Lil Mo On R&B Divas and Reality TV: It’s Supposed To Boost, Not Bring You Down

Did the R&B Divas franchise bring down names like Kelly Price and LaTavia Roberson?

According to Lil Mo (R&B Divas LA), reality TV is not supposed to bring people down, but it can and has taken away from some folk's "coin."

"The reality show platform is supposed to boost. It’s not supposed to bring down and it’s not supposed to feel like this is detrimental to my coin," Lil Mo shared with Sister 2 Sister magazine. "A lot of people don’t want to be ‘Kelly Priced.’ People loved Kelly before the show. People still love her, but they don’t like her attitude."

Looking at what happened on the reunion for "R&B Divas Atlanta," Lil Mo believes it's time to go when the show becomes detrimental to your career.

In related news, Lil Mo is looking forward to the premiere of "R&B Divas LA" tonight on TV One.

"R&B Divas LA" premieres tonight, Wednesday, July 16, at 10 p.m. on TV One.