We’ve only seen one episode of “Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta” but it obviously didn’t take long for people to chalk it up as a ratchet hot mess of a show. Apparently all that talk has made it’s way back to the show’s producer, Mona Scott-Young, and already she’s tired of it.
Using the best platform to get your “I don’t care what you have to say ’bout me” thoughts out there, Mona took to Twitter to extend this message to critics”
You know what they say..”Shoot the messenger”. But more simply, if you don’t like the show…DON’T WATCH IT! Freedom of choice!! I just … the folks talking s*** but glued to the screen. Change the damn channel!! LOL!”
I mean yeah, at this point arguing against this show is like making a case against video models in rap videos: these women signed up for this, nobody is forcing them to be there. Now, if the show turns violent like “Basketball Wives,” which it doesn’t appear to be from the season preview, then there should be an argument against it’s promotion of bullying and all that mess. But right now all we’re seeing are women walking around like little lost hip-hop puppies. You could probably make a case for it’s exploitation of fools in love but these women were lost long before the cameras started rolling.
That being said, do you think Mona has a point? If you don’t like it, don’t watch?
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