Jhonni Blaze has returned to Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta with a brand new attitude -- and she says she owes it all to quarantine.
Speaking to her former manager, Deb Antney, Jhonni appeared to take responsibility for her wrongdoings -- admitting that her attitude played a lot in her downfall.
"Quarantine has changed my life because you analyze more things when you're home. And you actually get to know yourself more. And I got tired of battling depression, anxiety and those are two things that I battle with. And it was just anger blaming others for me not being successful," the singer confessed.
Jhonni and Deb discussed their blowups -- most notably their huge bust-up in Jamaica, but Jhonni is willing to take the blame.
"Yes, I'm owning up to that. It's my attitude and I understand why people won't take to me. And it's embarrassing and I know you know it's embarrassing," she said.
Ya'll think she can keep her hot temper under wraps?