VH1 Exclusive Interview: Controversy Doesn’t Scare Love & Hip Hop Miami‘s Veronica Vega

But her time on the show has taught her to be more compassionate and sensitive towards others.

Veronica Vega didn’t exactly have the easiest first season of Love & Hip Hop Miami. After fans came for her for using the n-word, Vega returned for season two with one goal in mind: Focus on the music. As a result, we got to see a side of her that we didn’t get to while she was caught up in the season one drama. VH1 sat down with Veronica to talk about everything from her new projects to advice she wishes she got coming up in the industry.

VH1: This season, your story line has been all about you trying to focus on the music–how is that working out for you?
Amazing! I’m very excited. A lot of my fans—you know, I’ve been working on music for some times now—so, for me to actually see the fruits of the things that I’ve laid down and actually have great feedback from it and actually feel like I’ve developed a lot, not just as an artist but as a person, I think that that reflects in my artistry. So I’m very happy about that. I’m really pleased.

VH1: Looking back on last season, what would you tell yourself? What do you wish you knew and how did that affect the way that you came into this season?
To be careful with how I articulate what I want to say because what I want to say is not necessarily bad, but the way that you say it and how you deliver that is really important. So, to be careful with delivery because how you deliver something is how someone takes it and how they’re able to change from it or how you’re able to find a resolution, but delivery is everything.

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