High drama is in full effect on this week’s “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.” There were screaming and dreaming and it was big all the way around.
The immature ass plan that old, messy ass Karlie and delusional Sina hatched to trap Khadiyah picks right back up where it left off with Kay Dee trying to beat the hell out of Karlie for throwing a drink in her face. They lured her to the event so she can “face the real truth about her man.” Yea cause that was the right thing to do. Lyfe Jennings was there and after everything went down, he pulled Karlie aside to tell her about herself and she couldn’t say a damn thing. I mean, these two grown ass women should be very embarrassed of themselves.
Later, Kay Dee visits Joc to tell him what happened. He is taken a back about it then she drops the bomb on him what Sina said about her having a fake pregnancy. He doesn’t really have anything to say. She tells him that she is going to back off because of all the drama and he goes off on her, telling her that she needs to get the hell on and stop threatening to leave him. I understand where both of them are coming from here.
Then there is Margo and she is really getting annoying. I don’t know why she thought that talking to Joseline about Stevie J would work in her favor but it backfired in her face. She told her what happened with the photo shoot and asked her if she knew about it. Joseline says yes and blows up. “Somebody tries to help you out and you don’t want it.” Joseline goes from 0 to 100 and I totally agree with her here. She tells her to go someplace with “your old ass” while Margo walks out the door saying, “Tell your husband to pay me my ten g’s.”
The guys (Joc, Kirk, Tony and Scrappy) get together to update each other on what’s going on in their lives. This gathering causes Kirk and Tony to come up with the idea to have their wives meet as a way to mend their friendship.
At Bambi’s video showing Rasheeda shows up to meet with Tammy and sees Scrappy’s woman all over the artist Laudie,. It definitely looks like they are more than friends. Rasheeda is uncomfortable because “scrappy … that’s fam.” This bitch is obviously not in the relationship for love because all she keeps saying is what scrappy hasn’t done for her career. Rasheeda is not feeling it and does not hide the fact that she thinks it’s messed up.
So of course, the first chance she gets to tell Scrappy, she does while he and Kirk are in the studio. He literally can’t believe what he hears. He didn’t know anything about it and he ain’t with that “sucka shit.” Then Bambi shows up and he confronts her. He asks her what’s up with it. She expresses how she feels about him not being there for her and he pretty much tells her if she walks out door, not to come back.
Stevie is living up to his promise to Mimi to work with Tiffany Foxx. They all meet in the studio and he apologizes to her for the last time they were around each other. Tiffany says she’s cool, but wants to make sure that his wife is also cool. He says not to worry about her, this is his business and that’s that.
Still taking care of business, he later meets with Margo to go over her pictures from the shoot and it turns in to her demanding that he give her $10,000 and telling him that his wife needs therapy. Margo just needs to back to NY because she really isn’t fit to play the bad girl role.
The episode ends with Kirk and Tony “making it happen” by bringing their wives together (without them knowing) and it doesn’t really go over the well. It is very clear that Kalenna is on some shit. She’s a hater and is just too hype for no reason. The guys go get drinks and when they come back to the table, the two are in the middle of a rising argument that it ends with Tony taking Kalenna out of the restaurant.
Next week will be just as juicy.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta follows the lives of Atlanta’s hip-hop elite as they take on the trials and tribulations of juggling both their professional and personal lives…which often intersect and unravel for the whole world to see! After 3 seasons of ups and downs in both personal and professional pursuits, the cast of Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta have either learned from the ATL game of mixing business and pleasure, or are about to have the same game turned on them! With artists rising and falling, and families growing or being torn apart, the cast members are about to have their lives changed in ways they never imagined…for better or worse! Nothing is off limits as they explore the good, the bad, and sometimes even the naughty side of love, passion, fame, and hip-hop!
ATL’s hip-hop scene is ever evolving, and this season our cast is looking to continue to be on the cutting edge of what’s hot in this music mecca. The Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta ladies have evolved from aspirational artists and businesswomen into savvy entrepreneurs, mothers, wives, and lovers who still struggle to deal with all of the challenges their fast-paced lives throw at them. After seasons full of infidelity/deceit towards their female counterparts, the men of ATL are seriously about to learn what goes around DEFINITELY comes right back around! The substance abuse, infidelity, and legal issues affecting the male cast will no longer just be blog fodder; they will learn that karma is a “biznayee!”
Stevie J’s “Life Partner Gang” is back in full-force! After Mimi’s tumultuous breakup with Nikko, she is looking for the professional and personal redemption she needs post-sex tape. Mimi is concentrating on her and her daughter’s future, and is ready to profit from her autobiography Let’s Have Some Wine. However, Stevie’s support is not guaranteed, especially when he has to face the legal ramifications in his own life story!
