K. Michelle, Erica Mena Beef: Fight Waiting to Happen for 'LHHNY' Stars; 'V.S.O.P' Singer 'Kicked Out of Atlanta,' Mena Says
on Nov 21, 2013 01:44 PM EST
Love & Hip Hop New York star Erica Mena has never been afraid to hold her tongue and she recently dissed K. Michelle, claiming that the V.S.O.P. singer is scared to shoot scenes with her.
In an interview with CocoaFab, Mena said that K.Michelle, who used star on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta skipped the show's premiere party to avoid an altercation.
"She's scared to shoot with me so I don't really know whether issue is. I would love to ask her but she's too scared to shoot," she said. "Maybe at the reunion she'll have the guts to come and show face. So far she has been too scared to even show up to the premiere party."
The Latina beauty also revealed that she's never met K. Michelle in-person, but was upset that the singer called her "trash" during press interviews.
"It kind of threw me for a loop that when she started shooting all she could talk about was me and Rich and she had some real strong opinions on us. She doesn't think anything of me because she knows nothing about me," she said. "Clearly I'm a threat and it is what it is."
If and when the two do meet, Mena revealed that she will be ready.
"At least she knows that in New York there's no southern hospitality and instead of shaking tables we stomp people out, so she's pretty smart."
While K. Michelle previously claimed she left the Atlanta spinoff show to avoid drama and build her career in New York, Mena said that isn't the true story.
"She got kicked out of Atlanta so she decided to come to New York and I think she knew instantly that I was the one who held authority on the show and she just needed some ammunition and have something going on. The first thing she decided to do was talk about me." Mena said.
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