How Much Is Love & Hip Hop Creator Mona Scott-Young Worth?
What Is Mona Scott-Young’s Net Worth?
Full Name: Mona Scott-Young
Date of Birth: February 15, 1967
Profession: record executive, talent manager and business woman
Net Worth: $30 million
Mona Scott-Young is the CEO of the multi-media company Monami Entertainment and her net worth is $30 million. A native of Queens, NY, Mona Scott-Young began her career in entertainment working for Radio City Music Hall where she met and began managing the group Trackmasters. She later met Chris Lighty and formed Violator management where she worked sculpting the careers of LL Cool J, Missy Elliot, 50 Cent, Fantasia and Busta Rhymes.
She left Violator to create her own company called Monami Entertainment. In 2006, VH1 approached her to work on a reality TV show about NYC rapper Jim Jones. Scott-Young took the idea and shifted focus to Jones’ girlfriend Chrissy Lampkin and her circle of friends. This was the birth of the reality TV series Love & Hip Hop. The popularity of the show lead to variations in NY, Hollywood, Atlanta and Miami. Scott-Young also created and produces spin off shows including Chrissy & Mr. Jones, K. Michelle: My Life and The Gossip Game (all on VH1); Donald Trump Presents: The Ultimate Merger, Cocaine: History Between the Lines, The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliott, and The New Atlanta, a docu-series on Bravo.
Mona Scott-Young continues to manager Missy Elliot, produces projects for television and film, and even launched a line of cosmetics and beauty products. She is also part owner of MYX Fusions with Nicki Minaj.
Mona Scott-Young is millionaire media mogul who generously gives back. She serves on the board of The Haitian Roundtable, The RSQ Foundation and The GrassROOTS Foundation.