Meanwhile, after the events that occurred in New York (at the Season 3 reunion), Joseline has taken a break from Atlanta for self-reflection. When Joseline returns to ATL, she may have to support Stevie through his personal/professional issues as Stevie plans to build his musical comeback, and leave his rockstar lifestyle behind to avoid jail time!
Just when Mimi thought she gotten rid of her ex-lover Nikko for good, he’s found a way to keep a foothold in her life by reminding her he’s attached to her upcoming book deal – demanding his 25% stake. Since his separation from Mimi, Nikko has reunited with his heretofore secret of a wife, Margeaux, who is making her debut this season. Margeaux is still trying to learn how to forgive her estranged husband for his involvement in the sex tape with Mimi and she has moved down to Atlanta to see if their marriage is worth salvaging. However, Margeaux is none-too-pleased to know Nikko is still dealing with Mimi – even if it’s not personal, but all business this time.
Scrappy returns this season seemingly comfortably settled in with girlfriend Bambi, and out of the dog house! This on-again, off-again, homie/lover/friend pair are looking to see if they can make it past the “Friendship, Promise, Love” ring stage of their relationship to something more lasting. Unlike Bambi, Erica Dixon is feuding with Scrappy over support of their daughter. Erica feels its time to hold Scrappy accountable, and goes after him with a vengeance! However, Scrappy has his own side of the story, protesting he’s not only financially responsible for his daughter, but he’s a great father and is tired of being made to look like a deadbeat dad. Aside from being the best father he can be, Scrappy is also fighting to prove himself as an artist as he looks to regain his status as a force on the Atlanta music scene. Ironically, Scrappy is feeling pressure from an unexpected source; his own mother, Momma Dee, who had her own surprise hit with her song debut, “I Deserve”.
Notorious for meddling in her son’s affairs, Momma Dee may be too wrapped up in her own love-life having reunited with her ex-husband, Ernest, who has spent the last seven years in prison. However, Momma Dee’s tumultuous and traumatic past with Ernest may be too much for Scrappy and his sister Jasmine to want to re-visit.
Rasheeda and Kirk’s personal life seems to be back on the right track until new secrets in come to the surface. Rasheeda is adamant on opening up her ImBossy/Poiz storefront in Atlanta and will no longer take Kirk’s refusal! However, with secret properties and a sexy new female artist named Ashley Nicole, Kirk may get tired of Rasheeda’s constant push back and go back to his old “I do me” type ways!
Singer/entrepreneur Karlie Redd is on the top of the world right now, re-fashioning herself as a triple threat, actress, businesswoman, and recording artist – she has a hit single (“Heartbreakers”), a blockbuster movie (Top Five), and is planning on opening a store for her cosmetic and lingerie lines. In the spirit of onwards and upwards, Karlie Redd is over her past high profile relationship with rapper Yung Joc, and is proudly “married to her checks” at the moment! Messy Karlie is about her business and is not afraid to burn any bridge that doesn’t lead to her success.
After a year of living in Atlanta, a very pregnant Kalenna is ready to pop out both her new album AND her baby in the next few months! However, Kalenna is plagued with anxiety about her music and baby coming out into the world, especially when her and her husband Tony Vick are in a financial crisis. Kalenna is struggling to finish her ‘Black Orchid’ album, and wants her “husband-ger” Tony to step it up to help her career! However, when Tony decides to invest their life savings in a club, and put Kalenna’s career on the back burner, Kalenna may be forced to choose between her marriage and her career.
Veteran rapper Yung Joc has learned the hard way about the ups and downs of hip-hop, and this year, the pendulum continues to swing for this ATL native and hip-hop scene fixture! Yung Joc’s arrangement with mother of his 1-year old twins Sina, and his current girlfriend, Khadiyah, is a disaster in the making! With a career to revive along with his brood of children, their mothers, and Khadiyah to provide for and keep satisfied, Joc has his plate extra full.
Also, with the additions of fashion entrepreneur PreMadonna (the owner of the world famous “Waist Gang Society” waist trainers), Joseline’s former stripper friend Jessica “Dimepiece”, and hip-hop star Tiffany Foxx, the veteran cast may be given a run for their money by the new girls in town! Jessica Dimepiece & Tiffany Foxx share a lot in common – both moved to Atlanta for a new beginning, both are rap artists, and both are determined to be on top. As Mimi attempts to represent both women on MF Management, Mimi will get caught in a rivalry between these two fierce and opinionated artists!