Somaya Reece’s showcase debut on last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop was full of surprises. The 31-year old artist and entrepreneur put on a premier showcase with her pants ajar during her second wardrobe change.
Despite an audience member bringing the malfunction to Somaya’s attention, she trooped with her performance albeit slightly embarrassed.
In an interview following the performance Somaya stated;
“A fan in the audience pointed down to my fly, I looked down as I was rapping and thought oh my god. The show gotta go on, and I’m not gonna stop, boob out, leg out, whatever.”
Despite her good efforts, fellow cast mate Olivia had nothing nice to say, “She needs to just stop. She can’t sing, she can’t rap…just stop…really.”
Next up: Chrissy‘s feud with Kimbella, girlfriend to Dipset member Juelz Santana, rumbled on as she refused to apologize for her role in their earlier scuffle despite Yandy Smith’s urging.
Yandy, manager for Dipset members Jim Jones and Juelz Santana, continued rubbing Chrissy the wrong way as she bounced to the tunes of “Psychotic Bitch”, a song created by Mama Jones, mother of Jim Jones, which directly took aim at Chrissy. When Yandy was asked about how one might address Jim’s mom, she told MTV;
“We can’t control her but we try to sometimes control the forces around her, especially when Jimmy is unhappy,” she says. “I think Jim gets to a point where [he thinks]–it’s my mom and it’s my wife–he loves them both dearly and of course he doesn’t want to see them fight, but it’s a hard place to be. They’re both A-type personalities, so just trying to back them both down or have someone apologize, it’s just not gonna happen.”
Yandy may have been trying to lighten the mood, but Chrissy’s nose only flared more as she questioned why Yandy’s motives appeared more and more financially motivated despite her claims that Dipset was a family connected by love, not money.
To add further insult to injury, VH1 has now decided to enforce a total ban on all glass and metal silverware on set of Love and Hip Hop during the taping of each show. That’s right, because of the scrapes, stitches and bloodshed brought on from the many girl fights, VH1 says plastic only. TMZ confirmed this allegation by reporting last week;
“We’re told producers are fed up with all the injuries on set from girl-on-girl violence, the bloodshed, the stitches, and have decided to institute an all-plastic policy while camera are rolling. Plastic cups, plastic knives, plastic everything.”
Nice, now VH1 is forced to treat these ladies like the children they often appear to be.