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Mimi Faust Opens Up About Shower Rod Sex Scene

Today’s the day! “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” stars Mimi Faust and Nikko London’s (corrected from Nikko Smith) sex tape “Mimi & Nikko Scandal In Atlanta” hit the the Internet (after selling $400,000 in pre-order sales) and the couple are speaking out about it.

Mimi and Nikko granted WSHH (the same site that had aired the steamy trailer) their first on-camera interview since the tape was leaked and in true Mimi fashion, she has some explicit words for her haters, “f*ck yall and ya’ll f*cking opinions about me and my motherf*cking life. Imma handle mine how I handle my sh*t.”

Lawd, she can cuss. 

“One day I will have to explain this to my daughter, she continued. “We’re two consenting adults and we didn’t do anything wrong.” If you’ve watched the “L&HHATL” super trailer (we have…several times) Stevie J, Mimi’s baby’s father, had a problem with the sex tape (like most), but Mimi and Nikko aren’t worried about his reaction to the raunchy video. And as for Joseline’s “granny porn” comment…Mimi didn’t feel like she needed to respond nor felt that her age was a factor.

If you opted out of seeing Mimi and Nikko do the horizontal mambo, there’s an infamous scene in the trailer where Mimi is hanging onto the shower rod while Nikko (for lack of better words) penetrated her.

“We decided to take a shower and I grabbed on to it to get more leverage,” she revealed. “It’s not just the rod, your partner has to be able to support your weight. I wasn’t just swinging from the rod.”

We’ll clearly. While we won’t judge Mimi for releasing her most private acts for the world to see, we don’t really have to be subjected to sit-down interviews where she curses at the camera again? or do we?

Watch the interview (and bonus sex scenes) over at WSHH…

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