Masika Kalysha from Love & Hip Hop Hollywood is going viral today, for wearing a very graphically explicit outfit to the club last night. Some like the sexy outfit, and others think it’s inappropriate to wear out in public.
Masika was out last might at Poppy Nightclub in Los Angeles with a mystery man, who is believed to be her new boyfriend.
She wore an outfit that showed just about all of her breasts.
Masika Kalysha is best known for her role in the popular reality show ‘Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood’. But besides reality shows and television serials, she’s a popular Instagram model and has appeared in music videos.
Her claim to fame is her own life story with rapper, Fatty Wap, and her single motherhood. After a turbulent relationship, which produced a daughter together, she has endeavored to get on in life and inspired single mothers to give them the strength to face the world.
Masika recently gave voice to her opinions on rapper Meek Mill‘s protest against women wearing lace-front wigs.
The Philadelphia artist went on a Twitter rant on Monday, Jan. 7, to let social media know he was fed up with individuals not wearing their natural hair.
“Lace front wigs are wackkkk! I’m protesting them,” Meek tweeted. “I just hate when you see that lace cap line in front all slicked down and the net in the middle. We letting y’all have everything else …. ask y’all man how he feel lol.”
The “GHHATL” actress took to her Instagram account on Tuesday, Jan. 8, and responded to Meek’s wig beef.
She captioned the video, “Dear @meekmill 😂😂” and says in the recording, “All right, Meek, I just got off a serious conference call with the wig-wearing community, and we’ve come to a compromise. We will stop wearing laces when you stop screaming at us.”
Kalysha posted a second video of herself with her natural hair and no makeup. She added that men claim they want a natural woman but will cheat on her with a woman who wears wigs all the time.
“No make up, no wig weave, no lashes… ni**as say they want this but will cheat on yo natural ass with wigsheeka,” she wrote.
Written By: Lyndon Abioye