Mimi Faust Makes Racy Tape for Money, Not Ashamed of Scandalous Act

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By Tarun Mazumdar | April 17, 2014 8:21 AM EST

Mimi Faust is not ashamed for starring in a raunchy tape with boyfriend Nikko Smith. Reportedly, she is not at all worried about the controversies surrounding her shower sex video tape. As a matter of fact, she is letting her friends know that she is fine with the tape. Also, her agenda is clear she wants to make dollars out of the sex tape.

According to HollywoodLife.com, "Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta" star is ready to make money and her racy tape is just for the same. She mentions that she is not ashamed of her actions in front of the camera.

On April 14, the internet was flooded with screenshots of Mimi's sex tape with boyfriend Nikko Smith. The tape invited criticism from fans and co-stars from the reality show, but Mimi is repeatedly telling her friends that she is not worried.

"I was thinking about me and my family and doing it because I want to. Ain't no shame in this game here," revealed the source to HollywoodLife.com. They are shooting the video for a purpose which is grand.

Mimi and Nikko want to make a name in the industry and certainly they have grabbed the attention of many through this scandalous tape.

"Have you ever heard of Mimi Faust before her porn dropped? Exactly! Mimi is trying to make a name for herself and become relevant and she's riding this new wave of fame until it ends. No shade but she ain't ever been talked about like this by mainstream outlets."

People are making fun of the couple, but they are busy making money from the tape.

"Mimi has no shame, she and Nikko went in knowing what they were doing."

The source also told the Web site that Mimi and Nikko gave the tape to the highest bidder. Nikko Smith is a musician while Mimi Faust, mother of one, is a reality TV star. 

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