Safaree Apologizes To Erica “For Everything” 😩 VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition

Safaree Apologizes To Erica “For Everything” 😩 VH1 Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition

Safaree apologizes to Erica for “everything he’s done to hurt her” and the two have an emotional breakthrough 💔


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59 Responses

  1. Sha’rya George says:

    So you wait until she’s ready to leave for you to apologize. They wait until they realize she doesn’t need them for them to apologize.

  2. Soulful Savage says:

    The thing about a repeat offender, the word “sorry” is taken extremely lightly. Changed behavior will ALWAYS be the best apology. We have all suffered our fair share of trauma, mistakes & vices – but I believe they need to both heal individually. If it’s organic? It’ll come right back together in divine timing. I’m not going to bash safaree or Erica because no one can judge the next at all, but I hope they can move in a positive healthy co parenting situation for their children. People will always have to answer to the choices they make. I hope they evolve.

  3. Soulful Savage says:

    It seems as though she’s slowly but surely getting over all the Bs he’s brought to her door step & I’m here for it. He apologized good for you but an apology doesn’t erase pain. Changed behavior is the best form of any apology. For their children, I hope they co-parent in a healthy, lovely way so that their children can learn healthy family values. All you can do evolve.

    • BlackRoseLuv says:


    • Ramia Hubbard says:

      That’s actually very well said.. I personally have done some things I’m not proud of and the ones I hurt keep saying I haven’t changed and I’m like I said I’m sorry. But the way you put I never looked at it that way. Thanks for the enlightenment.💡

    • Chrissie Carpenter says:

      I wholeheartedly agree with everything u said, as far as his apology, u hafta start somewhere, and saying that ur sorry is starting on the right path. Now he needs to man up and show her he means it by changing his actions/behavior. I feel like he expects the words to magically fix everything, but it doesn’t work like that, not even close. I pray he is able to follow his words with the correct actions to make things right between them, but if not, hopefully they can get to a healthy enough place where they can successfully co-parent. Because at the end of the day, Safire and Legend are the ones that are suffering the most.

    • gemma brackeen says:

      Well said!

    • Lynda says:

      Love this comment!

  4. Jessica Johnson says:

    I’ve never seen him cry. Must be the liquor.

  5. Mercelin Gawanas says:

    If Erica knows what’s good for her, she will forgive this man and never take him back.

    • LovelyRose says:

      @g wicked the king you keep asking everyone “do they know what’s good for her .” as if you know either of these people in person 😂. You don’t know Erica or Safree . Your on the outside looking in just like the REST of us. So act accordingly and stop tryna shut down others peoples options . Everybody has a RIGHT to say how they feel about this situation , just like you . I just don’t like how you keep shooting down others peoples options like yours is valid or something

    • Sam Smith says:

      Too late she already did 🤣

    • Bubba-lix-ious Janae says:


    • James says:

      I thinkshe should take him back ..Marriage is hard….sometimes we men are stupid and dont act right until we are close to losing what we love…this might be the wake up call he needs…

    • Porsche Randolph says:

      @Britney Brit your comment hit me, because I went through the same thing with my parents! Before they even got married they were toxic for each other…. unfortunately as I got older I started to see the toxicity in the relationship/marriage the cheating, the leaving each other moving in and out ..the drunkenness because they Hated each other but stayed together, the verbal and physical abuse! I was twelve when I first spoke out about the cheating and I was bashed my Them for it and I never spoke up again….even today at 31 I still battle anxiety and depression…..I’ve never seen a positive relationship and emotionally I’m fucked up….but I’ve been in therapy on and off since I was 14 and it does help. But as far as Erica and safaree she need to forgive for her own mental and move on for her kids and her sake/mental.

  6. Mrs Ruiz says:

    I wanna feel his sincerity, but his actions need to be much louder than the disrespect he subjected her and their kids to.

  7. Lovely Sweetz says:

    Don’t do it Erica, heal yourself.

  8. J M says:

    Manipulation King… those tears were for him , not here. He likes the idea of a relationship but he doesn’t actually want to be in a relationship. He’s using her as a coping mechanism to get over whatever it is in his life…. But that’s not fair to her or the kids. People like this will emotionally use you and then once they feel better again will move on w/ life. The best thing for her to do is to set up boundaries and coparent

  9. Monique_danniGirl says:

    Counseling is a MUST for Black Men. Alot of times we have grown men who don’t have any Male accountability roles in their lives.

    • Mexican Goddess says:

      Councling is a must for EVERYBODY !!! 👏🏽

    • Oma Albert says:

      Marrying a man who’s accountable to no one is dangerous .

    • Colleen Harrison says:

      @Kamukamu Sports you’re able to say “us blacks” but you don’t want us saying “you people”? No honey you don’t get to pick and choose. People get to speak for people when it comes to generalized topics. If you don’t want to be segregated anymore and you want equal treatment, why use the words that you used but continue to get mad at people for using the phrases they use? Please make it make sense. Stop the hypocrisy.

    • Chocolate Drop says:

      Definitely agree with you Monique because I have been going through it with my husband for 12 years and us talking and going to counseling is helping. I realize that my husband didn’t have a male role model growing up and is learning and growing day by day!

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  10. Nu Mindframe says:

    The word narcissist may be overused on the internet but Safaree definitely seems like one. He’s only sorry when she’s feeling stronger and ready to move on. But he had no tears and sympathy when he was breaking her down when she was most vulnerable. That’s exactly how narcissists operate. They get vicious when you’re at your lowest and want your sympathy later to regain control over you. I hope she forgives and doesn’t take him back

    • TheUnstopableForce101 says:

      Erica is a Saint to you?

    • Nu Mindframe says:

      @TheUnstopableForce101 Yes I definitely said that in my comment. Re-read it and you’ll see I said that exact thing.

    • TheUnstopableForce101 says:

      @Nu Mindframe all the girls are bashing and blaming bm for everything. You think hatred in their heart is a good thing?

    • James says:

      I hear you….and I partly agree. However, i think the best apology is a changed behaviour. I think she should give him a second chance. Marriage is not easy. This might just be the wake up call he needed….he is close to losing his family…sometimes we men are so stupid that that is what it takes for us to wake up and act right…LOL

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