Fans Call For Nina Parker To Be Replaced As 'Love And Hip Hop' Reunion Host -- Nina Claps Back!
The "Love and Hip Hop" franchise is known for a dramatic season and an even more over-the-top reunion special. This installment of "Love and Hip Hop Hollywood" definitely brought the interesting storylines; however, the reunion was definitely lackluster.
Fans believe it was because host Nina Parker wasn't asking the right questions in addition to not being able to control the cast conversation.
Since the first airing of the two-part reunion show, fans have taken to Twitter to plead with executive producer Mona Scott Young to replace Parker with Instagram comedian Kendall Kyndall or even actress Mo'Nique.
The hostess took wind of the slander and decided to respond.
"Monique DID host before & when she did y’all slandered her too. Y’all so worried about a HOST but can’t even put this energy into your own career. Meanwhile I just booked two more shows. STAY TF MAD. I’m going to still be on ya TV. 11 years in this game and I ain’t moving," she started off.
She continued to explain: "I’m a professional host. Educated & trained to read a prompter, have 10 people in my ear & listen to 20 cast members stage w a live audience. Being combative as a HOST won’t work w the LHH cast, you have to maintain a level of civility. Y’all talking but you’re a master of NONE."
"Don’t let the professional in me fool you. I have been on television for 11 years, CONSISTENTLY. As a BLACK woman. I’ll be damned if I let anyone disrespect me working hard for my dream. I work 12-14 days, work weekends and built this from nothing. FOH," she added.
Nina logged off to go and film her new show on E! called "Nightly Pop."
One viewer even took it a step further and decided to create an online petition to garner Mona's attention. She has yet to respond.
Do you think Nina should be replaced? What do you think of her clapback?