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Lil’ Scrappy has been keeping things interesting this season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta with his lady drama, but before there was Bambi and Erica P there was another lady in Scrappy’s life, his bestie turned lover Shay Johnson. I’m not telling Momma Dee, ’Hey, don’t like this person or that person.’ She loves who she loves. Tune into Love & Hip Hop Atlanta every Monday at 8 PM ET/PT to find out.
We caught up with the former Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star about Scrappy’s new ladies and getting in good with Momma Dee and we think she alluded to maybe making a pop up this season. She happens to have an unconditional love for me because I’m genuine.
Wu-Tang Clan member GZA has never been one to bite his tongue, and he had a few words for Soulja Boy during a show in London in December of 2007. And it’s unfortunate that the world has not seen that, as of now, but like I said I haven’t went anywhere and I’m not going nowhere. What exactly is the timeline with Scrappy Erica Dixon, you, Bambi and Erica Pinkett? Shay: I was told [Bambi] was sleeping with him when he was dealing with other women — living with other women, so you really can’t get mad if somebody is messing with a guy that you’ve been dealing with and you were doing the same thing to another female. Do you think that their relationship is just for the cameras? Shay: I know what we have and I know where I stand and how long I’ve been around, ya know? That’s something new that’s not gonna stay around in my eyes. I came in the picture maybe three years after they met and I knew their situation but then he was dealing with [rapper] Diamond from Crime Mob who he was living with. Shay: Scrappy dealt with and known Erica [Dixon] for over ten years.
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Yesterday, American rapper Soulja Boy (real name De Andre Cortez Way) raised concerns on social media after he made a weird post hinting at suicide, but hours ago, he apolgised for upsetting fans and family members and blamed it all on fame and stress.