This is when keeping it real — or trying to act gangsta — goes very wrong.
After Waka Flocka Flame’s wife, Tammy Rivera, had her ponytail yanked out at the root by cracked-out “Love and Hip Hop” co-star Joseline Hernandez, Rivera sought vengeance for the humiliating ordeal by posting a photo of them (literally) firing shots back at Hernendez and Stevie J.
Stevie J’s beef was initially with just Benzino but then the opportunistic wife Hernandez took a shot at the much more attractive and appealing Rivera. Even though the taping of “Love and Hip Hop Reunion Part II” may have taken place several weeks ago, the intense hostility is still brimming just beneath the surface like a volcano.
On the set of “Love and Hip Hop Reunion Part II”, the molten lava-level hatred exploded all over the set.
Waka, who was on tour at the time of the taping, could not be on the set to shield his newlywed wife from Hernandez’s hood-rat antics. As a retaliatory strike for getting her weaved pulled out, Rivera posted a photo of Waka pointing a gun at the camera to alert her nemesis her man is back home and ready to strike back.
This is where Rivera got tangled up law enforcement, all because of a brain belch. She had just took a great deal of time explaining on the LHHATL Reunion seet that she is from Baltimore and had been immersed in that life, but that with a 9-year-old daughter, she claimed that she left that life behind.
Here’s the problem: Waka is seen holding a gun. He is a convicted felon. Therefore having a firearm in his possession — and then having the stupidity to post it on social media — is in direct violation of Waka’s current probation terms. After the photo went viral, it was only a matter of time before federal investigators would sniff out the transgression. Some media outlets report that the feds have already contacted Waka’s attorney.
Now it appears that Rivera’s juvenile behavior could get Waka Flocka Flame entangled within the system again. A probation violation could be easy to prove, thus sending Waka back to prison, because it’s clear that Waka had a weapon in his possession.