Over the past few months, Slaughter and Jones have been beefing over social media and on “LHHH” after the mother of one accused Jones of dating Lil Fizz, Slaughter’s ex-boyfriend and father of Jones’ child. The situation got even messier when fans realized Lil Fizz and Jones’ ex-boyfriend and father of her two children Omarion Grandberry are band mates in the boy group B2K.
Slaughter eventually confronted Jones about her alleged relationship with Lil Fizz, but their conversation quickly turned into an explosive confrontation, ending with the two women at each other’s necks. Fast-forward to the August 12 episode, and it seems Slaughter has had a change of heart.
During the series’ Monday night segment, the “Petty” singer decided to call a truce with Jones by inviting her on tour. The episode not only took fans by surprise, but it also shocked 32-year-old Jones.
“I put my whole tour together … And I think that you should go,” Slaughter said to her apparent frenemy.
A shocked Jones responded, “Girl we are crazy. … It just sounds crazy af. … Your whole situation on the Internet calling me a whole prostitute.”
Slaughter said her intention for inviting Jones on tour was to keep close tabs on her and Fizz’s son. She claimed the “Bump Bump Bump” rapper seemingly cut communication short between them, apparently putting a strain on her relationship with their child.
“LHHH” viewers questioned Slaughter’s unexpected decision to call a truce with her seemingly former foe. They claimed it was a “set up.”
“This a set up 😂 Moniece is crazy and I’m here for it, I think she got something up her sleeve”
“Keep your friends close but your enemies closer 😂🤷 I think she gone sneek April one time or something. I don’t trust it lol”
“Mo think she slick lol she only invited Apryl on tour to find out about her and Fizz. We get it girl 🤣.”
“Moniece was trying to move forward and keep the peace but I still think she’s up to something. They gone fight 🥊.”
After the episode aired, Slaughter took to Instagram and claimed she invited Jones on tour “in real life for no other reason than to get money.” She added, “Controversy sells.”