Erica Mena: VH1 Ruined My Career When They Aired That Fight! (She Also Says She NEVER Called The Cops)
"Love & Hip Hop" newcomer Erica Mena is pissy at VH1. After Monday night's fight episode involving Kimbella Vanderhee, Erica says VH1 has now ruined her "career" for actually airing the clip. She also called in to Power 105 to explain the fight and revealed she never actually called the cops. The foolishness after the cut....
Now....Erica was pissy at Kimbella for cheapening the video vixen community--ironic choice of words right?--by doing photoshoots and videos for free. And for only doing "modeling" that consists of showing off her near naked assets. Funny since a Google search of Erica Mena images turns up the exact same type of images. But I digress.
Erica told TMZ that she tried to get the champagne glass throwing, hair pulling, face slashing fight scene pulled because it doesn't put her "image" in a good light.
...The 24-year-old tells us, she was completely misrepresented in the episode -- blaming show editors for unfairly portraying her as the bad guy ... and Kimbella as an angel.
Erica tells us, "My whole image in my career is now affected by this. I wanted them to pull this clip because I don’t want to show this side of me."
Interesting. So she didn't think THIS VIDEO below from earlier this year had any effect on her "career" when she's running down a street fighting and screaming "You ain't sh*t ni**a!" at her baby daddy Raul from Terror Squad?
Or...the fact she was fired by Kourtney Kardashian on an episode of "Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami" because she was unprofessional and missing work to get her son and other ish? That didn't "affect her career"? Oh...ok.
Check out video of the fight HERE in case you missed it.
Erica also called in to Cherry Martinez's show on Power 105 to explain that she hooked up with Yandy to get help with her music career. And she said she's not a violent person, but she was mad people were drawing a comparison between her and Kim. And about her calling the cops--she said she was alone in an unfamiliar place so she needed someone to help her retrieve her items like her phone, which were taken by the VH1 staff. She said she didn't really call the cops, but an ambulance showed up because they both had lacerations. Check out the audio: