In a candid and revealing interview, Love and Hip-Hop creator Mona Scott-Young sits down with TheCombatJackShow.com America’s top rated hip-hop podcast, to discuss her storied career as well as her recent transformation into a reality show mogul.
The interview also features Scott-Young’s most extensive comments to date on the passing of her former Violator Management partner and friend Chris Lighty. “There was the man that everybody knew in the boardroom, in the office and then there was my friend. My partner. The guy that I remember sitting in that apartment in the Bronx and we conceptualized how we were going to take over the world.”
I know I say this every week but this is one of the best interviews we’ve ever done, as we welcome Mona Scott Young, the creator and producer of such reality TV classics as Love & Hip-Hop. Not only does Mona Scott speak on the reality television industry, she also speaks on the life and death of Chris Lighty and how it felt to lose a personal friend, plus we get into her past as well as her present as one of the most influential people in media today. Pay attention, Mrs. Scott Young has a history and a Blake Griffin bright future in this industry.
Props to the Combat Jack Show.
Mona speaking on Chris Lighty: