Whether you hate the show or love the show, ‘Love & Hip-Hop: ATL’ is one of VH1′s top rated shows. Cast member record producer Stevie J and executive producer Mona Scott-Young sat down with Sway on Wednesday’s (July 18) episode of “RapFix Live” and spoke out about accusations of the show being scripted.
“I just live my life. I don’t even care about the cameras around. I just do what I do,” he said. “If it shocks the world, then you know, I guess they’re in shock.”
“At it’s core, this show is set in a very specific world and is dealing with the struggles that these women are experiencing. When I hear that the show is fake or I hear that the show is scripted. It almost negates their very lives because this is their lives, this is what their dealing with. It was going on before our cameras started rolling, it went on during and will continue to go on even when we pack up and leave the city. They have every right to tell their stories. I think they’re valid stories, and judging by the numbers, they’re stories that people want to see and hear about”
Do you believe them when they say it isn’t scripted?? Check out some snippets of the interview below..
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