Mona Scott-Young, the creator of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” answered some tough questions about the fighting on the show. In this exclusive interview, Rickey Smiley explains why he can’t support “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” and encourages Mona Scott-Young to use her popular reality shows for more positive purposes.
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