Fizz and Rich Dollaz decide to meet up in a new sneak peek of Monday's "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” to discuss Rich’s relationship with Moniece Slaughter. Rich joined the cast as Moniece’s new beau, and in the clip the former B2K singer wants to know Rich's intentions with his baby mama. 

In the video, posted on VH1 Thursday, Fizz asks Rich is they could meet for drinks. The producer tells the camera during his confessional that he was hesitant at first to accept Fizz's invitation because he didn't want things to end as badly as it did when he met Moniece's mom, Marla. 

“I only know so much about you, from what I hear on the media and all that other stuff,” Fizz tells Rich. “I want to get your intake on where your relationship is really going," 

Rich, who's gotten in trouble in the past for dating several women at once, explains that he's trying to turn over a new leaf. Rich admits he loves Moniece but doesn't seem too sure about where the relationship is headed. 

Fizz tells his co-star that he would rather not have his 5-year-old son Kameron involved in their relationship until Rich and Moniece decide they are serious. 

"I don't want n---- in and out of his life," Fizz says. “If you don’t feel like that’s where you really going with her, then I would just really appreciate when y’all spend time [together] that my son not necessarily be around.”

Rich, who is a father himself, tells Fizz he understands and the two men end their conversation on good terms. 

In the Oct. 2 episode of "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" Rich was seen trying to help Moniece establish a better relationship with her mom and her son. 

However, things between the pair have since gone downhill and they are no longer dating. Moniece confirmed their breakup last week on Twitter telling fans that she and Rich went their separate ways shortly after filming ended. 

It appears Rich is currently dating model Ramiya-Catten. He's also filming for "Love & Hip Hop: New York," which will feature his daughter Ashley and her mom. 

"Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on VH1.