'Love & Hip Hop: New York' season 6 news: Mariah Lynn, Moniece Slaughter fight anew; Cardi B addresses comment about incarcerated boyfriend

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VH1’s reality series “Love & Hip Hop: New York” has been full of drama in season 6 as some of the cast members continue to have disagreements with each other.

Reports claim that Mariah Lynn is not in good terms with Moniece Slaughter again which marks the second time the stars fought in the last two months. However, unlike the first one with Slaughter starting the fight when she threatened Lynn for no clear reason, the latter was the one who lashed out this time.

In a video, she said some things to Slaughter after she admitted that she is drunk while they were filming it. Slaughter then allegedly replied to the footage and wrote, “No thank you. I prefer filet mignon, not sewage. My parents weren’t stuck in jail, halfway houses or rehabs. They taught me that dumpster diving is classless… At least you addressed me properly unlike your cheerleader @mistacoop.”

Lynn then apparently fired back saying that she is a better artist than Slaughter and stated that she also stuck up for her mother who has an ongoing drug problem, “I’m a million times better than you as an artist. You are dope. I won’t take that away from you, but you sell yourself short.”

“My mother may have done what she’s done, but one thing I can say is she never forgot about her daughters, never missed a holiday or birthday,” she continued before warning Slaughter that she is going to Los Angeles to take over her franchise.

Meanwhile, Cardi B has been on the receiving end of backlash from fans who deem that she has only been dating her boyfriend for a short time, but she is already talking about marriage.

She said that they were actually been in a relationship for even before he got locked up, “We been dating for a year and six months. Before he got locked up we dated for two months. F*** is the problem. Mind your business,” she stated. The reality star has yet to reveal the name of her boyfriend.

New episodes of “Love and Hip Hop New York” air every Monday at 8 P.M.