'Love And Hip Hop Hollywood' Season 3: Princess Love Tries To Attack Moniece Slaughter, Lil Fizz Disses Mother Of His Child

Moniece Slaughter and Princess Love finally came face-to-face after beefing online. But Princess isn’t the only one who has a few words for Slaughter on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.

Princess was the one to reach out to Slaughter and it didn’t take long for Princess to pop off once the ladies sat down.

“Why do you always have my name in your mouth?” she asked. “I just don’t understand! I cannot put my finger on it Moniece. You crossed the line. You slandered my name.”

Slaughter said she had an issue with Princess ever since Princess came for her motherhood, but Princess wasn’t buying it.

“Moniece is always trying to play the victim. She’s always using criticism of other motherhood as grounds to bash somebody else.”

She also told Slaughter that she was a “Twitter thug” who hides behind the computer screen.

While Slaughter apologized, Princess told her “it’s a little too late,” and lunged toward Slaughter. But she didn’t get far as security blocked her and Slaughter left.

But that wasn’t the only drama Slaughter experienced. Her ex and father of her child, Lil Fizz, also set her straight after she flipped when she saw him moving out of the home they shared together.

“I feel like you’re getting a little attached to me again,” he said after it came out that Slaughter wanted to have another child together. “How are you gonna tell a girl that I’m dating that you want my sperm?...Moniece is all over the place.”

He yelled at her for telling Nikki Mudarris about their living arrangement before blasting her for, “Attacking everything around” him as he pointed out that she messed up his working relationship with Max, and come for Ray J and Princess.

“Take [our son] into consideration!” he yelled. That was enough for Slaughter to help Fizz move things out himself. Check it out.

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood airs Mondays at 8/7c on VH1.

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