape is in the works.

Original group members Kandi Burruss-Tucker, Tameka ‘Tiny’ Cottle, and sisters LaTocha and Tamika Scott are working on the project with Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta producer Mona Scott-Young, according to a report on Deadline.com.

Pictured (L-R): Kandi Burrus, Latocha Scott, Mona Scott-Young, Tameka Cottle, Tamika Scott.

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love and hip hop atlanta

Yesterday, a loyal reader named Baron sparked an intense debate in the comments section when he claimed that widespread “homophobia” in the black community is the reason why down low black men stay in the closet.

Another commenter corrected Baron by stating that being in the closet does not equate to being a down low man who hooks up with multiple men and brings diseases home to his wife or girlfriend.

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scrapp deleon lyndon smith

I remember visiting the mansion of Scrapp Deleon and his mother Karen “KK” King many years ago when Scrapp and his brother Sas were part of the kiddie group Da Razkalz Cru with their cousin, Dolla, who was shot to death in a gang-related shootout in California.

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Karlie Redd

According to Rhymeswithsnitch.com, executive producer Mona Scott-Young is making major cast changes to Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

Regular cast members MiMi Faust, Kirk and Rasheeda Frost, Karlie Redd, Lil Scrappy, Bambi, Mama Dee, Yung Joc and Khadiyah, Tammy Rivera, Kalenna and Tony and Jessica Dime will all continue to draw paychecks.

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VH1 press release

An email sent out to the blogs by VH1’s publicity department left many bloggers scratching their heads.

The poorly written press release trumpets the addition of openly gay “rapper” Milan Christopher to the cast of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

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Scrappy Erica child support drama

It’s obvious that producer Mona Scott-Young ran out of fresh script ideas on last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. So she cued the lawyers to reenact child support drama between Scrappy and Erica Dixon, a’la Usher vs Tameka and Ludacris vs Tamika.

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