VH1 Show Creator Mona Scott-Young Opens Up To Angela Yee On Power 105


The brains behind VH1 hit shows Love & Hip Hop (New York and Atlanta) and new series The Gossip Game, Mona Scott-Young is a force to be reckoned with. Sitting down with Angela Yee’s The Breakfast Club this morning, the Monami Entertainment mogul had quite a few details to share on how the shows are produced to entertain the masses.

“I lived hip hop for many years,” Mona explained to Angela, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy in defense of her birthing the reality shows that have become both popular and controversial. “I witnessed these women living in this world, dealing with the things that they dealt with in their relationships, and so it was about just providing a platform.”

Dropping gems on how the shows are set up, Mona insists throughout the interview that both Love and Hip Hop series and The Gossip Game aren’t scripted in any way. Yes, the cast members are in contact with show production to schedule shoots around their professional movements, but what falls out of their mouths during those tapings are the characters own thoughts. And the fighting? “Nobody’s in there telling people to fight, that’s the misconception!” Mona urged over The Breakfast Club airwaves. Keep reading…

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