Ray J and Princess Love might have just said ‘I do’ to each other, but Moniece Slaughter believes the couple won’t last very long.

On Friday, TMZ released a video that showed the West Coast native talking about her two“Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood” co-stars and based on her prediction, their marriage will be over relatively soon. “I give them two years tops,” she said. “Two years and a baby.”

Afterward, Slaughter confirmed that she wasn’t invited to the wedding but wouldn’t have gone if asked. If you’ve watched “Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood,” then you might be aware that the young mom and Ray J were involved before Love came around, and it’s caused a great deal of beef between the two women.

In fact, they’ve gotten physical with each other, after Slaughter threw a drink on Love while defending  her friend Teairra Mari. Then in March, the brand new bride tore into Slaughter during an interview with The Hollywood Unlocked, and it didn’t seem like she held back.

“You’re a bitter b----,” said Love. “And that’s why God will never bless you, and a man will never want you, because you’re so bitter and so hateful and you’re always in someone else’s business. Let a dude put a ring on your finger. Try to keep a man for longer than six months and then come holler at me.”

There was also more drama between the ladies, because after they fought Slaughter took to Twitter and slammed Love for talking about her son Kameron. “I threw my drink on Princess, because she came at TT. She actually verbally attacked me, and when I fired back she talked about my son,” wrote the California native.

Some might say that Slaughter’s bitter history with Love has something to do with her opinion about her marriage to Ray J being over in two years. Or, it could be the fact that she believes the “Sexy Can I” singer is unable to be in a monogamous relationship. “I think he’ll try to remain [faithful,] but people are who they are,” she said.

According to VH1, Ray J and his new bride got married at the Vibiana in Los Angeles and guest included The Game, music industry insider Karen Civil and singer Anthony Hamilton. The actual date of the wedding was on Aug. 12, 2016.