Lil Scrappy Blasts Erica Dixon Over Visitation Rights

Entertainment | Camille Travis | 07/24/2015 | 01:30 PM EDT

'Love & Hip Hop Atlanta' stars go at it over visitation rights concerning their ten-year-old daughter

Former couple and "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" stars Lil Scrappy and Erica Dixon are having it out over visitation rights concerning their ten-year-old daughter, Emani, and the drama is spilling over onto social media.


Lil Scrappy aired out his feelings Thursday on Instagram with a post dedicated to his daughter. He wrote:


"#tbt I miss my daughter so much , I can't explain the pain , of having a kid that you can't see because the mom is petty an want me to be miserable, she's mad cause all the lies she told didn't work in court so she's hiding in a new house and hiding my daughter and acting like I threatened her and everyone was arguing at the reunion but she went and lied to the police and my daughter is hurting because of it and I can't do nothing but wait for the judge and people can ride for my daughters mom all day long but when it comes out about what she did and how she played with my lil ones summer and time with her dad you won't be any more God bless the strong father that takes care of his kids through all the bs , I love you Emani I'm praying everyday and I shed tears and miss sleep about you all the time, you are my gift from God."


Dixon fired back with a tweet of her own, stating: "Some of you people are really crazy!!! Check this, if a judge suspends your visitation who is keeping you from your child??"


Will the drama play out at the "LHHATL" reunion? We'll just have to wait and see.


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(Photos from Left: Taylor Hill/Getty Images, Don Juan Moore/Getty Images for GREY GOOSE)

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