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[REVIEW] “Love And Hip Hop Atlanta” S2E3: Diss Tracks, Candle Wax And He Wants His Ring Back?!

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Well, well, well, I told you this season was off to a slow start. And I was right.

But I also told you the drama was coming. And I was right, again.

This episode had me on the edge of my seat!

I saw candles fly, fists fly, and almost saw a wig fly!

So let me give you what you came here for…

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

I would like to say “Welcome Back” to Kirk and Rasheeda – thought we’d lost them there for a second. And even though last season ended with their storyline up in the air, they have returned with a bang!

Besides the fact that Rasheeda is pregnant (which will be revealed later), she has also grown a backbone and become much more outspoken. She and K. Michelle are still at each others’ necks (stemming from last season when she revealed to her one-time friend that she didn’t believe her domestic abuse claims).

Well, it all resurfaced at Mimi‘s house-warming party. The two ladies tried to play nice, but things took a turn for the worse and insults ensued.

Rasheeda: You need not worry about me and be worried about when those a** shots gonna fall to the floor with your fake a**… Wannabe Keyshia Coleslaw…

K. Michelle: You’re not a Georgia Peach, you’re a prune. I’m Rasheeda and I rap like Shawty Lo!

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

Then Rasheeda approaches K. Michelle, at which point a burning candle was tossed on her and she was kicked.

Sorry Rasheeda, but you’re “NOT ABOUT THAT LIFE!” You should’ve known better than to walk up on K. Michelle if you were not ready to strike. Girl bye!

(Hopefully Kirk comes to the rescue. I heard he’s a real street dude – in spite of the three earrings jokes and gay insinuation by K. Michelle).

I wish it didn’t have to be this way with these women.

But the show must go on…

(Credit: Sonia  Murray/CBS Local)

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

Karlie Redd is back as well. And she’s probably still sitting on Twitter responding to all the negative tweets about how she looks old.

She does look old; but the real story here is the diss track she made for K. Michelle. If you watched the show you heard a 15-second snippet, and it sounded pretty good with the little reggae twist.

I like Karlie Redd’s sound. BUT WAIT! I just had a good idea. Maybe she and Benzino should do a song together, Keke Wyatt and Avant style.

That would be… yep, but they probably won’t since he lied about sleeping with Joseline. Who does that?

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

(Credit: Sonia Murray/CBS Local)

Joseline is on top of the world right now. I had no clue she was just going to be a Spanish pop star. The whole song was in Spanish. The only thing I understood was… none of it! Not even her outfit.

But I did understand when she put her finger in Stevie‘s face and told him she wasn’t giving him any money until she sees her contract. Stevie had his Ike Turner thing going on. But I know he’s heated now that Joseline has gotten smart and gotten a lawyer and Mimi has moved out and gotten herself a man! *Three snaps!*

ki6 [REVIEW] Love And Hip Hop Atlanta S2E3: Diss Tracks, Candle Wax And He Wants His Ring Back?!

I’m upset with Lil Scrappy and Erica. In just two episodes I’ve fallen in love with them and now it’s gone. The engagement has been postponed, I believe. He asked for the ring back!

In Scrappy’s defense, Erica was out of line. She ruined the “truce” dinner by becoming irate and jumping up to fight Momma Dee.

Come on now. Everyone has wanted to smack their mother-in-law at one time or another. (Don’t lie.) But you must fight the temptation.

Then again, I can’t say that I blame her being that Scrappy revealed that Momma Dee brought Shay to the studio.

Who wouldn’t go off?! You wouldn’t go off if you found out your future mother-in-law was trying to sabotage your engagement?

Still, she did not have to attack Scrappy and call him a broke ni**a (among other names). Erica was wrong; especially because he has stepped up to the plate. I mean for Pete’s sake the crumb on her finger costed over $20,000!

I can’t deal.

I’m just ready for next week.

This show needs to come on TWICE a week. (It’s not like they have anything better to do).

Stay Tuned…

By: Nonie B.

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