Watch LHHH’s Hazel E Diss Yung Berg For Beating Girlfriend Masika Tucker: “It’s A Tragedy”


Nov. 11 2014, Published 6:36 p.m. ET

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Love & Hip Hop Hollywood star Hazel E offered her take on her pseudo-ex Yung Berg’s attack on her co-star Masika Tucker.

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According to reports, Berg attacked Tucker in a New York City hotel room, choking her and leaving her with several cuts.

Berg received four charges in connection to the incident. And now Hazel E, who has been wrapped in a bizarre love affair with the rapper on LHHH’s first season, is sounding off on the reported attack.

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Speaking to a photographer while walking into French Montana’s birthday party in Los Angeles, Hazel E said she thought the incident was a “tragedy.” But in an earlier interview with Madame Noir, she also revealed that she wasn’t surprised by Berg’s alleged actions.

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“I mean, as you see in episode six, there was an altercation with us in the car and you see that he didn’t, you know, restrain me or walk away,” Hazel E said. “He definitely engaged back with me in that car scene and dumped my purse all over the street. So you know, with my experience with him in that scene alone, I felt like you never defended yourself when you got your chain snatched or when you got hit in the back of your head. But you were ready to tussle with me in the vehicle. It raises an eyebrow for me.”


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