You're Fired: A Major 'Love & Hip Hop' Star Is Reportedly About To Get The Ax

This person has been in a lot of trouble with the law lately.

This may be the end of the road for a Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta OG, and it reportedly is all due to a brawl that occurred during the recent taping of the show's reunion.

According to In Touch Weekly, Stevie J is "on the brink of being fired" from the popular VH1 reality series after he allegedly physically attacked Erica Mena during the taping.

(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)
(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

Throughout the latest season of the show, Mena has been accusing Stevie J of mentally abusing and manipulating her friend and one of the show's rookies, Estelita. However, the show's resident bad boy and the former Love & Hip Hop: New York star rarely shared scenes together, throughout the season.

Once Mena and Stevie finally saw each other during the taping, however, things reportedly escalated quickly.

The site reports that Stevie allegedly hurled homophobic slurs directed towards Mena's 11-year-old son, King Conde. When Mena responded to his hateful words with a slap to the face, things reportedly took a turn for the worse.

Atlanta Black Star reports that security "had to pull the 46-year-old off" of Mena and ask him to leave the premises, immediately. 

In a now-deleted Instagram post, Mena seemed to have confirmed the reports, writing, "He likes to fight females. If you blogs want to blog about anything, blog about the fact the [sic] Stevie J. is a b***h, and he likes to fight girls."

As a result of the brawl, it is now being reported that Stevie J is set to be fired from the franchise and is banned from attending any further events related to the series.

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