Moniece Slaughter Checks VH1 Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Reunion Edit!
As we previously reported, Moniece Slaughter fears LHHH Edits, lies + narratives!
This is why she wants to set the record straight on the Vh1 edited version of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Reunion Pt 2.
The Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Reunion Pt 2 got completely heated between Fizz and Moniece when he completely disrespected her during the reunion. Read on…
CelebNReality247.com has the latest from Moniece Slaughter who took to social media to set the record straight and tell her truth.
During the LHHH Reunion, pt 2 Fizz tells Moniece Slaughter that he wants full custody and he will take care of their son Cam.
He goes on to say while Moniece goes and gets the mental help she needs to be the mother she wants to be, he’ll only take Cam if she relinquishes her custody rights.
You can see that Fizz’s constant disrespect is weighing heavy on Moniece. Her ex-Fizz is one SOB when it comes to co-parenting. What makes it worse that Apryl Jones feels entitled to be utterly disrespectful of Moniece as well, and she has no place in Moniece and Fizz co-parenting.
So, Moniece Slaughter Checks VH1 taking it to Instagram to set the record straight.
ll season long. They begged me to have this conversation. I’d gone through the season totally depressed and alone. I explained to them that I wasn’t willing to sit and have the conversation about the effects my depression had on my son with anyone on the cast because while I did have genuine friends on the show. I was paranoid and didn’t want to talk about it. I was paranoid that the edit would create a different narrative that wasn’t true as is always the case when it comes to my storyline.
The 32-year-old goes on to say “when it came to my son and this very sensitive topic of emotional and mental health.”
They promised me that when it came to my son and this very sensitive topic of emotional and mental health, the edit would be accurate & the narrative would be handled with care. I have always held it together in front of my son. He’s my sole motivation for pushing through at all costs. I agreed in the end because I felt like I wanted to leave the franchise, hopefully, able to inspire or encourage someone who is struggling or suffering. I wanted to leave bearing my soul in hopes that my heart posture would be seen and I’d finally be given some type of understanding. That someone somewhere would feel like they were not alone.
Moniece continues, “I’m leaving because I’m that committed to my healing and my growth for my son. “
I wanted to leave a mark on the viewers that would make an impact. I wanted to really get you guys to see that I’m human. That I’m leaving because I’m that committed to my healing and my growth for my son. That the check and the exposure has hurt me more ways than it’s ever helped. And that I’m just like everyone else. Hoping that someone’s mother would be brave enough to sit down with her kid(s), and bare her soul, with the sole intent to lead by example that their feelings also deserve validation, and that transparency and honesty is the only way to receive help in ANY & ALL areas of their lives. That being imperfect and flawed was okay.
Moniece states, “she is not defined by her diagnosis.”
Showing them what true perseverance looks like. What healing looks like. What growth looks like. What falling and getting back up looks like. And most importantly that they’re not defined by anyone else’s opinions. That she is not defined by her diagnosis. And that they as a unit are solely defined on how they pull through and show up for one another. I pray that I’ve been able to do that ??