Erica Mena has taken a break from firing shots at her ex fiancée Bow Wow to come for her other former flames.
She sat down with VH1 Tuesday to talk about leaving the network’s show Love & Hip Hop New York and spoke on throwing shade at them at her final reunion special last year (she taped her own segment separately so she could avoid face-to-face drama and getting physical with the cast members she was beefing with).
She said, “Rich [Dollaz], Cyn [Santana] and Chrissy [Monroe], they all played this big role in saying lies about me so that when I said what I said, I came across to America has harsh. What they were portraying wasn’t real and they were able to fool the world. I was harsh because it was like ‘Now, let me tell you the real deal.”
Interestingly enough, Mena quit the show when her and Bow Wow’s relationship was going strong. Rumor has it he convinced her to walk away from the series, which often gets a bad rap for being ratchet. Still, Mena said it’s not the same without her.
“I wasn’t sad to see the show go on without me. If anything it was boring and I think the audience agrees that it’s extremely boring without me. This past year I’ve had time to get back to my life in the sense where now my recent [relationship] status has everyone wondering, ‘Are they together? Are they not together?’ I feel this relationship isn’t on television, so I don’t owe the world an answer but it just proves that people are interested in my life.”
Her comments come just after a messy split with rapper and actor Bow Wow. She has accused him of not only being abusive, but hinted that he is gay.