Hellobeautiful Featured Video
'Furious 7' - Los Angeles Premiere

Source: Steve Granitz / Getty

A few days ago, Erica Mena took to social media to express the tragic news of her miscarriage. Naturally, the star was greeted with well wishes and prayers.

MUST READ: Ne-Yo’s Fiancée Drops Proposal Video & Blinds Everyone With Her Huge Ring

Mena posted an emotional message on Instagram that was later taken down. But she also tweeted the following:

Clearly, Mena felt like she had been carrying a huge weight on her shoulders and wanted to share her story. Bow Wow, however, did not feel like this was a good idea at all. The Shade Room’s Instagram revealed the upset star’s views, which were caught on video:

Basically, Bow Wow says that Mena sharing her story is, “5 months late” and that it’s “attention-seeking.” We can understand the reality of not wanting to share your personal business on social media, as Bow Wow discusses. But what I don’t understand is how you then go and do the exact same thing publicly.

Perhaps Mena was looking for support during her healing process. Moreover, if we’re getting really real here, the biological relationship that Mena probably felt with her unborn child is something that Bow Wow cannot understand.

Thank you for your story Mena and we hope you are healing. You too, Bow Wow, even though we don’t agree with you here.


Erica Mena Suffers Miscarriage

Bow Wow And Erica Mena Are Moving Out Of His Mom’s Basement

For 2024’s iteration of MadameNoire and HelloBeautiful’s annual series Women to Know, we knew we wanted to celebrate the people who help make the joys of film and television possible. To create art is to create magic. This year, we spotlight Hollywood Executive’s changing the face of cinema.