LHHMIA Recap: Veronica Accuses Amara of Wearing Extensions + Pleasure & Baby Blue Clash

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

On last night’s episode of “Love and Hip Hop Miami,” Amara once again clashes with Veronica.

This argument leads to Veronica slamming Amara for using extensions.

Young Hollywood backs Veronica although he supposedly made peace with Amara on a recent episode.

Trina goes on a date with a close friend, while Pleasure P clashes with Baby Blue over his failed romance with Shay.

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  1. Why is it that everyone else can wear extensions/wigs/weaves/dye their hair except black women? I can’t stand Veronica. The nerve of her calling Amara fake with that blonde dye in her hair and all the ish she talks about everyone behind their backs.

  2. Young Hollywood is showing his prejudice yet again. So it’s cool for Veronica to show anger, raise her voice and insult Amara but when Amara shows anger and gets loud too, she’s the loud and uncouth black girl who’s just jealous of the white latina. So typical.

    1. what’s a white a Latina and what does it mean to be one? i mean you’re still Latina that doesn’t change so who cares, oh a white Latina. And one that dyes her hair blond meaning fake and she’s got the nerve to talk about someone wearing a wig, what is she trying to prove with dyed blond hair, you ain’t no white girl, punta.

  3. Veronica ain’t sh-t. Each episode her bitterness and jealousy of Amara becomes harder for her to hide. How can she talk sh-t about someone else wearing extensions when her a-s wears extensions too? I guess that’s not an issue when you’re not a black woman right? FOH.

  4. I’m just waiting for someone to slap the sh-t out of Veronica already. Hopefully Jojo will do it if Amara can’t.

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