#RSU’s…Mona Scott-Young was in Atlanta earlier this past week (Monday March 25) to promote her new shows, “The Gossip Game,” and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2.”. She sat down for an exclusive with interview with allhiphop.com to address some negative feedback and stereo typing received in regards to the type of TV shows she produces (reality TV) and she makes some interesting points.
Check out this exclusive interview from Mona Scott-Young:
Mona Scott-Young Dishes on “The Gossip Game” from AllHipHop on Vimeo.
As Allhiphop reports: “…The Multi-media power broker is the co-founder and former President of Violator Management, has steered the careers of artists such as Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, Maxwell and Fantasia, just to name a few. After nearly two decades of successful partnership at Violator Management, Mona followed her desire to branch out and created Monami Entertainment, a multifaceted, boutique, entertainment company.
The film and television production division of Monami established the “Love & Hip Hop” brand with the first season of the hit VH1 show in 2011. Since, the NY series has seen three seasons and the raucous ATL series is starting its second…”
Click here to read more from the source: Allhiphop.com
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