4. Boom, I Got Your Girlfriend
The most draining storyline of this season of Love & Hip Hop: New York is undoubtedly the one involving Erica Mena and her dueling boo thangs. You know in one corner is the new girl, Cyn Santana, and in the other, that old thing that Erica wants back, Rich Dollaz. Never known to mince words and brag on all of the places his penis has seen, Rich reveals that he and Erica have had some sex in recent weeks. Shocker.
Anyway, once again Cyn smugly sits in front of Rich and throws some not so subtle shade his way. Fed up, Rich tells Cyn that he and Erica have recently had the sex. Cyn is pissed, pulls Erica into a room and shouts at her. Erica isn’t denying Rich’s claims, only she’s pissed that he dared to open his mouth about them. Good Lord, what a selfish person.
Bless Cyn’s heart, but she is the worst kind of person – i.e. the type that blames the other person for why their partner's legs won't stop spreading. Meanwhile, Rich is dead wrong for running up on two women. You are a grown man, Rich Dollaz. Act like one. This includes him warning Erica: "I got pictures. They'll be on the Internet tomorrow." Was Rich born in 1995?
As for Erica and Cyn, they have another confrontation and based on their Instagram feeds, all is well over there. I remain unconvinced that this isn’t some sort of spoof, but if they’re happy, have it. That said, Erica gives us Telemundo novella acting throughout the night. And since I have to address it, Erica Mena “performed” her single last night. She had on Janet Jackson’s microphone, served Ashanti’s very first two step and somebody else’s vocals.