Fresh off the blogosphere from her juicy interview with Hip Hollywood a couple weeks ago, Mo’ of “The T.O. Show” recently caught up with The Urban Daily’s Jazzy F. for a very lengthy and very real interview. Mo spilled the beans on everything from what really went down in that interview to gearing up for the third season of VH1’s “The T.O. Show.”
True to form, Mo’ never backed down nor retracted her statements about VH1’s “Basketball Wives” Evelyn Lozada being “A walking yeast infection.” Check out some excerpts from the interview below:
What do you think about the beef between Tami and Evelyn?
“My issue is she continues to disrespect Tami, and Tami and I are cool. I knew Tami before I was married. To call Tami a non-motherfu*king factor when [Evelyn] was having an affair with Kenny is just crazy! You can meet, greet, and sleep with a guy in one night if you want to. You can get drunk and screw a guy closer to your daughter’s age if you want to. But what you can’t do is be bold and disrepectful and not expect to have backlash. The botom line is you pretended to be this chick’s friend. I don’t care if it was for a day, a week, a month, an hour — don’t smile and laugh in her face when you know her dude done dicked you down. That’s the first black girl rule to getting your ass kicked.
The first day you met her, you should have pulled her to the side and let her know. So don’t get defensive when someone wants to come at you, because honestly, Tami is like a pitbull; she comes at your ass barking, ready to bite! And Evelyn is more like a Chihuahua. She’s a little dog that barks in the yard and backs up when your ass comes toward her.”
Why did you make the comments about Evelyn being the non-m*therf*cking factor?
“Kita and I went to the Forbes Celebrity Entrepreneur Awards as the producers and creators of the T.O. Show. I did not go there with Evelyn on my mind, just to make that clear. While we were on the red carpet one reporter said she was happy to see The T.O. Show back for a third season and how we are the only show that shows two black women running a business in a positive light. When asked if I watch Basketball Wives I responded, “I support it.” I completely support Shaunie O’Neal’s movement and I am friendly with a lot of the girls on the show.
The same reporter then mentions how I move in the same circle as Terrell and Chad and what do I think about Chad and Evelyn’s relationship. I said, “I don’t think one way or the other about their relationship. I don’t know Evelyn to get all up into it that way.” I stated, “what I do know is that Evelyn needs to slow down and stop portraying herself a certain way.” She asked and “how is that”, I said, “well sleeping with married men and pretending like the wife is a non-motherfucking factor is just so disrespectful, but what do you expect from her? On the show, she meets, greets, and sleeps, with a guy the same night, whether it’s the truth or not, it’s portrayed that way.”
Will there be a possible Mo & Kita spinoff?
“That’s possible; it may be in the works sooner than later. We’ve gotta hear from the audience though; we’ve got to hear what they want to see.”
I have to admit, before the interview I liked Monique Jackson but after hearing this interview I LOVE Mo! She kept it so real, minus the expletives she told it how it was, which is refreshing in the entertainment industry because that is extremely hard to find. Good luck to Mo’ in the future and be sure to follow her on twitter @MONIQUEJACKSON.
You can check out the rest of the interview here.
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