Lil Mo goes in on ‘R&B Divas: LA’ co-star Dawn Robinson

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    LilMo_DawnRobinsonWhile she wouldn’t describe any of her “R&B Divas: LA” co-stars as “ratchet,” Lil Mo said there is at least one fellow singer she considers a “cowardly lion.”

    “She’s like 63-years-old. She needs to stop. Grow up,” Lil Mo said about former EnVogue singer Dawn Robinson. “You supposed to be leading us to the water. You supposed to lead us to the Red Sea and get us to the Promised Land. I’m out here with four kids and helping you get your $#!t.”

    To back up her claim, Mo referred to incidents on the show in which Dawn seemed to rely heavily on Kelly Price. Fans of the series have likely noted the cast members’ division that resulted after Kelly hired one director to work on the ladies’ project, while Mo and Chante Moore had already approved another.

    Dawn, the oldest of the ladies on the show at 47, is seemingly Team Kelly and continually asks the younger singer for her advice and leadership when it comes to their upcoming “Not Your Mama’s Monologue” show, which may or may not see the light of day.

    After seeing how Dawn operates within a group, Mo suggested that her personality might have something to do with her departure from the ‘90s ensemble.

    “That’s why you probably got kicked out of the group. No shade,” she said on “The Breakfast Club” radio show. “Now, I see why they X’d her out.”

    Mo and Dawn haven’t had a one-on-one confrontation on the show yet, but according to next week’s preview, one is on the way.

    Check out the first three minutes of the next episode. Watch.

    Mo talks more about “Divas,” Stevie Wonder and motherhood with “The Breakfast Club” below. Watch.

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