*After the welcoming committee (Kimbella Vanderhee) gave newcomer Erica Mena the gift of ‘scrap’ on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop,” the actress is blaming the network and her fellow reality show star for ruining her career.
She called Cherry Martinez on NYC’s Power 105 to explain that the televised clip showed her true colors… oh no! She also revealed that she never actually called the cops. (Scroll down to hear the interview.)
Long story short, Erica was pretty upset with Kimbella for supposedly cheapening the video vixen community by doing photo shoots and videos for free.
She also commented that the woman’s portfolio consists of model shots showing off her near naked body.
At any rate, the now ruined music video actress said she tried to keep the clip from ever airing due to it ruining her image. But as you can see, everyone and their mama’s have seen it.
“My whole image in my career is now affected by this. I wanted them to pull this clip because I don’t want to show this side of me,” she told TMZ.
But lest not forget her ugly past.
Check out this very interesting video from earlier this year of her running down the street cursing her baby’s daddy Raul from Terror Squad. Oh and let’s keep in mind that she was fired by socialite Kourtney Kardashian on “Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami” for being unprofessional.
To keep the show going, security measure have been amped up a bit with a total ban of all glass and metal silverware on the set due to the bloody, weave-pulling fights among cast members.
Fabolous’ baby mama Emily Bustamante tells TMZ, the massive blowout between Jim Jones’ fiancee Chrissy Lampkin and Juelz Santana’s lady Kimbella Vanderhee during Monday’s episode was the final straw. (Scroll down to watch.)
Producers are done with treating the cast members like adults. Everyone use strictly plastic ware while the cameras are rolling. Oh and we almost forgot to add that each member will have her own personal bodyguard wherever she goes.
In the meantime, season two kicks off soon and is expected to a more in depth look into the lives of the ladies.
Singer Olivia said this time around is going to be interesting and very different.
“Just know that I took on something very big for me, that was a big issue for me head on, we did it on the show,” she told Chicago’s WGCI Morning Riot Show. “I don’t even want to say what type of person and give it away, just know there’s a lot of things going on, like things in my past that I was just like you know what? I need to say something, I need to address it because it has always bothered me when I was over at the unit and I’m just going to go for it.”