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Safaree Checks Joe Budden & Rich Dollaz On Love & Hip Hop New York Reunion


Safaree was on fire on part two of Love and Hip Hop: New York.

Safaree Samuels didn’t just make a grand entrance on Love & Hip Hop: New York Reunion, he was fiery. It appears that Erica Mena’s fiancée is ready to step into the boxing ring with anyone on the show who want some smoke. Everyone thought that Safaree would miss the reunion show all entirely, but around midway, he showed up. The first episode saw other cast members speaking smack about him including Maino and Rich Dollaz, but in the second episode, aired on Monday night, things were a lot different.

In a previous episode, we saw Joe Budden aggressively going after Safaree for bringing Erica Mena on their trip to Costa Rica. We also saw Rich Dollaz getting angry because Safaree didn’t tell him that he was dating his ex-girlfriend.

“I learned something you know Joe he turns up for the camera because me and Joe were together on the same bus on the way to the bonfire,” Safaree said. “He didn’t say nothing, but when it’s time to film, he was like ‘I’ll put your face in the sand, boom boom boom and all this other sh*t.'”

“That’s turning up for the camera, that’s fake, that’s not real sh*t,” Safaree continues. At that moment Cyn Santana steps in saying, “Safaree don’t act smart now.”

“With all due respect, this is between me and Joe,” Safaree clapped back. Cyn responded saying that whatever is between him and Joe is also between herself and Joe. That’s when things got heated, and Joe told her to calm down because he doesn’t want to beat Samuels up but in more explicit terms.

“I’ll pull up to your hotel and it can really go down,” Samuels told Joe. At that moment everyone in the audience was stunned. As for Rich Dollaz, he charged at Samuels which you can see in the clip below.