Go best friend, that our best friend! Tokyo Vanity is one of the newest cast members of VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, but she quickly made it clear that she is a force to be reckoned with. Tokyo made an enemy with fellow co-star Spice after Spice revealed that she went on a date with Toyko's boyfriend Tabius, and she definitely held her own during their arguments. But even though the ladies tried to put their differences aside during the cast trip to a dude ranch, they still continued to fight and things nearly got physical between them — again. Keep reading below to find out more about Tokyo and her feud with Spice.

Tokyo was already famous before LHHATL

At 23 years old, Tokyo is one of the youngest LHHATL stars but like most of her co-stars, she had been successful in the music industry before joinging the show. The New Orleans native went viral in 2015 for her hit song "That's My Best Friend," and the video currently has more than 21,000,000 views on YouTube.

Her man had a history of being unfaithful

Tokyo really liked Tabias, and since she is a virgin, she thought he might have been the one. But Tokyo couldn't trust Tabias after she found out that he had allegedly been sleeping with her friend and co-star Karlie Redd, and then she found out that he had been spotted out on a taco date with another woman while she was out of town. So when Tokyo found out that he went on a date with Spice, it really hit a nerve with her.

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She wants to move on from her beef with Spice

It seemed like Tokyo and Spice were able to squash things, but things went left when Tokyo called Spice "disrespectful" during a lunch on the ranch with the rest of the cast. Their co-star Rasheeda tried to ease things between them, but Tokyo called Spice a "b—h" and Spice got up to lunge at Tokyo — and security had to intervene.

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