Love & Hip Hop Atlanta
I like when Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta launches into a new episode without pretense. Last night, we went straight to the drink throwing—in this case, Karlie Redd aiming her presumably mango Myx moscato chased with Diddy-flavored vodka at Khadiyah—and security stepping in before a full-fledged brawl erupted. Khadiyah says it was water, but I like my version better. Anyhow, as Sina and Karlie Redd chuckled about playing with Khadiyah’s emotions, Karlie Redd’s new boo thang, Lyfe Jennings, was not as amused. He pulled her to the side to remind her “I got legal situations,” thus if she were to get into altercation and he would have to jump in, that places him in a precarious position.
Love is your man letting you know that he’s on papers. So it’s probably not a great idea to intentionally put him at risk of needing to throw hands and subsequently get his ass tossed back in prison. Are you as touched as I am right now?
As far Khadiyah, she met Yung Joc at the studio to deliver the same damn speech we’ve been hearing far too many times in a single season. I swear Khadiyah is the first and second Keyshia Cole albums on loop. Fed up with her speeches, Joc told Khadiyah, “Fuck you.” Yo, if a man you already feel mistreats you tells you that, you’ve really got to move the hell on.
May the Lord be with Khadiyah and all her future endeavors, but I’m tired of this relationship and I’m not even in it.
Later on, Joc stopped by Karlie Redd’s store (which she once again noted was featured on “CNN News”) and told her to leave Khadiyah alone. Oh, and his baby mama Sina, who Karlie said is a new friend. Joc then tried to look at Karlie’s ass, which just goes to show he’s content living his life as a southern rap version of HBO’s Big Love.
Keeping with the theme of doing the most, Joseline popped off on Margeaux for not appreciating Stevie J’s offer to appear on the cover of his magazine (although it came at the expense of Margeaux’s estranged husband Nikko’s ego). As Margeaux walked away—thinking she was cute—Joseline had one final request: “Take the wedgie out of your ass.” Joseline is so good at this and only improves with time.
By the way, Margeaux dresses like Smurfette at the strip club or Judy Jetson’s Black friend from the projects with style and dreams of rap stardom. I needed to get that out. I feel better now.
Another thing about Margeaux is she’s also not as shrewd a businesswoman as she fancies herself to be. Margeaux, if you do a photo shoot, shouldn’t you have already agreed to a rate and other terms? Like, you want to position yourself as the reasonable one on this great mess of a TV show, but you’re married to Nikko. Case dismissed.
Although I’d rather not, we have to discuss the Rasheeda portions of the show. For starters, she met with Tammy, who apparently is just going to be here for a while, at the viewing party for the video Bambi made a cameo in. Before they pretended to support The Bam, they gossiped about Kaleena. Tammy tells Rasheeda that she wanted to know the “snake bitch” she was dealing with, meaning Kaleena. You see, Tammy’s had this intel about Kaleena for so many years, but only decided to tell Rasheeda once she had a problem with Kaleena. Friendship is beautiful, isn’t it?
Read the rest at Complex.