'Love And Hip Hop Hollywood' Season 4: Teairra Mari Says Hazel E Was On Cocaine During Homophobic And Racist Rants

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Teairra Mari has called out her friend turned enemy and VH1 Love & Hip Hop Hollywood co-star Hazel E after Hazel went on a homophobic and racist rant on social media earlier this month.

Teaira stopped by Hollywood Unlocked, Monday, and didn’t hold back when it came to speaking on Hazel, who was also her roommate at one point on the show.

“No, we’re nothing,” she said. “I always try to give Hazel a chance but never again. She is the bottom of my shoes because I don’t like that woman whatsoever.”

When it came to Hazel E downing dark-skinned woman and the LGBT community, Tearra said she is convinced Hazel was under the influence of drugs at the time.

“I thought she was higher than Tony Montana and I still believe that now,” she explained. “I thought that she was on a cocaine binge…It happened early in the morning, right? So I felt like they were up all night getting high or something and then she did that.”

That wasn’t the only time Teairra accused Hazel of using cocaine. Hollywood Unlocked host Jason Lee, who also once starred in the show, said that Hazel should steer clear of social media.

“And get off the crack…She should’ve been in the bed next to me in rehab,” Teairra added.

Hazel received lots of backlashes after she took to social media to say that all gays should “burn in hell,” she also spewed colorism when she said some of her darker toned cast mates were upset they “couldn’t pass the brown paper bag test.”

 #HazelE is catching SERIOUS heat for posting this message on her IG #LHHH

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Fans saw Teairra have quite the fallout with her friends this season as they disagreed on how she should handle her struggle with alcoholism. She gave an update and said there are still a few of her former friends that she doesn’t speak to.

“To be honest, there are no friends on the show and if you meet one you’re very blessed. I feel like Nikki [Mudarris] is my friend. I felt like Moniece was but I spoke to Nia the other day and she was telling me all this stuff that Moniece had been saying about me. Just some things like she didn’t want me around her son and all this stuff and I’m just like ‘Really, Mo? You didn’t tell me that.”

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