Momma Dee Tells Erica Dixon To Kick Rocks!May 24th, 2013
“Fallen animals need to stay in the barn.” ~Momma Dee, to Erica Dixon
HSK Exclusive – The last thing Momma Dee will apparently do is acknowledge Erica Dixon as the mother of her 8-year-old granddaughter. That’s because as Erica reveals LHHA producers edited out a comment Momma Dee made towards her — leading to the infamous on-camera clash between the pair — the self-noted ‘Queen of the South’ has one message for Erica…kick rocks!
In a recent interview with MouthToEars.com, Erica revealed the last straw was when Momma Dee called her ‘a bitch’. It’s a statement viewers didn’t get a chance to see, reportedly because it was left out in the editing process. Despite all of that, Erica says at the ending of the day all that matters is her daughter, the 8-year-old impressionable granddaughter to Momma Dee.
Now, Momma Dee tells HSK that very child could be lacking parenting. Could it get more ratchet than this? We hope not!!!
Here’s what Momma Dee tells HSK:
“My granddaughter is being raised by a nanny, because the child’s mother is out partying every night. Fallen animals need to stay in the barn.”
Here’s what Erica told MouthToEars about Momma Dee:
“Momma Dee is going to continue to be Momma Dee at the ending of the day. We have never really gotten along, I just feel like now she’s really taking things to the extreme. So, it definitely bothers me — because my thing long term is my child. I may say lil slick stuff here and there… ‘yeah she’s a bitch’, ‘yeah she needs to take her medicine’, this that and the other, but I don’t blatantly try to disrespect you, bash you or damage your character or image. I don’t have to cuz you do that on your own.
But, one day, my daughter’s gonna see all of this and it’s gonna be like how can you…she’s gonna definitely question her, they’re definitely gonna have a conversation about it. So, at the ending of the day it’s like something you’re gonna have to deal with in the future. So, if my child doesn’t want to have anything to do with you, I’m not going to make her….period.
She’s eight now, and she tells her sometimes, ‘grandma you’re being too extra, I can’t deal with this, mom I’m ready to go’ — and she’s eight!”