Fri, Sep 21 08:30 AM |Entertainment

These Two ‘Love & Hip Hop’ Stars Are Joining Forces To Gang Up On Amara La Negra

Round two? Okay. We’re here and ready.

Three members of the Love & Hip-Hop: Miami cast are not getting along and are airing out all of the details on social media.


Jojo Zarur and Bobby Lytes are both ticked off at Amara La Negra, who has been shading Jojo for having a friendship with Bobby. Why? Presumably because he previously bashed her publicly, calling her “fake”.

In a now-deleted, which is a screenshot of Amara’s blank Instagram page, suggests that the artist blocked Bobby from seeing her content. Hahaha. That is so cold.

“Let me guess…. ya fake [expletive] found out that I heard you was talking [expletive] about me? Why??? When all I’ve ever done was support you and your tired [expletive] music, even when people around me use to doubt and talk [expletive] and ask me were you a gimmick I defended you to the max!!,” Bobby ranted.

He also wrote, “Then to come and find out you told @jojozarur what u said about me was disappointing Amara, honey you ain’t fooling nobody miss thing!!! Soon the truth will come to light!!! 💡”

While on L&HHM, Jojo proved she was a solid friend to Amara when she torched a nasty chat Young Hollywood, Veronica Vega and Steph Lecor were having about the Dominican musician. 

But the bond between Jojo and Amara is falling apart…because of Jojo’s association with Bobby?

I think to me, reality is better than being fake...

Oh and this may have what caused Amara to block Bobby on Instagram.

Well, Jojo and Bobby are finally fighting back. They both denied acting like snakes and claimed they’ve never had an issue with Amara, on social media.

Jojo popped onto Instagram and posted a clip of herself letting Amara have it.

"I’m sick and tired of waking up to Amara taking every [expletive] problem to social media. So since you want to resolve it through social media and through Love & Hip Hop then we can talk about it on social media. Amara, stop sending all the subliminals bro, that “all these snakes” and “[expletive] got you [expletive] up” and I’m not a real friend ’cause the whole [expletive] world knows that I’ve been nothing but a real [expletive] friend to your [expletive],” she vented. “I fell out with half of Miami [expletive] defending you. OK? So now, this year comes around and you and Bobby fell out. Both of you have been my friends.”

"Bobby has been my friend before I even knew you so for you to fall out with him and expect me to say, “[expletive] you Bobby, I can’t be cool with you ’cause she doesn’t like you anymore,” I can’t do that, bro," she went on to say. "And if you’re going to call me a snake, and if you’re going to call me a fake friend, and if you want to take it to social media, and take it to Love & Hip Hop, if that’s what you’re going to do, then go ahead. At the end of the day, I’m not getting in the middle of the [expletive] no more. 

Grateful! Agradecida! @yaime_g

“You giving me an ultimatum, baby girl, I’m a grown [expletive] woman. You don’t take care of me. You don’t pay my bills. I can do whatever the [expletive] I want. It’s not my fault that you don’t want to [expletive] with nobody. It’s not my fault that you don’t want to have any friends. I can do whatever the [expletive] I want with my life. As long as I don’t say nothing about you, as long as I’m not being a bad friend to you, why the [expletive] does it matter what the [expletive] I do with my life? So with that being said, if you don’t want to be my friend it’s cool. I’m not even mad,” she concluded.

Should everyone involved grow up? Or is Jojo making the right move by ripping apart Amara for playing petty little pal games?

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