Erica Mena and Rich Dollaz have a love and hate type of relationship. One minute they’re on and the next they’re OFF! And when it’s off issh gets real heated like what I’m about to share with you.

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According to wordonthestreet:

Love & Hip Hop NY’s Erica Mena must’ve got on the wrong person’s bad side because they decided to send this raw audio of Erica singing (if you want to call it that) “Where Do I Go From Here” to prove what a horrible singer she is without a producer sprinkling magic dust on her voice… and it has our ears bleeding! [Scroll to the bottom of the article to hear it] We all knew she couldn’t sing but gotdaaaam?! Our exclusive Wordondastreet sources have also put us on to some of the upcoming drama surrounding the new cast of the upcoming season of Love & Hip Hop NY. Check out this sneak preview of all the drama surrounding the upcoming Love & Hip Hop NY Season 5 below…

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Check out the email sent to us by…we ain’t saying no names!

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You can find said receipts attached to this email. It’s no secret Erica Mena has been having financial problems while living Instagram large online. Recently, Erica tried to make a side deal with Charlucci “Bigg Lucc” Finney, an accredited celebrity manager and executive producer to the stars.

Rich Dollaz paid Charlucci to produce these records for release on his Dollaz Unlimited imprint. Which he did. Charlucci went the extra mile and hired Erica’s Dancers & her choreographer Kelly Peters, to ensure that she had a great show.

So, what happened? Well…We hear that Rich who brought Charlucci to the table, gave his blessing for Charlucci to continue to help Erica even though Rich was no longer involved. Everything was going well, new music, new start, then Erica presented Charlucci paperwork out of the blue, that clearly stated that Rich Dollaz has nothing to do with these records and never had the right to record them.

Well, Charlucci took a look at it and said, ” I can’t sign that E. That’s not accurate and it’s not right. You can’t expect meto be your puppet in this game you got going on with Rich.” Erica of course, gets immediately emotional and goes to Twitter.

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As you can see in her tweets, she refers to Rich Dollaz of Dollaz Unlimited as “Corn Ball” and insinuates that he’s only using Bigg Lucc to produce his artists for free. The real of it is, this was all a cover up, to create a trail for taping the new season of Love and Hip Hop New York. Rich had already paid Bigg Lucc and his T-Stone Production Team $17,000 for her tracks. Including the smash EDM banger “Dancing All Over The World”. When Bigg Lucc declined her offer to LIE to her lawyer and Viacom that Rich had never made payment, the twitter war began.

If you are not familiar with Bigg Lucc, he is the former manager of Jodeci, discovered Missy Elliott, Timberland, Ginuwine, and that’s just for short. He is greatly respected in the music and television industry. He is also the man behind the notorious record “Where Do I Go From Here” that was taken from Erica and given to Olivia in Season 2.

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To make matters worse, when Erica went page patrolling yesterday, she got her feelings hurt to know that Bigg Lucc is now working with her known rival Jhonni Blaze. His Twitter mentions of Jhonni sent Erica through the roof and reignited the beef. This may indeed be Erica’s last season w/ the Love and Hip Hop brand. Without Rich or Bigg Lucc, her hit maker, she has no story.

You can listen to the tracks below: