Hazel-E is about to be unemployed. Word is Mona Scott-Young is pushing for VH1 to fire the struggle artists from Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood after her gay bashing and brown skin women of color demeaning comments.
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.
Our sources say it’s not just the homophobic rant that pissed her off … Hazel’s negative remarks about women of color have disgusted her as well.
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.
Expect Hazel-E to follow the struggle playbook of saying she voluntarily left the show, is planning to record an album and to be sure to keep following her on social media.
Oh wait…Hazel-E says she “tried” to quit a month ago.
She did offer up an apology (see below), but nobody cares.