Erica Mena Explains Why She Quit LHHNY
Chrissy, Rich, Cyn, they all played this big role in saying f—ing lies about me so that when I said what I said, I came across to America as harsh. What they were portraying wasn’t real and they were able to fool the world. I was harsh because it was like “Now, let me tell you the real deal.” Chrissy is a woman who came on the show with a made-up accusation just so she could cross paths with me. If you took away the lies about me from her, how many scenes would she have had? Her and her little drummer boy [Chink Santana] boyfriend’s story line was completely boring and no one cared. People target other people for a reason. The head honcho is the head honcho and she gets her fair share of it but this head honcho is able to handle it.
Erica says the VH1 show is “extremely boring” without her but she’ll be back on your screen soon…
I wasn’t sad to see the show go on without me. If anything it was boring and I think the audience agrees that it’s extremely boring without me. This past year I’ve had time to get my life back in the sense where now my recent [relationship] status has everyone wondering, “Are they together? Are they not together?” I feel like this relationship isn’t on television, so I don’t owe the world an answer but it just proves that people are interested in my life.
What people fail to realize is that when I first got approached to do Love & Hip Hop it because I was supposed to be spinning off and becoming the headliner for [another Love & Hip Hop] city which wasn’t New York. I feel like me and the network have established a relationship so who is to say what could be next. I feel like I am built for this world and I’ve always been a very open person. The world isn’t done watching Erica Mena on TV and I know that.
It was all good just a couple seasons ago!