"Love & Hip Hop" star Erica Mena believes that radio personality and "The Gossip Game" star Angela Yee owes her. Making her thoughts public Monday, Feb. 25, the model and singer says Yee is old and owes her for giving her more press than she's ever had in her entire career.
"She's real old. She is a real old lady. She owes me too. Now that I think about it. She's been on radio for the longest. Supposedly her radio show is doing well, but the most press she's ever gotten in her career is when I decided to bring her a box of donuts. So she owes me," Mena told This Is 50 Monday.
As widely reported earlier this year, Erica Mena showed up at the building where Yee tapes the popular radio show "The Breakfast Club." She didn't show up empty handed or in a dress either. She showed up in sweats, with a box of donuts dedicated to Yee, with the words "thanks for keeping me and my son's name in your mouth. Bless you."
According to Erica Mena, Angela Yee should have kept her name out of her mouth and should have not spoken about her parenting skills.
"She decided to make a few comments about my child and my mothering. I don't want to quote her. I'll be able to quote her real soon. The most press this old lady has ever had is when I brought her a box of donuts," said Mena. "That's the highlight of her career so far.
She's so scared, she banned me from the building."
All of that said, should Erica just leave Angela Yee alone at this point?
"Love & Hip Hop" airs Monday nights on VH1.