Safaree is enjoying church and bananas with his and Erica Mena’s kids. The Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta (LHHATL) star recently shared pictures from his weekend with the kids.
Safire Majesty and Legend Brian attended church with their dad this past Sunday. Safaree tried to get his little ones to focus for a picture. Legend and Safire, however, were not interested in taking the candid.
“Took them to church and this pretty much sums up what I had to deal with in the house of the lord,” Safaree told his social media fans. “That’s what you get,” one supporter mused. Another fan said, “Keep going. Eventually, it will become a habit and they will get used to it. In the diaper bag, you gotta pack the snacks and juice boxes. Then have one to two toys that don’t make noise.”
Safaree and Erica Mena are navigating the path of co-parenting since ending their marriage of two years. The LHHATL stars finalized their divorce after separating last year. Some aspects of Erica and Safaree’s road to marriage dissolution were featured during recent episodes of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta.
In one segment, Erica was reduced to tears as she learned how much Safaree would pay her per month for child support. Mena accused her ex of making her a single mother twice during the reunion segment of LHHATL.
“With my first son, because I has to hustle so much, I sacrificed so much time away from my firstborn and I’m still trying to make it up to this day,” Erica revealed. “And this is stuff that I’ve confessed and been vulnerable to him about,” she added. “That’s why it’s weird that he knows the traumatic experience I’ve had of being a single mother once, and then he turns around and makes me a single mother twice.”
Safaree told his fellow cast members that he was in pain because of the demise of his marriage. Erica, however, reminded viewers of how she was alone while married after giving birth to their son last year.
“I was in the hospital bed with this man’s son. That man didn’t care if I made it through that pregnancy,” Erica shared. “That man didn’t care if I made it through that labor. I really have fought through some dark times.”
Legend Brian Samuels celebrated his first birthday in June. Safire Majesty turns three years old in February.