Erica Mena had an ugly response to comments Wendy Williams made about her recent pregnancy announcement on The Wendy Williams Show.
On Monday, Mena announced she was expecting a second child with her husband and fellow Love & Hip-Hop alum Safaree. The couple shares daughter Safire, and Mena has a son from a previous relationship.
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Many people had something to say about the news, including Williams.
“You and Safaree. I don’t really know you much Erica, but I do know Safaree enough and you all need to stop fighting and threatening divorce so much,” Williams suggested. “And you all need to grow up and grow into being parents and if you’re not gonna wanna be married, then get a divorce and co-parent.”
“And babies don’t save marriages, but good luck, at least your first, six months,” she added.
Williams’ commentary pissed Mena off and she logged into Twitter to called her out in the worst way.
“At this point, let’s link up so I can beat your ass,” Mena wrote. “Your ex-husband didn’t do a good enough job.”
@WendyWilliams At this point let’s link up so I can beat your ass. Your ex husband didn’t do a good enough job.
— Erica Mena (@iamErica_Mena) May 5, 2021
The reality television star was rightfully dragged on social media.
Lmao so you really one of them girls who put all your business on social media but want us to forget soon a you happy again. She gave you solid advice and you chose violence. The ghetto honey pic.twitter.com/suWZMQr1bW
— Ebony Diamonds (the author) (@MsDiamondshoney) May 6, 2021
Damn I’d expect more from a domestic abuse survivor. Wendy really did give y’all good advice although unwarranted. All she said was grow up because your marital problems are put out for everyone to judge and stay married & learn to parent together or get a divorce and co parent.
— Taquana (@MrsTaquana) May 6, 2021
“Damn I’d expect more from a domestic abuse survivor. Wendy really did give y’all good advice although unwarranted. All she said was ‘grow up’ because your marital problems are put out for everyone to judge and stay married & learn to parent together or get a divorce and co-parent,” wrote one user.
will threaten to fight another woman while pregnant for speaking truth on what she puts out for the world to see, but not the man that embarrassed her to begin wi— never mind. https://t.co/wISd76mxOH pic.twitter.com/yeK4Asgin1
— riah (@damn_lingling) May 6, 2021
Literally proved her point, in true wack-hoe fashion https://t.co/29Gw9aD7fo
— lil loudpack 🦄 (@badgyalpinky) May 6, 2021
“I hope you know a woman somewhere is taking her last breath from the hands of her husband,” pointed out another tweeter. “Domestic violence is never something to joke around with.. this a bottom barrel sh*t right here!”
Mena’s comment is particularly foul because she has talked about her experiences with domestic violence publicly.
To make matters worse, she has doubled down on her BS with more Twitter shenanigans.
“If you don’t exist to me what offends you don’t affect me,” she wrote.
Mena and Safaree’s marital problems are well documented on social media. In February, Safaree tweeted getting married was “one of my BIGGEST mistakes.”
It didn’t take long for his wife to clap back.
“Since you always run to social media like a little girl, I might as well join in. I absolutely agree with you on this. You are the most selfish, vain, and inconsiderate person,” she wrote on her own Twitter page.
Pregnancy hormones can’t be blamed for this foolishness.