Married or not, here they come!
Yandy Smith has been the target major social media drama after admitting on an episode Love & Hip Hop: New York that she and Mendeecees are not legally married. After her shocking announcement, two Mendeecees’ baby mamas felt it was the perfect time to call her out on the rest her so-called B.S.
Samantha Wallace and Erika Deshazo reportedly joined forces to end Yandy and put her on blast for the world to see. The two even went so far as to plot to spread a rumor that Yandy’s been cheating on her husband while he’s incarcerated on drug trafficking charges. Sam also said she didn’t want her son around the reality star. As for Erika, she just won’t let up when it comes to her goal blasting Yandy.
On Thursday, Erika, the mother Mendeecees’ middle child Aasim, took to Instagram once again to blast Yandy for allegedly sending false info to blogs with her spin in the “tips” and much more. She posted a photo that read, “It’s clearly a damage control effort” with the caption, “It’s a waste money paying all these ppl (IF they do get paid), tappin’ phones, taking meetings with “strangers”, twisting old stories and sending to blogs with your spin in the “tips” to make it believable, but it seems to me that you know.”
Erika D isn’t the only Erica who’s not here for Yandy. Former LHHNY star Erica Mena even came for the star’s matrimony. Mena dissed Yandy last year after VH1 aired her lavish reality wedding and exclusively revealed to us that the wedding was really intended for her and Bow Wow, but Mona Scott-Young preferred Yandy instead.
Clearly, the former rowdy rebel isn’t over Mona Scott’s shade. On Thursday, Erica commented under an Instagram clip Mona’s Wendy Williams interview, in which she reveals that she had no idea Yandy and Mendeecees aren’t legally married. She wrote under the clip, “Lies…Just like she didn’t know….nevermind. Let me go back to (sleep emoji).”
But course, Yandy didn’t let that slide.
She classily clapped back with an adorable photo Mendeecees and their son Omere, with the caption, “Throw back my pooka and my porkchop.”