Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta's Lil Scrappy Fights With Erica's New Man!

21 August 2012

Just when you thought this show could’nt get anymore ghetto, Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star Lil Scrappy has put his paws on Erica’s new boyfriend.

In the latest drama on the controversial VH1 show, Erica - who is Scrappy’s baby mother - revealed her new relationship in last night’s episode.

The last time viewers tuned in, Erica was the victim of Lil Scrappy’s antics including; moving out, refusing to pay child support, and sleeping with his best friend.

However since then, girlfriend’s got an upgrade! Erica’s new beau was described as an Italian real estate broker.

According to MediaTakeOut, it’s alleged that when Scrappy found out she was dating again, he went ballistic.

The website's sources claim that Scrappy supposedly confronted the guy at his workplace, embarrassing him in front of all him colleagues. Taking the situation a step too far, Scrappy then slapped the Italian Stallion and even spat on him.

Scrappy do we smell a bit of hip-hopcracy?

Well all is fair in love and hip-hop and Scrappy and Erica are allegedly engaged, so it’s unlikely that we will see the new boyfriend on the show anytime soon.

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