Somaya is all about the Love & Hip Hop slander these days
Somaya Reece Disses Love And Hip Hop Cast And Show
Former Love and Hip Hop NY cast member Somaya Reece has randomly decided to speak up about her less-than-favorable experience on the show.
In a recent interview with Power 95.3 radio in Orlando, Somaya took every opportunity to air out the new cast, crew and everyone in between.
Check out a few excerpts below:
On her life since leaving Love And Hip Hop:
“I’m doing much better without the show. The best thing I did was separate myself from that show.
Love and Hip Hop is not about elevation in a positive light [so] it’s not going to help me. I’m very grateful that I had the platform because I got what I could out of it.
Regardless of what they did to me and how they decided not to follow positive story lines, I’m still greatful for it because I still got out of it what I needed it to.
No matter what new cast that they get….the show…because of me and Chrissy and Jim Jones big fight and everything that was going on, that’s the reason why this entire brand exists. They would not exist if it wasn’t for the original cast members.”
On Erica Mena bringing her up on the show:
“They have no storyline with out me. We’ll just call her the c*caine user….you know, the cr*ckhead. That’s what they say on the show, I’m not saying anything different that hasn’t been said. The paid pr*stitute, industry pr*stitute. The girl keeps saying “I aint worried about her” but yet she keeps talking about me.
I personally have no enemies. I have never had enemies, even when I was in gangs. People really didn’t know me that well to be an enemy, until I came on Love and Hip Hop. Love and Hip Hop breeds anger, hatred, and a bad depiction of Latin women and colored women in general.”
On Joe Budden:
“He’s [been] so thirsty to be on that show since season 1. He is a thirst, thirst, thirst bucket. Everybody knows that. This isn’t something that I’m saying that’s not true. I don’t know why he wasn’t even on it [before.]”
Joe and Erica both have messy history with Somaya, so it’s not that surprising to hear her going in on them now that they’re on the show and she’s not.
You can check out the full interview below to hear Somaya put Mona Scott-Young and Rich Dollaz on blast, talk more ish about Joe Budden, and reveal the current status of her relationship with Chrissy and Jim Jones.
Do you think Somaya has a point? Or is she just babbling and bitter because things didn’t work out for her on the show?