Love & Hip Hop’s Tokyo Vanity Calls Out Wendy Williams, Has A Message For Fake Love
The Love and Hip Hop franchise is known for the drama amongst castmates. Rapper Tokyo Vanity of the Atlanta cast, and Moniece Slaughter of the Hollywood cast seem to have that in common. Tokyo, known for her gal pal anthem, “That’s My Best Friend,” made it clear that she wants nothing to do with ungenuine friendships with her castmates. She posted this message on Instagram:
Dear old cast and future cast members…no ones spot on LHH is permanent we all have to get casted or recaster…I don’t even know if im picked for next season yet, so y’all can stop trying to link up and go back to ignoring me like y’all did b4 the show aired thanks
She confirmed her stance with this caption:
All that fake love y’all can keep it
Slaughter, hinted at the fact that she gave Tokyo a warning about mingling with castmates. She said:
I triiiieeeedd to tell you sis. Shit is wild ain’t it? Smh
The post has since been deleted.
Tokyo also took to social media, to call out Wendy Williams for referring to her as “portly.” See her post below.
Lmfaoooo my stupid ass was so happy to be featured on the @wendyshow and her toothbrush shaped ass was actually being rude ?? the old me would have wrote a long drawn out “fuck you bitch” letter but I’m so fuckin blessed with confidence that it don’t matter god bless you WENDY stay off the powder it’s shrinking your legs suh ?
We exclusively broke the news that Tokyo Vanity, who sued rapper Young Thug for using her “best friend” lyrics without attribution, was joining the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta cast last November.
By: Miata Shanay