“You Can’t Put Me In A Box”: Lil Mo is Back and Is Finishing What She’s Started on This Season of Love & Hip Hop

"There's just levels to this crown that I wear atop my head."

Baby, Lil Mo is at a point in her life where she’s tired of playing games. So now, it’s time to level up.

In this Love & Hip Hop web exclusive, the “Superwoman” is back. Lil Mo’ created her own lane back in the early 2000s and now, she’s picking up where she left off. Straight out of New York, by way of Texas, Baltimore, Atlanta, and Philly, your fave female rapper from the Tamagotchi days is back. Y’all know her. Solely focused on herself and her family, Lil Mo is using this platform to the best of her advantage. The woman can sing. She’s not here for drama and although she grew up rolling with the big dogs, she’s now channeling her inner queen. Mo loves love and needs people to mind their business as far as who she’s running the streets with. As hard as she tries to make her family life private, people are nosy and you will see it all because black love is like that sometimes. Play close attention because Mo is not stopping until she gets what’s hers.

Don’t miss the season eight premiere of Love & Hip Hop, next Monday at 8/7c!

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