Members of Mona’s inner circle describe her as laser-focused, persuasive and a great storyteller, all qualities that have made her one of TV’s most powerful and polarizing (and only) black female executives, among the ranks of Shonda Rhimes, Debra Lee and, yes, Oprah.
The snap judgment is that appeals to the lowest common denominator.
She’s wearing an off-white blouse and black power-trousers with matching Louboutins. The language she speaks is business pitch, even in casual convo.
As a former manager to superstars like Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes and 50 Cent as part of the storied Violator Management, she’s mastered the art of media training.
Around once, Olivia given vocals to Shaggy (Olivia released her single, “Best Friend”, featuring 50 Cent in 2006.) In 2007, it had been declared Olivia and G-Unit Records had parted ways, so her second studio album Behind Closed Doors was shelved.
But, the record has since been released as a mixtape available for downloading on several sites.
In 2000, she became the very first artist signed to Clive Davis’ J Records. In 2004, Olivia reemerged as the primary girl signed to G-Unit Records.
She contributed vocals to the group’s debut album Beg for Mercy and to 50 Cent’s The Massacre, for example, record’s number one single “Candy Shop”.
In a radio interview with The Breakfast Club, the rapper revealed that Elliott had a relationship with Olivia, who was formerly signed to his G-Unit record label.
See it’s her fault for actually saying that to you,” the rapper disclosed.
She was born on the 15th of February, 1981 and in 2015 her current age is 36 years old.
Olivia was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America as the only child of a middle-class family.
couple are at Hot 97’s Manhattan office, crashing a poker match between the radio station’s staff. Stevie and Joseline blew in from Atlanta to tape a cameo for Mona Scott-Young’s latest TV venture, -like mockumentary than the chicks behaving badly programming that’s become Mona’s bread and butter.