Mimi Faust and Nikko Smith Sex Tape Scandal: Erica Dixon Thinks ‘It was a Very Selfish Act’

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By Tarun Mazumdar | May 6, 2014 9:01 AM EST

Mimi Faust and Nikko Smith's debut and perhaps the only sex tape has generated a lot of discussion in Tinsel Town. Reactions have been coming from all sides with Joseline Hernandez going berserk about how bad the video is while Benzino taking a neutral stand. Now, co-star from "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" and buddy Erica Dixon have shared her opinion about Mimi Faust's racy video with boyfriend Nikko Smith.

Erica talked to Hello Beautiful and revealed she was "just disappointed" with Mimi and Nikko's sex tape.

She mentioned that she didn't quite like the video.

"I think it was a very selfish act. Mimi's her own person and makes her own decisions and she has to live with them not me."

While she has warned Mimi about not making a tape, which can get into wrong hands, now Erica has decided to support her friend and be by her side.

"I am just going to support her because know a lot of negativity is going to come behind it. I'm there if she needs me," said Erica Dixon to Hello Beautiful.

Wetpaint points out that Mimi's sex tape have gotten her a lot of criticism. "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" star Joseline Hernandez took to Instagram and shared her views about Mimi and Nikko's tape.

"If you going to f- on camera, at least be a freak not a boring 45 year ol lady. What they got this hoe under. Granny porn?" posted Joseline about the tape titled "Mimi & Nikko: Scandal in Atlanta." Mimi's ex-boyfriend and father of their daughter, Stevie J. stated that he would do anything and ready to take the legal route for three-year-old Eva.

Meanwhile, another co-star from the VH1 reality show, Benzino said that the only person to judge Mimi's actions is God.

"Love and Hip Hop Atlanta" Season 3 starts Monday, May 5 on VH1. 

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