'Love and Hip Hop' Erica Dixon Moves on From Li'l Scrappy With Married Man? (PHOTO)

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    (PHOTO/Erica Dixon) Twitter: @HelloBeautiful
    Erica Dixon rumored to be dating a married man
By Benge Nsenduluka, CP Reporter
July 27, 2012|12:06 pm

"Love and Hip Hop" star Erica Dixon recently confirmed that she has moved on from her baby's father Lil' Scrappy, but new reports suggest that her rumored new boyfriend is married to another woman.

Dixon recently tweeted an intimate photograph of herself alongside an unidentified male which immediately raised questions about her relationship status. One of her 127,000 Twitter followers sent her a tweet which read "you'll find better boo" to which the reality star reportedly responded "already have."

The intimate photograph of Dixon and the man presumably upset his alleged wife, who claims that she was in "in great shock" after seeing the photo because she only recently married the man who can be seen pressing his face up against Dixon's and holding her closely.

The scandal follows ongoing drama that Dixon has faced in recent weeks involving her ex-boyfriend Lil Scrappy, whose real name is Darryl Kevin Richardson II, on the hit Vh1 reality TV show.

The pair, who has dated on-and-off for several years, finally ended their relationship on Monday night's episode. Li'l Scrappy appears to have already moved on with his long time friend Shay Johnson and Dixon recently said that she does not believe that the relationship is genuine.

"I don't care, it's their relationship. Watching the show now it's like all the conversations they have is about me. I don't really care about her. I still think they are just friends and it's all for attention because it doesn't seem real to me. It may very well be, but again I know Scrappy and I don't feel like it's real on Shay's part, more like a publicity stunt," Dixon told Examiner.com.

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Dixon, who has a 7-year-old daughter with Li'l Scrappy, says that she is glad that their relationship is over and insists that there is no hope for a rekindled romance.

"We have always been better friends. Even before we decided to be in a relationship we were the best of friends first. On a good note it is much healthier, because the back and forth drives me crazy," Dixon said.

"There was no growth, there was no maturity and growth period. If you are going to be with someone you have to grow together and if that's not possible then the relationship will not work. You both have to be willing to grow ... there's no future for me and Scrappy," she added.

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