The two are husband and wife now! And they want more babies, she revealed while on “Hot 97.”
“I have to keep working too many children. Yep…and my tubes ain’t tied so we’re looking to…” Mo said.
Although her home life seems to be going well, her friendships with other divas doesn’t seem to be. She fell out with Chante Moore during season two of “R&B Divas: LA.”
“Cause she was fakin…the funk. Her life. One of the producers left their notebook at my house and I was like…Ok…so that’s what her story is this season. What she told them and what she gave was two separate things. The tears, the ambulance scene, everything that was her story…it was just like Ok, so you came here just to be an actress,” she said.
She added, “I’m cool with that, just let me know what angle you coming from. Do you! If you want to be a fake broad then you be that but don’t do that with me.”
Looking back on all the drama that happened during season one, she blames Moore for ruining her friendship with Kelly Price.
“I lost a friend over her. Kelly Price and I were friends. We had a chance to make it right but, I took up for her a lot on season 1 and I was just like I’m doing that no more. I’m over it…cause she has never had to go to battle for me.”
Drama aside, Mo is focusing on her music and is releasing a new album, “The SCARlet Letter” dropping on Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. She has a new TV movie, “Who Can I Run To” — airing on Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014 on BET.
Watch the interview below: