Bambi Stands up for Brandi Maxiell & Malaysia Pargo + Gets Called Out

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By: A.J. Niles

Brandi Maxiell found support from “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” and former “Basketball Wives LA” star Bambi on Twitter amid her feuds with Tami Roman, Evelyn Lozada and Shaunie O’Neal.

However, she instantly became a target herself as a result.

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  1. Bambi was the only person besides Malaysia to stand up to Laura Govan and her bullying antics – so I feel she would have stood up to the so call OG’S… and Bambi did try to help Tammy but Scrappy and Security prevented anybody for doing anything… I just feel like Malaysia was not ready for Tami b/c she really got shut down and was looking pretty stupid when it was all said and done.

  2. Yeah my money would be on Tami. Anyway, Bambi needs to make sure she wasn’t fired from the show that she’s on now. We barely see her this season.

  3. Bambi ain’t gonna do sh-t. And no wonder why she is defending Brandi and Malaysia. She’s boring as f-ck too on LHHATL. I forgot her a-s was even on the show.

  4. That guy made a point though. When Joseline ran up on Tammy, Bambi did nothing. It was Deb who held Tammy down. Bambi wasn’t in a hurry to help at all. Eventually Scrappy grabbed her hand and she walked off the stage not really giving a damn. Now if you’re out here threatening to bop chicks, I would at least expect you to hop up as fast as Deb did when your own friend gets clocked at the reunion. LOL.

  5. it was funny when brandi came after jackie sundy making fun of her having cancer what jackie sundy did to brandi was wrong and malaysia also had every right to be angry furious with jackie talking about her brother that died passed away brandi also too had every right to be angry furious yell at both jackie and sundy

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