Mona Scott-Young Wants VH1 to Fire Hazel-E from 'Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood' for Her Homophobic Comments

Earlier this week, ‘Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood’ cast member Hazel-E went on a nasty tirade against Black women and the LGBT community.

She apologized, but the damage has been done and Hazel-E has officially been cancelled.

To be honest, we weren’t even going to give her social media shenanigans any coverage — but now Mona Scott-Young is calling for VH1 to have her fired from the show.

via TMZ:

Sources close to the ‘LHHH’ executive producer tell TMZ … she made it clear with VH1 she expects Hazel to get booted from the show for saying gays should burn in hell, but contrary to popular belief … Mona doesn’t get final say on personnel decisions.

We’re told Mona’s production company is not the only one involved with ‘LHHH’ so Hazel’s fate will be a group decision — but she’s pressing the network hard to 86 her.

We’re counting on VH1 to do the right thing and let that beast go.

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