Love & Hiphop’s Safaree & Erica’s Financials REVEALED . . . Cars & Jewelry Cost More Than Their House!

Love and hip-hop star Safaree Samuels has been sentenced by a family court to pay Erica Mena $4,300 a month in child support. But the judge also threw some tea on the couple’s finances, leading many to wonder what the heck they were doing, Media Take Out has learned.

According to court documents surfaced online, the judge ordered the aspiring rapper to pay Erica $4,305 a month in child support.

The 41-year-old “Burner” rapper married Erica in 2019. Erica filed for divorce in May 2021 after confirming he was cheating on her. The couple share two minor children, a daughter named Safire and a boy named Legend.

Erica also has a 15-year-old son, King Conde, from ex Raul Conde.

According to the court filings, Erica calls their marriage “irretrievably broken” and “no hope of reconciliation.” Erica reportedly caught Safaree cheating on her with multiple women and then pulled the plug on their marriage.

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She also told the court that she would not return the $500,000 that Safaree reportedly paid for her rings. The couple also reportedly had more than $250,000 worth of cars, another $200,000 worth of clothing, and about $500,000 worth of Safaree jewelry.

The “Love & Hip Hop” stars sold their married home near Atlanta for $1.2 million in June.

Sounds like crazy finances. How does Safaree Erica buy $500,000 in jewelry then live in a $1.2 million house?

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