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LaTocha Scott Blames Mona Scott Young For How She Was Portrayed On Reality Show

Instead of taking accountability for her on-screen behavior, singer LieTocha Scott is blaming producer Mona Scott Young for how she was portrayed on SWV & Xscape: Queens of R&B.

During a recent interview with Chicago’s 107.5 WCGI host Kendra G, LaTocha said that if Bravo greenlights the show for a second season that she will not be participating.

She also tried to sell us the lie that out of the seven women on the show she was the only one who was consistently ganged up on.

She also tore into the show's producer Mona Scott Young (Love & Hip Hop franchise) for using the show to tear down black women.

“There’s not going to be a part two for me. No. I mean, when you come and you say two supergroups are going to be celebrated and it does not end that way. Like, you got everybody beefing on social media.”

Scott, 49, continued, “The nerve of a Black production company, with Monami coming in and not celebrating Black women. It’s just tearing down. The whole time, out of seven women, I was being attacked every single day.”

“So it’s just that thing for me like, when you say you’re going to do something we should be able to do it. And I think the fans have been slighted. And you know, and shame on her [Mona Scott-Young]. Shame on the production for doing that. We didn’t get to a tour, we didn’t get to music. So what was the end goal? What are we doing here?”

“Did I have reservations? Of course I did. But when she [Mona Scott-Young] started to say ‘Hey, we’re going to celebrate y’all, y’all going to do a tour, we’re going to talk about how you do a show, how you got to do the wardrobe and the music,’ I’m like, ‘that’s beautiful.’”

She added, “None of the things happened until we started filming, none of the craziness. So, was this a set up? What did we do this for?”

Despite LaTocha promoting her solo album, and the other ladies performing as a trio, she says she will always be part of Xscape.

“I’m definitely apart of Xscape. I created the name. That’s the mothership. That’s where I come from. I would never forget where I come from. But it’s time for me to do music. I’ve always wanted to do music.”

Reality star and actress Tami Roman offered her two cents in The Neighborhood Talk comments, and she basically took all the thoughts about LaTocha I've had in my head and put it to words.

Now Tocha, this isn't your first time at the reality TV rodeo. You know damn well how it all works. And even if you were set up as you claim, no one put a gun to your head and told you to behave the way you did on the show.

I just think at this point she really needs to stop doing interviews, because everytime she opens her mouth she continues to make things worse.

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