After DJ Envy Walked Out On Them, Erica Mena Will Appear On Desus And Mero’s Show

March 20, 2018  |  
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To keep it all the way one hunnid, I didn’t know what Erica Mena was going to do after her engagement to Bow Wow aka Shad Moss fell through. Now, I think we can all recognize that that was a blessing. But still, the association alone didn’t do all that much to give her any type of cool points. But, despite her declarations that she would never, she found her way back to another “Love and Hip Hop” franchise. Fans of her particular brand of reality star were likely ticked by the development.

But it was her resurrection, by proxy, on “The Breakfast Club” last week that has people even more excited. As we reported last week, comedians Desus and Mero appeared on the show. And before anyone asked them a single question, DJ Envy called them “d*ckhead and pussy” before proceeding to tell them that they owed his wife an apology for comments they made about her on their show. In case you missed the whole thing, the comedic duo were commenting about DJ Envy’s and his wife Gia Casey’s appearance on “The Real where the couple talked about DJ Envy’s infidelity. During the conversation, Envy said that he was two different people. He was Raashaun at home and DJ Envy elsewhere. To which Gia responded, “I didn’t know DJ Envy.” Desus quickly quipped, “I bet you know DJ Envy’s money though…”

Even after Desus apologized, DJ Envy was still upset. He walked out of the studio, refusing to complete the interview.  His actions set off a chain reaction of events. Desus and Mero clowned him the rest of the interview. They did a show for their platform discussing the incident, and now there’s a new and more intersting development.

The tea behind the tea is that Erica Mena is the woman who DJ Envy had an affair with. Mena has always claimed that she didn’t know Envy was married during their relationship and he never told her. But I guess she’ll discuss all of it later because yesterday Mena tweeted:

 

Whew. I don’t know about y’all but I’m here for it and ready to see what she has to say. See what other people are saying on the following pages.

 

Veronica Wells is the culture editor at MadameNoire.com. She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website NoSugarNoCreamMag. You can follow her on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @VDubShrug.

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