Spice and Tokyo Vanity have been battling over Tabius Tate for a few episodes now on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. The last fight takes place on the dude ranch in Houston after Spice and Tokyo start arguing about who is at fault for the earlier altercation.
Rasheeda tried to stop the fight before it even broke out but there was just too much anger. As seen in the LHHATL midseason trailer, after Spice throws her cake, it takes multiple security guards to keep Tokyo from attacking her.
After the first fight aired on VH1 last week, Spice regretted the drama with Tokyo Vanity. Rather than carrying their feud on to the reunion show taping, she decided to make things right.
She clearly didn’t like watching herself make fun of Tokyo’s weight on-screen. It didn’t help that Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta fans were siding with Tokyo and talking about how Spice was out of line.
“It’s officially the most horrific situation I’ve watched on TV,” Spice wrote on Instagram. “I’m so disappointed in myself for doing the exact same thing I promised myself that I wouldn’t do. Watching back Myself fighting on Tv has left me with deep despondency.”
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It’s officially the most horrific situation I’ve watched on TV. I’m so disappointed in myself for doing the exact same thing I promised myself that I wouldn’t do. Watching back Myself fighting on Tv has left me with deep despondency. Even tho I heard that disrespectful remarks was passed about me behind my back. Leaving me to think she was throwing shade i said I’m gonna throw the whole tree when I met her. With that being said It still doesn’t justify the fact that I was so wrong to comment on her weight. While I honestly feel like there’s also some cultural diversity conflict in this situation because we don’t really take the fat shaming so serious on my side of the world. I also have to realize that I’m not in my regular surroundings . My mother and sisters are Voluptuous women and I joke with them daily about their weight likewise they do to me. I’m less than 200 pound and people still call me fat every and it’s just the norm for me to say that to people. However I now realize that I’ve offended many people and even tho me and Tokyo have put our differences aside. I still want to take this time out to apologize to Tokyo again and to also apologize to whom I offended. With that being said big up to all my #smurfettes 💙💙💙 Mi and unu done know how the thing set. How I perform with Fat women on stage, how I refer to my dancers as the mawga one and the fat one, how I’ve done #SlimVrsFluffy song with Pamputtae etc but they’ll figure me out soon enough #Queenofdancehall LOVE YOU ALL
Spice dealt with considerable backlash for fat shaming Tokyo Vanity. She explained that in Jamaica, making fun of someone’s size isn’t as big of a deal as it is in the U.S. but she also made it clear that she was planning to “throw the whole tree” at Tokyo after hearing that the New Orleans rapper was talking about her first.
For that, Spice did apologize. While many have forgiven her, it’s pretty clear that others still have not.
She’s disappointed cause social media dragged her to hell and back. Tokyo Vanity is very beautiful inside and out. Spice showed how ugly she was over a little bit of fame and a man. Girl bye
— Iloveme (@iloveme1779) June 5, 2018
Tonight on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, fans will get to see the final fight between Spice and Tokyo Vanity. Even though Spice apologized after watching the first fight, she still had this one taped before making up with Tokyo. The brawl is definitely cringe-worthy and if Spice had a hard time handling the handbag beatdown, the dude ranch fight is going to be really hard to watch.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta airs on Mondays at 8 pm EST on Vh1.