AceShowbiz - Moniece Slaughter wasn't happy with how VH1 edited her part in the latest episode of "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood". The singer blasted the network for making it seemed like she was having a breakdown in front of her son Kamron, whom she shares with ex Lil Fizz, while it wasn't what actually happened.
"I want to addres [sic] tonight's edit aka lie told to you guys by @vh1. On camera I never said I had a break down in front of my son," so she wrote on Instagram. "I never said that ws the reason for my sons comment. The night I had the break down. My son was sleep upstairs in my bed. I watched a clip of the show and had a melt down based off the edit (I was already mid-swing of a depressive episode). And I locked myself in my laundry room so kam wouldn't hear me crying. That's when I called his dad for help."
Moniece went on explaining that the day when Kamron said, "I don't understand why I can't just have a normal mom," happened in 'a totally different week, for a completely different reason." She said that it happened after she "was on the phone beefing with profuction about a separate edit that had previously aired. Kamron was trying to talk to me. He could tell that I was stressed. He could sense I was on the brink of coming undone. He sat on the couch next to my dad and that was when he said, 'I don't understand why I can't just have a normal mom.' "
She added that she later went upstairs and "fell apart" before her dad brought kam inside. "[Her dad] came up to get me. Hugged me. Told me he loved me. Encouraged me. Let me know he was there for me in whatever capacity I felt was best for Kamron and I."
During the episode, Moniece revealed that when she reached out to Fizz when she had a meltdown but he denied her help. "I texted him and was like, 'Please call me, it's emergency.' But he didn't text back so I called, he didn't answer. And I literally dropped my ego, let go the pride, and I called Apryl [Jones] in tears, like, 'Can you put Dreux on the phone?' and she was like, 'Okay, he's right here.' "
"He was like, 'What's up?' And I'm in tears and I was like, 'I don't know what is up, but I do know that I might need your help this week because I don't know if I'm gonna be able to get through the week with Kamron,' " she continued.
This got mixed reactions from people online. Some suggested Moniece to get help with one saying, "Depression/anxiety is so real.. i hope she gets the help she need." Someone else advised her to "go see a counselor please," while another person wrote on Instagram, "Girl just leave the show."
Some others, however, didn't feel sympthetic for her. "She should be tired of playing the victim... Y'all should know these reality shows will make y'all look bad," one user wrote. "Tired of her," another comment read.