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Apparently, Ray J and Yung Berg aren’t the only men of “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” accused of being violent. According to Moniece Slaughter, mother to Fizz’s son, the former B2K singer demonstrated violent behavior during their relationship. Though she appears pretty violent on the series, Moniece insists that her ex was frequently the aggressor during their violent episodes.

“He has done things like kick my dog across the room and he decided to engage a full-on fight with me after he threatened to take my son and never bring him back home,” Moniece told CocoaFab. “He is selfish, spoiled and he has this ridiculous sense of entitlement. In his home that is nurtured and everyone walks on eggshells around him. He carries that with him in real life.”

She went on to say that she’s not a woman who will sit around and accept domestic violence.

“Anyone who deals with that has no self-esteem and no sense of self-worth. That’s something they have to find on their own. You can’t give a man love and respect if you don’t love and respect yourself,” she said.

“Nobody on this earth can make you react a certain way. No one can make you do anything We are all in control of our own decisions and our own choices. Women have to make the choice for themselves. If you don’t love you, he can’t love you. Thats’ what it all boils down to.”

Moniece also painted her ex as a “manipulative” and “disrespectful” person.

“I was hesitant because I don’t trust my son’s father. He’s very conniving, very manipulative and very disrespectful. All those things were scary because I didn’t know if he really had my best interest at heart or if he was just using me to get onto the show. Now I know he was just using me.”

Despite being “manipulated” into joining the show, Moniece says she has no issues with the way that she appeared on the show. Her only beef is the way that Fizz described her.

“I have no issues with the way the show has depicted me. I don’t have any complaints about editing or any of that,” she continued. “It is a little frustrating that my son’s father has depicted me the way he has. It’s not surprising but it’s still very disappointing.”

“This custodial arrangement is new. It has only been this way since the end of June. The older he gets the more we have to communicate because the bigger the events become and the bigger the bills become,” she explained.


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