Masika Kalysha
Masika Kalysha slammed allegations that she was making fun of miscarriages on Twitter. The TV personality is pictured attending the “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” premiere on Sept. 9, 2014 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images

“Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” may not be currently airing but there is plenty of drama going on in the lives of the cast members. VH1 star Masika Kalysha found herself in the middle of a controversy on Friday.

After tweeting about miscarriages, the reality star was confronted by the father of her child Fetty Wap’s on-again, off-again girlfriend Alexis Sky. In her tweets, Masika alluded that females love to fake miscarriages in order to gain attention from the media, something Sky took personally.

“No matter how many times you say that lie out loud sis, you’re not gonna convince anyone that it’s true. Poor peasant,” Masika tweeted, prompting Sky to accuse the star of trying to shame her after she suffered a miscarriage.

Fans also accused the star of shading “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Remy Ma who shared her miscarriage with show’s audience during a recent episode. The reality star denied shaming women and responded by writing a lengthy Instagram post.

“I haven’t watched LHHNY in over a month so I have no idea what's going on with who and I NEVER listen to interviews from attention seekers who constantly say my name for relevance, thus I literally have NO clue on earth what ‘shot’ I was supposedly throwing,” Masika wrote.

The reality star subtly accused Sky of playing the role of a victim and cropping out other tweets. Masika insisted that her tweets about miscarriages were a response to a fan who mentioned her in their post. “Moving forward, there’s NO WAY to miss this tweet sequence... oh wait... if you want to play victim then you would obviously crop the 1st one out... right,” she stated in her Instagram post.

“Amina, Tara, Yandy, and Masika are the only people to get pregnant from LHH and actually have their baby everyone else has a ‘miscarriage,’” a fan tweeted, which resulted in the star responding in a series of quotes that caused the controversy.

Masika has since deleted the Instagram post defending herself.