She just recently gave birth to her first child. Hazel-E, whose real name is Arica Adams, is a publicist-turned entrepreneur and rapper. She starred in the first two seasons before leaving for the third season. Hazel-E would later go on to still return in a supporting role for the third season and in in the fourth season, she was a main cast member once again. In the first season of the show, she was best friends and roommates with Teairra Mari.
Hazel-E on ‘Love & Hip Hop’
"Meet Our Heartbeat"
She appears as a supporting cast member in season three. Hazel-E is a publicist, brand consultant, entrepreneur and rapper, originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. The first season chronicles her ill-fated relationship with rapper Yung Berg , who she is in love with but he refuses to claim their relationship as anything more than casual sex. He later begins dating Masika , igniting a bitter feud between the two women that would last the rest of the series' run. After breaking her nose in Dubai and having a drink thrown in her face while filming season two , Hazel quit the series, comparing it to a "freak show". She would return in a minor supporting role towards the end of season three , once again coming face to face with Masika and reigniting their rivalry. Hazel rejoins the main cast in season four , entering a relationship with aspiring rapper Rose Burgundy and beginning what she calls "the Hazel-E stunt phase".
Post-‘Love & Hip Hop’ for Hazel-E
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