Sherri Shepherd grilled Mona Scott-Young when the “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” creator popped up on “The View.”
Mona might have been expecting a pleasant time when she sat down at the table with the ladies of “The View,” but Sherri wanted to address the explosive behavior on her VH1 reality shows.
In particular, Sherri told Mona that she was really put off by the fact that viewers rarely see two grown women having a calm, rational conversation when trying to resolve an issue.
“It was like every time they talked it would escalate into a physical fight and it did something in my stomach to see my sisters over here fighting so much,” Sherri told Mona. “I have to say, I have to be honest, I couldn’t watch it much after that.”
Mona denied that she instigated fights in certain situations for better ratings. Instead, she explained that it’s just easy for things to get out of hand on the set, stating, “You know what it is? It’s the passion that they have about certain subjects and a lot of times it leads to that.”
Furthermore, Mona didn’t make any apologies for her cast members fighting. That disagreement aside, Mona was right at home with the ladies when it came to have a co-host debate. Sherri even had to side with Mona about the topic of how far is too far when it comes to sex education in school.
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