Mona Scott-Young reportedly wants Hazel-E off show over anti-gay comments

Mona Scott-Young, the creator of the Love & Hip-Hop franchise, wants Hazel-E off her show.

Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.

Mona Scott-Young, the creator of the Love & Hip-Hop franchisewants Hazel-E off her show.

According to TMZ, Scott-Young wants to kick Hazel out after she recently made comments, with her boyfriend, Rose Burgandy, on Instagram suggesting that gay people should burn in hell.

Scott-Young does not have the final say in the casting, however, so she has to convince the network. Her production company is not the only one involved with the show, but she is putting the pressure on to axe Hazel.

This after Hazel recently spoke to TMZ to apologize for her comments, saying that she was misunderstood and that the comments were made in anger over someone trying to out her boyfriend.