Fans remember the intense episodes between Momma Dee and Erica Dixon, the mother of Scrappy’s 16-year-old daughter, Emani. Scrappy and Erica’s relationship played out on the show, including interjection from Scrappy’s friend and former lover, Shay Johnson. Although Scrappy and Johnson no longer speak, Johnson has maintained a great relationship with Momma Dee, who attended her gender reveal on Saturday, Feb. 19.
A day later, Momma Dee took to Instagram to share a short video from the evening where Johnson revealed she was expecting a baby girl. Over the clip, Momma Dee wrote, “Oops, I’m a glam grand-god mother.”
Fans in the comments quickly began slamming the 58-year-old mother and reality star, crowning her as “Messy Momma D.”
One person asked, “Momma Dee, why you is there?” Another wrote, “Hahaha so messy but congratulations.”
A third said, “Smh wait now okay this is scrappy’s ex/side chick. Scrappy is married plus her and Erica had bad blood. See that’s why I never got too close to a mother-in-law but congratulations though.”
Momma Dee also has a tumultuous relationship with Scrappy’s wife, Bambi. Scrap and Bambi have been married for nearly four years and have three children: 3-year-old son, Breeland, two-year-old daughter, Xylo, and baby girl Cali, who was born in July 2021. Even so, Momma Dee has been the root of several arguments between the couple, especially after spreading divorce rumors about Scrap and Bambi in an episode of season 10 that aired last September.
“Congratulations, but Bam is not gone like this… I see it now ‘Love and Hip Hop’ drama,” wrote one person.
Another said, “This is so disrespectful to Bam I’I’morry…Godmother or glam-ma, either way, this is tasteless.” Another added, “Momma De a mess chile.”
And Momma Dee has something to say in response to the backlash, writing, “For those who have a negative comment, ME and Shay have been friends long before her and my son have dealt with each other. So we will always be mother and daughter.”
She concluded the caption with the hashtags #DoYouHearMe and #AndInThatOrder, the latter of which is named after her memorable song, “In That Order.”
Johnson, who shared the same video clip on her Instagram page, thanked Momma Dee in the caption. She wrote, “@therealmommadee love you for life. You’ve NEVER stopped having my back.”
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