Apple Watts is growing a little tired of having her storyline on Love and Hip Hop controlled by the producers.
Watts guested on AfterBuzz TV’s Love and Hip Hop aftershow and was asked how she feels she’s portrayed. Needless to say, she thought it wasn’t an accurate reflection of her life, and thinks it’s the producers’ fault.”
” I don’t trust none, y’all,” admitted Watts.
Watts has been a recurring character on Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood the last two years, appearing in 16 episodes. The show follows a group of rising stars and starlets as they try to make a name for themselves in music, in Los Angeles.
Watts says it’s a love/hate relationship.
“Yeah, they set you up. I’m cool with everybody, though, but you cant trust them,” said Watts. “I mean, this whole season I’ve been set up but, you know what I’m saying, it is what it is, you gotta do what you gotta do.”
Hosts Miss Conversation Piece, Rikayah Crawford, and Lanisha Fisher asked Watts how she’d like to be featured.
“The real, like me being me,” suggested Watts. “I don’t want to keep talking about people cheating and shit. I don’t, Lyrica [Anderson] and everyone, they do that every year. Like, the f***. Why y’all gotta keep talking about it? Like, you know what I’m saying? That’s the number one key. I don’t, I don’t care for all that.”
The show other stars, Lyrica Anderson, Moniece Slaughter, Apryl Jones, and Lil’ Fizz, have beef every week, which is also something Watts takes issue with.
“If we’re gonna beef, I wanna beef about something for real,” said Watts. “If you got an issue with me, what’s, what’s good, like, I wanna talk about shit like that. I don’t, marriage and shit, that’s they shit.”
It doesn’t seem like Watt’s beef with producers will keep her off the show anytime soon, as she knows it comes with the territory. We’ll just have to wait and see if the way she’s displayed changes throughout this new season.
For the full interview with Watts, click the link above.