“Love & Hip Hop” and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” creator Mona Scott-Young recently talked about her popular VH1 reality shows on “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.” Listeners had a huge response to the conversation between Mona Scott-Young and Rickey Smiley, and some even accused him of hating on her.
While Mona admitted that “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” is not age appropriate, and is not a show she allows her children to watch, she and Rickey didn’t quite see eye-to-eye on several other issues related to the show. Hear this compelling conversation about “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” by listening to the audio below, and check out part I of this interview here.
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Should VH1 Pull “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” Off The Air? [EXCLUSIVE] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com