Uh-oh, Bambi Benson was not happy with a sexy dancer getting too close to her husband, Lil Scrappy, and was quick to let out her frustration.
Over the weekend, the pregnant Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta star shared a few pictures where she was partying with friend Malaysia Pargo who was celebrating her 38th birthday.
The soirée included a hot belly dancer, who was attempting to get too hot and heavy with Lil Scrappy and Bambi called her by saying: “Oh, no girl he ain’t gonna stand up what you thought?”
One fan said: “Girl stop it, you just slay everything congratulations again can’t wait to see the bundle of joy. Asides from Bambi saying what she said, These comments got me busting up!!! Bambi cracked me tf up though she said it so funny but she was still cool. “And stuff” made me fall tf out. Right, girl just do what you’re being paid to do & gon head home! Lol. Mind the business that pays you.”
Another commenter wrote: “I’ve Always Like Bambi From When She First Appeared On Basketball Wives. She Beautiful, Intelligent. Loyal and Has Always Been A Ruse or Die. God Bless Bambi & Her Family???? P.S I have to give it to Scrappy he knew a Great Lady when he met one, and I applaud him for doing what it take a Man to keep. #BlackLove? #Scrappy&Bambi. Swear she been pregnant for ten months now. I found out I was pregnant in May and I’m moving along quick I feel like lol Enjoy every second of pregnancy! It’s the best!!”
This third person shared: “Lmao, put a stop to that real quick! So gorgeous. You are glowing honey!!!! That red though. My favorite color. I hardly ever comment on “celebrities” post. But I felt compelled to do so. I love this pic. History lesson. The point is that Bellydancing originated from Egypt which is in Africa and not India which is in Asia. Today Bellydancing is a global phenomenon that has served to empower women all over the world. When I go to my Egyptian dance conferences, I meet women of all ages, shapes, and backgrounds from many countries including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, the UK, France, Korea, China…no Indians. Lol. I would have loved to see more East African women there. But that could be a matter of immigration. There were girls from S. Africa who weren’t allowed into the country from the airport. Somewhat sad.”
Bambi and her husband are expecting a baby boy.