Cyn Santana Responds After Erica Mena Allegedly Left Hate Comments On Her Page

Cyn Santana Responds After Erica Mena Allegedly Left Hate Comments On Her Page
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Cyn Santana is responding following some events involving Erica Mena . It was alleged that Erica left hate comments for her. Check out the latest news coming from The Shade Room.

'Over the weekend it was alleged that #EricaMena turned her burner account into an account for her newborn son, and some folks were able to catch on because the account was allegedly seen leaving comments on #CynSantana’s account a few months back. Erica has not addressed the allegations, but Cyn briefly responded after being asked about it during a recent interview,' TSR notes.

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Someone said: 'That’s embarrassing as hell,' and one other follower poted this: 'I ain’t gon lie she going thru a lot right now .. so imma ignore this , but imma spin back on this situation in a few weeks 😭😭'

A commenter said: 'Unbothered is the mood from now until the end of time. No energy for the things that operate on a low frequency 👏' and a commenter said: 'Erica always play the victim I don't blame safari fa divorcing her.'

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Someone esle said: 'She grown grown leaving hate comments from a fake page ? Girl if you don’t grow up,' and a follower said: 'Why would you give your child your old burner account?!! 😅'

It seems that things between  Erica Mena   and  Safaree   are getting pretty nasty these days. Earlier today, it's been revealed that Safaree is now claiming Erica destroyed about $50,000 worth of his personal property, as The Shade Room reveals.

According to court documents obtained by @tmz_tv, Safaree is asking a judge to hold Erica “in contempt for violating their domestic relations standing order.”

TSR also said: 'The court documents state that on May 23, 2021 Erica poured bleach and cut the laces of Safaree’s custom sneakers. He claims they were worth up to $30,000.'

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