Lil’ Mo is an award-winning songwriter and recording artist who climbed the R&B charts in the early 2000’s. After reaching success, she settled down to start a family and remained quietly out of the limelight for a while. That is, until she resurfaced to star in R&B Divas: LA. Throughout the last three seasons of the TV One hit series, we’ve seen her struggle to manage family, friend and career drama on the small screen.
With this season’s viewers setting a record and Mo getting back into radio and regaining control of her life after season two, the 36-year-old has a lot to be thankful for. Lil’ Mo took some time to speak –very passionately– to theJasmineBRAND.com about her peer’s on the show and how she’s pulling herself together to further her entertainment career. Peep some experts below:
On Chrisette Michelle leaving the show:
We knew at some point Chrisette was going to leave; she had the tour, but I didn’t know she was going to quit for good… She’s a top fan favorite, so with her gone you are going to have to fill her shoes. So I don’t know, maybe Stacey was the only one available.
On how she felt about Stacey’s presence on the show:
She didn’t really shake nothing up, she just brought things to light because they was been shaken up. She’s just loud…I was glad that she came with the personality because as much as people hate her, you can’t forget her.
On her biggest issue with Chante Moore:
She don’t tell the truth, since the first season. But nobody sees it, or they see it and just don’t want to say nothing…I was just told to watch her from the beginning from very reliable sources that had nothing to do with the show, was just like ‘yo, just watch her because she gonna always play the victim‘…I was expecting her to come in and be like the oldest diva, with second season and third season and come in and be like, ‘y’all girls got to get it together,’ but nobody even trust her like that…
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