Mimi Faust, codename The Clean Up Woman, tells Street Disciplez Radio that her experience on ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ that her time on the reality show was “terrible.” Now where is your empathy?
Clutch Magazine — There wasn’t an episode of this show where everyone was happy at the same damn time. It was constant drama and fighting, and Stevie J faces. “I didn’t enjoy the experience because it was a surprise to me. [...] It was terrible, it was absolutely awful,” she said.
Although it seemed like Mimi was Stevie J’s biggest cheerleader on the show and sticking by her man through thick and thin, she says that wasn’t the case at all. “I didn’t stick with anything, that’s what people don’t know,” said Faust. “Because you guys saw us at the park doesn’t mean I stuck with him. That was me agreeing to go to counseling and me agreeing to sit down with him,” Mimi explained.
Mimi also said she was in the dark about what was going on, until it aired on television. The cast members also can’t speak to each other about their individual scenes, but it does happen. “I watched it unravel and unfold, just like everybody else. When I film and I tape, that’s the only thing I know what’s going on. They don’t tell us anything. They keep us in the complete dark.”