Maia Campbell from the 90’s show In The House has been struggling with her life for a long time now. She’s gone through a number of different arrests, she’s been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, and she’s lost custody of her child. She recently was filmed while she wasn’t in her right state of mind by a rapper in Atlanta who clearly stated that he didn’t care about her well-being. LL Cool J decided to take things into his own hands, and you’ll be surprised at what he has to say.
The guy who posted the video of Maia Campbell and her relapse isn’t very sorry for what he did. The video first popped up over the weekend on social media, and now it’s spreading everywhere.
Campbell is seen in the video talking about how she was going through some rough times, and she clearly wasn’t in her right mind at the time. Some fans thought the video shouldn’t have been posted in the first place, including another rapper.
Right after the video went viral, a rapper named T-Hood said that he shared the video, and he couldn’t care less about Campbell and her troubles. “Y’all n***as would not be mad if I posted a white girl… If I would have ran into muthaf***king Hillary Duff, Lizzy McGuire and she was asking for crack and sucking d**k at the gas station for money for crack I would have posted her too,” he ranted on Instagram.
“Just because she was a black actress from back in the day, who we already know from Redan. She been on the block for years. We been knew this b**ch. She been doing dumb sh*t. Went in the industry got geek up f**ked all in the streets. N***as sent her back to Atlanta and she got geeked up some more. This ain’t no mental disorder, this b**ch is just high as f**k,” he continued.
One of the reasons this seems pretty shady is the fact that after she was a star on the 90’s sitcom In The House, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. She even had a child and lost custody because of her conditions. In her years, she has been arrested for drug posession, prostitution, and disorderly conduct.
Right after he saw the video, rapper LL Cool J took to Twitter and tweeted, “Instead of pulling out your phone and filming someone who’s obviously having trouble. Maybe lend a helping hand? A kind word? @MaiaCampbell.”