Dancehall artist Spice wrote an apology to Tokyo Vanity on Instagram after Monday night’s episode of “Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta” aired their massive altercation.
Sierra Gates and Mimi Faust brought the two ladies together to clear the air about Spice dating Tokyo’s former boyfriend Tabius. Before the LHHATL stars could hash out the beef between them, the Jamaican artist shaded the Instagram phenom’s weight.
“I don’t think she wants nothing else to eat,” Spice said as she chuckled and sipped her drink. Her remark led to a physical altercation between the two reality starts before security stepped in.
The Reggae artist appeared to lose a few fans who dragged her for fat-shaming.
The fact that spice tried to throw shots at Tokyo's size kills me because spice is mad unattractive and looks like she stinks….like you had the audacity sis..especially when the girl didn't come for you #lhhatl
— MeAsia. (@Unfinishedxo) May 29, 2018
Spice, baby I’m not sure you’re in a position to be fat shaming anyone. You’re one oxtail dinner away from the plus sizes yourself. And Tokyo prettier than you no matter her size so….yea. ✌🏾🤷🏽♀️🚶🏾♀️ #LHHATL
— Joy✨ (@Only1Joy) May 29, 2018
Nah spice wack af for that comment how you going I say everyone grown but two seconds into meeting Tokyo you make a weight joke 😒 #LHHATL
— cheyenne🤓 (@yoCasper_) May 29, 2018
After receiving major backlash, Spice released an apology to Tokyo for the offensive comment about her weight.
“It’s officially the most horrific situation I’ve watched on TV,” Spice wrote on Instagram. “I’m so disappointed in myself for doing the exact same thing I promised myself that I wouldn’t do. Watching back Myself fighting on TV has left me with deep despondency. Even tho I heard that disrespectful remarks was passed about me behind my back. Leaving me to think she was throwing shade I said I’m gonna throw the whole tree when I met her. With that being said It still doesn’t justify the fact that I was so wrong to comment on her weight.”
Tokyo accepted her apology and the two have since made peace. Spice said she apologized to the “That’s My Best Friend” rapper behind the scenes, but also wanted to offer a public apology. The Dancehall singer even posted a photo of them on her social media page and added, “I apologize to whom I offended.”