‘Love & Hip Hop’ executive producer Mona Scott-Young tells Just The Fab that she has nothing but love for the displaced chocolate chip on Chrissy Lampkin’s face.
Doesn’t that just make your heart smile?
“I adore Chrissy. I think she is so smart, I think she is great. What I think she came to realize is that putting yourself out there that way on national television and having to experience all the things that she experienced, with the cameras rolling, it wasn’t an easy thing,” said Scott.
She continued, “Right now what I’m doing is I’m kind of giving her some time. I’m hoping that in time things will calm down and she’ll feel a little bit better and I think once some of that smoke clears she’ll have an opportunity to really reflect back on the relationship,” said the series creator. “And I trust the fact that she knows I really care about her, and I care about Jim.”
In a recent interview with XXL magazine the former president of Violator Management shared her vision for the future of the ‘Love & Hip Hop’ franchise.
“I want it to grow like Sex & the City, where women would group together on whatever night that was and there was a whole movement associated with watching the show. I love to see sparked conversations about relationships in this world, and I love that the show has put that at the forefront. It isn’t just about bling or one-night stands in this world. There are real relationships.”
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