Some might know Mona Scott-Young as the former president of Violator Management, others might recognize the “Renaissance Sister” as the face behind artists such as Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes. Today, she’s the force behind hip-hop’s favorite VH1 docu-drama, Love & Hip-Hop. With over 20 years in the game, Scott-Young has managed some of rap’s biggest names while staking her claim in today’s television and film world. Between working on films with 50 Cent and Nicholas Cage (The Dance), multi-media’s mogul-on-the rise is now busy managing the lives of VH1’s most watched reality series for the season. From make-ups to break-ups and fist fights to friendships, Mona Scott-Young gives audiences worldwide the real behind-the-scenes look at hip-hop’s favorite TV stars. Ballin’!
— Amber McKynzie