Watch Safaree Throw Chair and Hit Himself in the Head on 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta'

On a recent episode of 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,' Safaree stormed out of an argument by throwing a chair that ended up hitting him on the back of his head.

On a recent episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Safaree stormed out of a heated argument by throwing a chair that ended up hitting him on the back of his head.

A clip of the moment, which came after he got into an argument with one of his fellow cast members about his co-parenting relationship with Erica Mena, began to circulate on Twitter this week. Safaree can be seen playing a card game during the tense situation, and appeared to snap after the conversation refused to let up. That’s when he stood up, picked up his chair and threw it. But instead of throwing the chair ahead of himself, he somehow managed to strike himself in the back of his head.

Safaree busts himself in the back of the head with the chair as he made his dramatic exit. I cackled 🧐😆😂🤣🤣🤣😩💀#LHHATL

— Jenifer (@Jenifer72906731) September 27, 2022

As reported by XXL, the reality star’s outburst happened after he questioned whether he was the biological father of one of his children with Mena. “I’m like, why the baby ain’t got my goatee yet,” he joked. “Where his muscles at? You know what I’m saying?”

Safaree’s fellow cast member, Mendeecees Harris, highlighted that Rich Dollaz, who was also playing the card game, had been involved with Mena in the past, too. He said Dollaz doesn’t have a goatee, and suggested that he could be the true biological father.

Safaree welcomed his second child with Mena last year shortly after their divorce. At one point, Mena alleged that he wasn’t present when their child was born, though Safaree shot down the allegations that he’s a “dead beat” dad. “I don’t wAnt a Treat for being with my kids but don’t act like I’m not with my kids becuz y’all don’t see it," he wrote on Twitter last year. "My kids live in a mansion and that’s because of me! I’m with them all the time!”

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