Mimi Faust Talks Reunion Show, Love Advice & Having Goons Ready To Smack Joseline & Stevie On Sight

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta has taken their talents to New York to film their reunion show. Yes, the reunion show that wasn’t supposed to happen but DID. While there, the stars of VH1’s most talked about summer show have been doing a lot of press. Mona Scott-Young and Stevie J visited the set of MTV RapFix, but who cares about that? Let’s talk about Mimi’s interview with RapFix.

 

 

Mimi Dishes On The Reunion Show

“It’s gonna be stupid, that’s all I can say,” Mimi told RapFix while partying this past weekend at Deion Sanders’ annual Primetime Black & Red Gala in Atlanta. “Stupid. Mona (Scott-Young) will be moderating most likely. I’m assuming. I don’t know that for sure. I don’t know who’ll be in the room. I don’t know. All I can say is it’s gonna be stupid.”

 

 

Mimi Offers Her Own Love Advice

“First of all, everything that glitters is not gold,” Mimi said. “If you truly and honestly love the person that you’re with, if you wanna work it out, I suggest you try and work it out. That was my situation. I have a daughter with this man. A two-year old. I tried to work my family situation out. When you find out that’s not going to work, change your situation. Only you can change your situation. The man ain’t gonna do it. He gonna have you and her and her and somebody else. So if you realize what you’re doing is not working for you, change your situation.”

 

 

On A Crazed Fan Offering To Fade Steebie & Joseline

“I had a girl come up to me, she was from Florida, and she told that whenever I wanted, she would fly down here and whoop both they asses, on demand,” Mimi said to RapFix. “I was like…OK. She was like, ‘Mimi girl, I got yo back! I will f— him and that bitch up!’ I was like, Wow, OK.”

 

Below Mona and Steebie talk about not judging Love & Hip Hop Atlanta because it teaches groupies to not want this lifestyle.

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