Stevie J FIRED From Love & Hip Hop Atlanta

Stevie J FIRED From Love & Hip Hop Atlanta

Word travels fast in these parts because we just got word that Stevie J is NO LONGER part of the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta series.

Earlier this year it was speculated that Stevie J was on the “brink of being fired” and now it appears the investigation has concluded. Erica Mena in, Stevie J out.

In addition to the investigation about Stevie attacking Erica Mena, one of our reliable spies, just told us that Stevie J has been officially FIRED from Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. Read on…

Stevie J FIRED From Love & Hip Hop AtlantaCelebNreality247.com received an email earlier this morning with news that Stevie J has been FIRED from the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta franchise.

Our informant revealed the following deets about Stevie J saying:

Stevie Jordan was requesting a pay increase for the upcoming season and apparently, both sides didn’t come to an agreement.

Stevie J wanted his wife Faith Evans to be part of the series, but she refused to be on the show like a “stereotypical” black woman.  The source went on to reveal “Stevie requested that He and Faith get their own series, but that was the icing on the cake… That was the moment that Vh1 and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta producer decided cutting ties was best for everyone.”

The news of his termination comes after reports that he was on the brink of termination after a “said” altercation with Erica Mena last season.

Back in July the Atlanta Black Star reports:

Stevie is on “the brink” of being fired and is banned from attending any events related to the series due to the ongoing investigation.

If you recall, security “had to pull the 46-year-old off” Erica and he was asked to leave the building immediately.

Erica confirmed the reports in a since-deleted Instagram video, saying:

He likes to fight females. If you blogs want to blog about anything, blog about the fact the Stevie J. is a b—h, and he likes to fight girls.

Mena instigated much of the problems, but that is her nature, she likes to piss people off and ruin their lives.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time Stevie had used homophobic language on the popular reality show.

About the author

Pete Peter

Pete Peter is a California native who has been in the entertainment industry for 20+ years. He is a journalist who covers music, festivals, events, interviews, movie premieres, sports, reality TV, and more.