Erica Mena Talks About the Problem with ‘Love and Hip Hop’

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Erica Mena’s time away from reality television has caused her to sit and reflect on her time on “Love and Hip Hop New York.”

Interestingly enough, she now feels the franchise is toxic for the stars.

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9 comments

  1. I mean it’s not like she’s lying. I may make jokes about Mimi quitting but oh I understand it. It has to be draining to make your living fighting and cussing people out on TV. At some point I think they all start to see the checks aren’t big enough.

  2. I’m glad she said this. A lot of people look at reality stars with rose colored glasses on and they think it’s so glamorous and easy. But a lot of these people are miserable and even on drugs just to cope with what they do to pay the bills. Especially if they are the appointed villain. It’s sad.

    1. What else does she have to talk about? She probably felt the show would crumble once she left and when she saw she was replaceble she set her sights on bashing

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