After Stevie J and Erica Mena got into it at the taping of the “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” reunion earlier this month, the pair have been trading barbs online. And on Tuesday the music producer hit back with some shade.
“#PenthousePetRealityShow Looking for the flyest, talented, sexy & phenomenal young ladies! @penthouse @powermovemultimedia #DangerZone tag a new #PenthousePet,” Stevie captioned the video showing off his latest venture on Instagram June 26.
As he promoted his new “Penthouse Pet” reality show, the LHHATL star threw some shade at Mena when responding to a supportive fan who referenced their brawl.
“Stay working. My brotha. Hate to see that controversy involving my dawg. Always remind myself its TV. #bosslife.”
@borettadageneral it’s all TV bro but I come in love and treat people; [accordingly]. Love” Stevie responds, indicating he only comes for those who send for him.
Ahead of the fight that made headlines, Mena’s and Stevie’s beef heated up when the hitmaker’s daughter Savannah Jordan lunged at Mena during a sitdown following a DangerZone Entertainment showcase.
“Vanna felt some type of way, she be in my DMs and reading my messages from Erica,” Stevie explained on the show of his daughter’s actions.
Mena, who showed up to support her pal Estalita, allegedly called Stevie J a “b—” in the messages and was angered about the so-called good guy asking personal questions about her in the city.
Another name-calling incident led to an apparent assault on Mena from Stevie, which reportedly caused him to be booted from LHHATL.
Reports say Stevie hurled a gay slur at her son and when she called the producer the same, he went after her.
After that, Mena referenced the attack (and threw shade of her own) when she responded to a comment on a now-deleted photo of her and boyfriend Cliff Dixon.
A user asked, “He gonna fight Stevie J?” to which she replied, “My man doesn’t fight girls.”