'LHHATL' fans slam Yandy Smith for saying foster daughter Inifinity is 'disturbing' her peace

Fans also questioned how Yandy's behavior towards Infinity is in total contrast with her activism for Black Lives Matter and empowerment of Blacks


                            'LHHATL' fans slam Yandy Smith for saying foster daughter Inifinity is 'disturbing' her peace
'LHHATL' star Yandy Smith Harris and husband Mendeecees Harris (Photo by Frederick M Brown/Getty Images)

Yandy Smith-Harris, the fan-favorite cast member of 'Love & Hip Hop' franchise is quickly becoming one of the most despised cast members of the show. When Yandy decided to foster Infinity and took her in, fans couldn't stop showering praises upon the reality star. 

Yandy even fought with her co-stars over Infinity. Yandy's fostering coupled with her Black Lives Matter activism and her prisons reform advocacy made her one of the most beloved stars of the show. However, ever since Yandy moved to Atlanta and began starring on 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta', fans are witnessing a side of her that they never saw before and they are not very pleased with it. 

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Yandy Smith's foster daughter Infinity on 'LHHATL' (VH1)

 

After Yandy's husband, Mendeecees Harris was released from prison, the couple decided to leave New York and move to Atlanta for a fresh start. So they packed up everything and happily moved to Atlanta and turned a new chapter in their life. However, they left their foster daughter Infinity behind, as Yandy and she were not on good terms. Yandy was upset over Infinity seeing a man she prohibited her from seeing. But when Infinity continued to be with that man, Yandy got upset and threw Infinity out of her home.

Infinity was upset with Yandy's behavior and took to her social media to air out Yandy's dirty laundry to the world, she even revealed that she would soon be releasing a tell-all about 'LHHATL' star. This didn't sit well with Mendeecees and Yandy, who felt that Infinity was creating a lot of issues for their family. On the recently aired episode of 'LHHATL', Yandy even declared that Infinity was 'disturbing her peace'.

Fans slammed Yandy and Mendeecess for their behavior towards Infinity. A fan tweeted, "Yandy and Mendeces treating that girl like she is some doll they can throw away. #LHHATL." Another fan wrote, "Did Yandy really say "disburb my piece" ?? You trying to re-home and ultimately abandon a child that you took in that looks to you to be her mother !!#LHHATL." 



 



 

'LHHATL' star Yandy Smith-Harris (VH1)

 

Many fans also pointed out that Yandy was just creating problems with Infinity as Mendeecees wasn't keen on taking in their foster child. A fan commented, "#LHHATL #LoveandHipHop Yandy you only feel your peace is disturbed because Mendeecee said so...AND THAT'S JUST ON PERIOD!" "The way Yandy gives off “whatever keeps my man happy” energy w/o giving a damn about anybody else. She can go too. #LHHATL," added a fan. "Yandy.. go to hell. Bc your husband doesn’t want her living with y’all she’s disturbing your peace? Just admit you don’t wanna make him out to be the “bad guy” #LHHATL," pointed a fan.



 



 



 

'LHHATL' star Mendeecees Harris (VH1)

 

Fans also questioned how Yandy's behavior towards Infinity is in total contrast with her activism for Black Lives Matter (BLM) and empowerment of Blacks. A fan expressed, "#LHHATL yandy how she out here fighting for BLM and not fighting for infinity... girl bye charity starts at home." "Like she is sobbing to the producers while Yandy is talking about "protecting her peace" and Mendeecees couldn't be bothered. Isn't she supposed to be an "activist" now treating a young Black girl like this? #LHHATL," seconded a fan.



 



 

 

'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' Season 10 airs every Monday at 8/7c on VH1. 

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