Celebrities Who Claim They Were Misrepresented — After Acting A Fool!

April 16, 2013 ‐ By Meg Butler

Can you believe everything you read in the tabloids? Of course not. But how do you deny things people see in black and white and color on the TV set — or on your Twitter page? That’s what these stars have done, claiming what most people see as bad behavior is really just a misrepresentation. But are they fakin’ the front to save face? Or do we have it twisted sometimes? You be the judge.

Erica Mena

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Erica Mena

After “Love & Hip Hop” aired last season, Erica Mena was reportedly outraged at the footage we saw of her. She told TMZ:

“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.”

Maybe Erica and I saw two different shows. She tried to have the Kimbella fight scene pulled from the show. Maybe she forgot that this video of her whoopin’ on her baby daddy in the street was already circling the web. Let’s not even get on her antics now that she’s a real cast member.

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  • 2Ja2

    Dear Snooki,

    The only people who think college and trade school are the same thing are people in trade school. That’s not college anymore than Job Corp is…
    Sincerely, A College Graduate

  • Cynkisskiss

    Erica is not a celebrity

  • Leecey

    Nene was on point wit that one

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  • Clara

    Ok. Sometimes the media does lie on ppl but that’s the price to pay when you’re famous. And they do portray AA women in a bad light. BUT a large majority of them ARE acting like a damn mess so what do you expect? Act like you got some sense and with class and maybe you wouldn’t have to backtrack so much -_-