Erica Mena‘s a wild card. We know that, she knows that. Then there’s the other side: a NY born hustler–something even Rich and his mom admit to in a joint interview together. But why does Erica always seem so angry? “It’s coming from a good place,” she insists. And like most hustlers, she’s had a hard-knock life. Her Underneath It All book delves more into the nitty gritty details, but we caught up with the fresh-faced beauty while in hair and makeup at the Love and Hip Hop reunion. There was no animosity, to animation. Just a sweet, “Move that luggage so she can sit down,” she said with a smile as wide as a kid at the candy shop. Read more…
Nails done, hair done, everything did, oh you fancy huh? Fancy is exactly what the cast of Love and Hip Hop reunion were. What a tragedy it would’ve been if their outfits, shoes, hair and makeup were on point with tacky nails. Tragic! That’s why they had to bring it.
“Don’t talk about style, I’ll muhf—-g embarrass you,” the great poet Kanye West once said. And if you’re coming on the Love and Hip Hop reunion you better show up to embarrass some folks with your style.
Who had on what, who needed to “return [their] shoes after this is over” and whose new look was all the rave during the Love and Hip Hop Reunion Part I. A-game was brought. And hair was laid like Marlo Hampton.
Wherever there’s conflict, you’ll find Erica.
She isn’t happy about Lore’l‘s comments about her kicking the father of her child in the neck. Cutting Lore’l off would be too mature for Erica so instead she meets up with her ex-friend with lots of attitude. Erica proudly brags, “I’m the type of female that ain’t scared of nothing.” Lore’l doesn’t think being crazy is cute. “It’s not about being scared it’s about looking crazy,” Lore’l told her. This only enrages Erica more. “I brought it up to give you life,” Erica said angrily. “Your lifeline is dead.” And so is their faux friendship. Read more…