Love & Hip Hop star Kimbella is jumping on the bash VH1 bandwagon along with her new nemesis Erica Mena. On last Monday’s episode Erica Mena and Kimbella were involved in an epic brawl that included glass throwing, weave pulling, faces getting scratched and a police report being filed. It was Mena’s debut on the show and she got off to an explosive start. Hours after the episode aired Erica called fouled blaming VH1 for ruining her career and reputation.
“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.”
Kimbella is calling foul but against Erica playing victim. She tells theybf
I don’t agree. She is bi-polar. In fact, she is a crack whore and you will get to see it in the rest of the episodes brought to you by VH1! She is obviously embarrassed by her actions because she really got to see who “she” really is. She doesn’t know how to conduct herself as a lady and it showed. I basically I was attacked. I tried to stay classy but she tried my patience and crossed the line. It’s crazy to hear her blaming VH1 and not herself.Even the producers were dumbfounded when all this happened.
Kimbella also added to TMZ,
“VH1 didn’t do editing on anything with [Erica]. That’s who she is”
Aside from siding with VH1, Kimbella made additional scathing remarks against Erica implying she was once a prostitute. She told theybf:
“The one thing I can tell you is that folks in the industry are saying before “Love & Hip Hop,” she was found stripping in the Valley and giving blow jobs for $200. So that is the career that me and VH1 are ruining?”
Need we remember that both of these women are mothers. Which makes it all the more shocking when Eric tells Balleralert that she doesn’t regret her actions because she’s thinking about her son.
“No! I don’t regret anything, hell no! I don’t regret how I feel. I just regret that…you gotta realize I’m thinking future-wise for my son, I have a kid and I have to explain this. I have to explain the fact that I took these actions against somebody who I made a statement on national television that she’s not to my level. I have to live with that now that I let this thingget the best of me. I have to explain this to my son now you know, that there’s better ways to do things and if he were to come across this situation as he gets older…..you know what I mean? It’s just a whole different thing now. It’s not like I’m in this world by myself, I have someone who I brought here. But as far as how I feel about her and what I said, No [I don’t regret]! I never will.”
Do you think Erica’s actions were fueled by her thirst for publicity?