'Love & Hip Hop' Star Moniece Slaughter Involved in Car Accident, Shares Shocking Story and Photos

Love & Hip Hop star Moniece Slaughter does not have any major injuries after she was involved in a car accident over the weekend. She talked about everything that happened on social media.

Who is Moniece Slaughter?

Slaughter was a main cast member on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood for the first five seasons. She was a supporting cast member in the recent sixth season of the show. Though a lot of storylines have been about her feuds with various cast members, her most prominent storyline deals with her co-parenting relationship with Lil Fizz.

Over the course of the show, there have been ups and downs in their co-parenting journey, The most recent season saw them at odds a lot because Lil Fizz started dating Apryl Jones, the ex of his B2K bandmate, Omarion.

Details about the car accident

While in Alabama visiting family members, she was involved in a car accident with some other members of her family. She said that she lost feeling in one of her arms but is beginning to gain it back. The reality star said she made the decision to not go with paramedics.

In a post on Instagram, Slaughter detailed exactly what happened. “I can’t believe I walked away from this accident,” she wrote. “Lost feeling in my left side from the airbags being deployed. I’m starting to feel it. My arm was hanging out of the window (window was down & my cigarette was lit). Airbag blew my arm back in the car. Left arm is swollen & cut up my left leg is inflamed. But God has yet again showed up and showed me favor.”

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I said I wasn’t going to do this. But now that the adrenaline has worn off. The shock is subsiding. I can’t believe I walked away from this accident. Lost feeling in my left side from the airbags being deployed. I’m starting to feel it. My arm was hanging out of the window (window was down & my cigarette was lit). Airbag blew my arm back in the car. Left arm is swollen & cut up my left leg is inflamed. But God has yet again showed up and showed me favor. I have a purpose and he’s not done with me yet. When I tell you today has been one hell of a day. But god makes no mistakes. I’m here in Huntsville AL visiting family. My dad got here yesterday. About 2-3min after the accident my aunt & uncle just so happened to be driving by. They saw my cousin @sirellington standing in the middle of the road & stopped. They made their way through the debris. My younger cousin @master_musician was in the front passenger seat. When I realized it was my family I fell apart. The driver that hit us ended up underneath someone’s house. They had to lift the house off its foundation and use the jaws of life to get them out of the car. Talk about divine intervention. I refused to go with paramedics so my aunt called my dad. He was there within what felt like a flash. Our family has had one hell of an emotional day. We were meeting our other cousins to grab something to eat. We got hit and spun out and ended up right in front of the restaurant. They heard the commotion. @briandthomas_ @julian_c_thomas I love you. More than I can put into words. I glance up for 1sec to ask how close we were to being with you. Before Sam could answer the question, we were spinning. It can all change in the blink of an eye. Hold on to God’s unchanging hand. For he will NEVER forsake you or leave you lonely. All praises to the most high for preserving my life. For keeping me. For loving me.

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She continued in part, “The driver that hit us ended up underneath someone’s house. They had to lift the house off its foundation and use the jaws of life to get them out of the car. Talk about divine intervention. I refused to go with paramedics so my aunt called my dad. He was there within what felt like a flash. Our family has had one hell of an emotional day.” 

Slaughter reflects on the situation

In another Instagram post, she confirmed to fans that she was back and her grandfather’s house and safe and sound. She also said that a drunk driver hit them.

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Back to my grandparent’s house. Safe. Sound. Blessed & highly favored. I’ve been discharged with minor bruising and swelling. I just saw this video & I’m in shock all over again. Like. How? We weren’t supposed to make it. “I wanna thank God for working way harder than Satan, he’s playing favorites…it feels amazing!” I legit can not believe that we all walked away. The inebriated driver that hit us, and her passenger weren’t as lucky. While they survived, they didn’t get to walk away. You guys HAVE GOT TO STOP DRINKING AND DRIVING. PLEASE. This is a CRAZY year for people all around the world. Never in a million years did I think that this would have been my reality & grim possibility when I boarded my flight to come see my family. I was so anxious to fly for the first time since the announcement of this global pandemic. I was worried about something that’s totally out of my control. The saying that we’re more likely to die in a car accident than we are in a plane crash has an all new meaning for me. This could have been ANYBODY. But it just so happened to be myself & my family. We didn’t see or hear the other car coming. God has given me no option but relinquish my need to constantly control my environment. I’m living on borrowed time. He said not yet. Spared me. And gave me another chance to live right. Do right. Be right. Talk right. Walk right. Another chance to be able to go home and be with my beautiful baby boy. To hold on tighter to my family. To my faith. God bless you all 🙏🏾

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The inebriated driver that hit us, and her passenger weren’t as lucky,” she said. “While they survived, they didn’t get to walk away. You guys HAVE GOT TO STOP DRINKING AND DRIVING. PLEASE. This is a CRAZY year for people all around the world. Never in a million years did I think that this would have been my reality & grim possibility when I boarded my flight to come see my family. I was so anxious to fly for the first time since the announcement of this global pandemic. I was worried about something that’s totally out of my control. The saying that we’re more likely to die in a car accident than we are in a plane crash has an all new meaning for me.”

Our thoughts go out to Slaughter and everyone else involved, hoping that they have a safe and speedy recovery.

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