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.
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.
Scripted reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta returned for the 4th and final season last night. An insider whispered in my ear that producer Mona Scott-Young has run out of fresh script ideas for the stale series.
I know you don’t care about this, but…
Yesterday. gossip tabloid TMZ.com spread lies that an unknown fashion designer named Princess Love threatened to commit suicide after man whore Ray J (Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood) dumped her for Chris Brown’s concubine Karrueche Tran.
I understand it’s reality TV but, how many fake stories can Mona Scott-Young leak?
On last night’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood finale, Fizz and his crazy baby mama, Moniece Slaughter, agree to work together to co-parent their 4-year-old son, Cameron. And Ray J gets relationship advice from rapper Snoop Dogg. Later, Ray J attends Teairra Mari‘s showcase and they kiss and make up. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood is probably producer Mona Scott Young‘s 2nd lowest rated reality TV series behind only Love & Hip Hop: New York. The characters are boring and uninspired.
Rumors are swirling about the real reason Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta cast members Benzino and Althea were let go from the hit reality TV show.
According to a source, producer Mona Scott-Young shed a couple of dead weights
to make room for rapper Da Brat and her girlfriend on popular reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.