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.
A source close to reality TV stars Joseline “Jose” Hernandez and Stevie J reached out to Sandrarose.com this morning to say Joseline is not pregnant.
Did anyone really believe Joseline was pregnant?