Less than 24 hours after news hit that reality star Mimi Faust and her boyfriend Nikko had a sex tape hitting the ‘net, a few Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cast have weighed in, with criticism. Former LHHA cast member, singer K.Michelle, took to both Twitter and Instagram responding. The very vocal singer wrote:
I’ll never wish bad on another woman, but the way those b*tches in Atlanta treated me bad! I’m not perfect and I have my own skeletons, but a deserve this good laugh.
She then posted the video below, with the caption:
Didn’t nobody want to listen to me. Now she swingin’ on chandeleers and sh*t.
She later added:
Sis, @mimfaust was his roommate home or nah?
As you’ll recall, last season K.Michelle and Mimi ended their friendship over conflict that began over Nikko. In fact, theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reported a physical altercation that took place while filming last season, solidifying the end of their friendship.
Cast mate, Joseline Hernandez, who is married to Stevie J, also seemed unimpressed about said sex tape. She wrote:
If you going to f**k on camera at least be a freak not a boring 45 year ol lady. What they got this hoe under. Granny porn? N your n*gga look like he got that Christmas package.
Joseline also had a sex tape scandal in 2012. Joseline’s video didn’t play out too much on the show.
The video that surfaced was of the self-proclaimed ‘Puerto Rican Princess‘ enjoying herself (dolo). Reportedly, the tape was recorded before LHHA had begun.
As previously reported, over the weekend, confirmed news hit that a sex tape was being released featuring Mimi and Nikko called, ‘Scandal in Atlanta’. Short video footage and photos have been released. Allegedly, the sex tape was signed off by the couple AND produces of Love & Hip Hop. The full sextape movie will be released on Vivid.com On April 21st and in stores nationwide on April 29th.
Mimi Faust, nor Nikko have yet to comment. From what we’re told, there are limitations contractually within VH1 on what they can discuss before the show airs. We also hear that they’re gearing up to do a big sit-down to discuss what actually happened.