It’s not like we expect Mona Scott-Young and the rest of the producers behind “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” to come flat out and say that the show is scripted. But, to completely deny that the show is fully reality is just scary! Scott and main character, Stevie J., appeared on MTV’s “Rap Fix Live” to address “L&HHATL” rumors.
“We don’t feed you information. It’s not scripted,” said Mona.”That’s the most ridiculous thing that I hear all the time. There are like 40-something people on set. Do you think I can get them all to keep the secret? What do they do with script afterwards, eat it? This is their lives!”
Stevie J. nonchalantly mentioned the heartache he caused his baby mother Mimi after she found out his mistress/ artist was pregnant. “I should’ve brought it to her attention a little sooner. It happens,” he said.
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Producers Claim “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” Is Not Scripted! was originally published on theurbandaily.com