Nikko Having Serious Money Problems?

Photo Credit: VH1
Photo Credit: VH1

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

“Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star Nikko made it seem like the money was piling up thanks to his raunchy video with his ex Mimi Faust, but now sources claim that may not be the case since he’s allegedly facing eviction.

A tipster writes the following to The Shade Room:

So let me tell you all of this tea!!!! So I live in the same building as Nikko from Love and Hip Hop in Atlanta and look what I found on his door!!! An eviction notice!! Rent is only less than $1k a month and chile if I can afford it why can’t he? What happened to them VH1 checks ???


We can’t confirm this as of now, so we’re labeling it as gossip.


  1. I don’t understand how these people go broke when they are getting good money from these networks. You really have to be terrible with money if you go broke while you’re on these reality shows.

    1. Most of them are terrible with money though. Instead of investing a lot of the money they are making, they start trying to keep up with Beyonce and Jay Z like a reality show has a long shelf life. They truly are naive.

    2. Real talk VH1 isn’t paying that much in comparison to like Bravo does. These people aren’t getting millions. So if they are really having money problems to begin with, it may not erase them.

      1. Exactly. Joseline is the star of the show and her net worth is only $150,000. They make peanuts compared to other networks.

  2. They posted the eviction notice on IG. Unless that was a cut & paste he’s getting evicted. Smh!

  3. Smh. He was broke when he came on and couldn’t even be smart enough to use the platform to better his situation. That’s why I laugh when Mimi brags about how much money the tape made. I never believed the money was that great and that it outsold Kim’s tape.

  4. Sh-t I bet his wife is broke as f-ck too. It ain’t like they were even good at scamming. Dumb criminals stay broke.

  5. Fuuuuudge all that, his rent is less than 1K?! Where he live at, cause I need to move in! This NYC rent ain’t easy.

    1. He’s in GA. Get u affordable housing. They have mad new buildings coming up with doormen and laundry rooms as long as u make under 50,000 cuz it goes by ur yearly income u could get a nice apt in a decent area for under 1K too

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