Hazel E has really done it this time!
Love & Hip Hop Hollywood powerhouse Mona Scott-Young is pissed off with Hazel-E‘s over recent racist and homophobic remarks.
The derogatory comments were so vile, Scott-Young feels the LHHH platform is no place for Hazel E and wants her fired immediately.
“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.”
The Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star’s boyfriend Rose Burgandy, went on a homophobic posting spree earlier this week. He wished all gays a “fiery death,” and Hazel E cosigned all of it. Hazel E made multiple posts saying she wasn’t sorry for what she posted before issuing the following apology.
Repost from @theshaderoom using @RepostRegramApp – TSR STAFF: Tanya P.! @tanyaxpayne _____________________________ Well, we all knew this was coming #Roommates. It was really only a matter of time but #HazelE has created an apology video that addresses her homophobic comments from yesterday during an interview with @TMZ_TV. __________________________________ We all saw #HazelE and her boyfriend #RoseBurgandy go on a homophobic posting spree where Rose wished all gays a fiery death and Hazel cosigned for everyone to see. Well now that the heat has been turned up, Hazel is apologizing and claiming her comments were taken out of context. Please note she made multiple posts saying she wasn't sorry for what she said before this video, even calling herself "Uncle Rukus" for her comments about black women. ________________________________ In the 2 minute video, Hazel admits it wasn’t the smartest thing to do but also low-key defended her actions, saying—read more at theshaderoom.com
The Girl Code author also went after co-star’s: Brooke Valentine, Moniece Slaughter and comedian Jess Hilarious for being “jealous” of her lighter complexion. She went as far as even calling herself, “Uncle Rukus” for her comments about black women.