Mimi Faust dropped a bombshell on fans and “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” cast mates alike when she revealed that she’s now dating a woman, Chris Gould, on Monday’s 5th season premiere. Fans have had a lot to say about the new relationship, but what does Faust’s famous ex-boyfriend, Stevie J, think about it? Well, reports are saying that he isn’t happy about the union.
According to media reports, Stevie has told the press that he doesn’t approve of Faust’s romance with Gould and that he doesn’t want their young daughter, Eva, raised in a lesbian household. The reports say that Stevie wants his daughter raised by a mom and a dad, not two moms.
The reports also claim that Stevie thinks that Faust only got together with Gould because she needed a new interesting storyline for the new season of “LHHA.” The reports claim that Stevie doesn’t have any plans on taking any legal action against Faust over their daughter, but he is confident that he can convince Faust to see things his way and keep Eva away from her relationship with Gould.
Despite the reports, Stevie hasn’t given any public statements or quotes on his thoughts about Faust’s relationship. And considering his relationship with Joseline Hernandez, who is openly bisexual, we’re hesitant to believe that Stevie would have a problem with Faust being with a woman.
However, Gould recently spoke about her relationship with Faust and explained that seeing a bit of Faust’s relationship history on TV with Stevie, as well as her other ex-boyfriend, Nikko, made her hesitant to involve herself in Faust’s complicated love life.
“I definitely didn’t want to get involved with that stuff,” Gould said, before adding, “You go in with one thought process and then you get to know somebody and then it kind of comes with the territory. But hell yeah, nobody wanted to deal with that craziness at all.”
Despite her initial hesitance, it seems like Gould has no plans of leaving Faust’s side, as she explained why she decided to join “LHHA” with her.
“They asked if I wanted to do the show and I was like, ‘Yeah and tell the whole world that’s my woman.’ That’s the gist of it. I was down for it because I don’t think anybody’s ever seen somebody like me on TV,” Gould said.
Well, we’re definitely interested to see how Gould and Stevie will interact on camera and we’re interested to hear what Stevie really thinks about Faust’s lesbian relationship.