Fed Up Moniece Slaughter Begs Mona Scott-Young to Release Her from ‘LHHH’ Contract

Moniece Slaughter‘s run on “Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” has come to an end and the singer is pleading with the franchise to be released from her contract.

Slaughter wrote a very lengthy Instagram post on Sunday, saying that she no longer has the energy to continue working with the franchise. She tagged several producers in her post of “LHHH” including Mona Scott-Young and said she’s on the brink of another mental breakdown.

Moniece Slaughter

The 31-year-old uploaded a photo that read, “#ReleaseMoniece #PassItOn” and said the show has “sucked the life” out of her.

She added, “My depression. My anxiety. My sleep deprivation. My weight loss. Are at an all time high. And with a slightly teary stare, I am begging you. Humbly. Desperately. Please. Release me. I don’t know how else to drive it home. But I feel like I’ve run out of options. Just release me. Let me go. And let’s be thankful for 5 amazing seasons. But I need off this ride. For my sanity. For my son. For myself. I neeeeeeeeddddd to be released.”

Slaughter admitted that when she originally was told no to the release of her contract, she had a complete breakdown.

“I chose to intensive outpatient therapy and medication. But today, I’m in a place where I absolutely can not take any more. For any reason. I’m miserable. I have completely run out of steam. I have no more to give to this franchise,” the reality star expressed.

Moniece Slaughter

(photo credit: Moniece Instagram)

Slaughter’s plea to be released from her contract was written days before she and Princess Love got into an altercation while filming. Love allegedly threw a rock and champagne flutes at Slaughter while on set. The “Compromise” singer filed a police report against Love on Monday and insisted that Love physically assaulted her.

Slaughter posted a photo of her arm wrapped up in bandages on Instagram and said, “When they can’t match you w/ words. When they can’t get to you so they throw stones instead but your ninja reflexes are on fleek,” Slaughter said.

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