Tank Airs out Moniece Slaughter
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Tank Airs out Moniece Slaughter

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

Moniece Slaughter claims she is walking away from “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” after the upcoming season, and it’s all because she’s tired of the drama.

Unfortunately for Moniece, she can’t even escape drama when the cameras aren’t rolling.

R&B singer Tank called her out in a recent interview, and he claims she harassed him after they slept together.

In a recent interview with “Hollywood Unlocked,” Tank claims Moniece Slaughter began to stalk him and give him problems after they got intimate.

Tank met Moniece at an event and it didn’t take long for things to go left.

Apparently one of his friends tried to warn him about Moniece, but Tank didn’t listen.

He says:

“There was a s*xual encounter. A single encounter.

“I met her at a party and someone had whispered in my ear, I can’t remember who. But she was giving me this stare of…this is your p*ssy whenever you decide to come over here and get it, this is your p*ssy. She’s giving me this look and I’m like aight now you’re testing my manhood.

“So somebody whispered in my ear, and I’m like, ‘you see her giving me the full business?’ And they were like, ‘man, she be tripping.’ And I’m like, ‘no she don’t.’ I’m trying to rationalize in my mind, I want to make sense.”

Tank sparked up a conversation with Moniece after seeing her for the first time, and she made it seem like she was interested with sleeping with him and his friends:

“Me and a couple of my guys started talking to her and whatever and it started off as a conversation is like we all gonna do something with her. It was a couple of us.

“So when we got back to the spot, while we was in the car, she kind of whispered quietly like, ‘I know we had this conversation, about this whole group thing but the more closer we get to making it happen, I’m kind of more focused on you.’ And I’m like, ‘I get it. I get it.’

“You know when you have that moment of, ‘I shouldn’t have done this’…we woke up and she went straight to her phone…I don’t know if it’s strategic, but she left a piece of dress over there. So I go out of town…my neighbors hit me like, ‘some girl has been coming by here and knocking on your door and saying if I see you to call her.’”

The R&B singer says he feels she left her dress behind strategically, and Moniece started to freak out his neighbors:

“She doesn’t come by when I say come by, she comes at her own times when I’m not there. So then I get another message from my neighbor, I’m not making all this up…and my neighbor calls me and says, ‘the girl came by and said she’s looking for her dress and she’s also pregnant,’ and I’m like, what?!

“She comes over with one of her friends and I throw the dress out the window.

“So she starts hitting me with all these messages, ‘you can’t just do that to me and I’m pregnant and we at least need to f*ck again.”

Tank then says he ended up moving from North Hollywood to West Hills (not because of Moniece) and she somehow found out his new address. After egging his cars and house and even painting his BMW Easter colors, he finally snapped after she tossed a drink in his face at one of Brandy’s events. After fearing Tank would hurt her for tossing the drink in his face, Tank claims Moniece finally left him alone.

Check out the video below:

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

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  1. Message From Moniece’s Mother

    “This note is a direct request to all those who participated in the shameful, degrading, disrespectful Tank interview, conducted by Jason Lee, and promoted by Love and Hip Hop Hollywood. My objective is simple, REMOVE THIS INTERVIEW FROM ALL SOCIAL MEDIA & DON’T AIR THIS ON SEASON 3 of LHHH..PERIOD!

    After this interview was brought to my attention I sobbed for hours asking questions like “how can a grown man be so void of character to share such graphic sexual details of any woman, much less someone’s mother?” The next question was “have we become so desensitized as a community and society that we find this gross spotlight of disrespect and degradation entertaining?” The final question was one I ask God directly “can you show me how to fight for Moniece in a way that will be comforting and effective to her.” With a open heart His response was crystal clear and simple “the same way I fight for you, by standing between you and the enemy!” He reminded me that despite my flaws He still gives my the power of choice. My tears flowed freely, realizing that my love for Moniece has been focused on pushing her to see her potential, making sure she exhibits the love invested in her growing up, and holding her responsible to understand my disappointment in the choices she makes that seem to ignore right from wrong. In that moment God also showed me that the two people he entrusted to both bring Moniece to the world and guide her, had neglected, by every fault of our own to do the one thing that he ask of every parent, “stand in the gap with her and be a shield of protection for her!” Well today my eyes are open, and my commitment is renewed. I am not here to throw punches or stoop to worthless character assignations, but I will STAND with Moniece!!!! She is flawed, but so am I! She’s imperfect, but in God’s eyes perfectly imperfect, so am I!

    So today I ask each of you to join me and stand with Moniece: SHARE MY WORDS! Our silence has become acceptance. My fight is inspired by Moniece, but designed to restore consciousness in an unconscious, morally detached, Godless world. If social media is the platform we recognize, then so let it be! No one….I repeat…No one is deserving of this type of disrespect. It’s time to let our voices be heard!!! Post the attached note on all the following sites until the request for deletion is honored.

    Here is the link to Moniece’s response to the interview (it will be the only reference I will post). I am SOOO proud of her: @nymagee #positivitycangoviral

    Repost to all the following pages! Share with every conscious person you know. We can make a difference.




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