Scott-Young – who started her entertainment moguldom as co-founder of Violator Management (including pioneering hip-hop acts Missy Elliott, LL Cool J and 50 Cent) with the late Chris Lighty – is co-owner and Chief Marketing Officer for Myx Fusions Moscato and founder of her own film production company, Monami Entertainment (with VH1 hits “Love & Hip Hop New York,” “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” and “Chrissy & Mr. Jones”).
And the latter hasn’t come without criticism – which she deftly took on today.
“You know, it’s so funny, people have this love/hate, LOVE/HATE relationship with “Love & Hip Hop,” explains Scott-Young, in town as Myx Fusion Moscato co-sponsors the BET Music Matters’ “Rebellious Soul” Tour, headlined by LHH co-star/R&B singer K. Michelle. “They love the show, they love the drama; but then they’re mad at the drama and they don’t want to see the fighting. But then they want to see the fighting. It’s like a roller-coaster ride!”
A straightforward analysis of which Tigger and Scott-Young take you on, above…