[REVIEW] “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” S2E11: Unbreakable Bonds
This review is dedicated to the fact that while this cast is crazy, they ride for each other.
There is a bond that can’t be broken.
These two ladies have finally made up. K said she was just very upset to see Mimi repeat her relationship patterns. And since we all know K is not a woman of many words, she just lashes out in anger.
But since these two apologized to one another it struck me: These girls are not like the NY cast.
Maybe it’s because we’re down south and New York is more rugged and cut throat, but there is something about the interactions of this cast that seem genuine.
I really like how they always try to reconcile. Even after the fights and drinks being thrown and who’s sleeping with who’s man – they’re cordial. That’s all we can ask for, right?
So once again I’m proud of K. Michelle. I wish her the best in NY.
Now – please have Traci Steele and Baby Drew exit stage left. Thanks, but no thanks!
We don’t care about their relationship neither do we care about who she’s dating or her friendship with Shay and playing middleman with Erica. It’s all irrelevant. And the fact that this show has sent her on a date with some muscle-bound clown that she’s clearly not feeling is just wasting my cable bill money. Just let them go. (Oh and Baby Drew is a bad actor!)
While you’re at it, let Shay go too! (Though we heard she’s on the next season with Jody Breeze as her love interest. That’s stupid! Who is he? Cancel that like Nino Brown! I have a few new people in mind for you Mona!)
Alright, time for the turn-up!
Joseline is ready to jump the broom with Stevie J! She even went to K. Michelle for advice being that she has gone through a similar situation. (Being in a relationship with a man who’s her manager/who has her career in his hands).
And K gave her great advice:
“I went from having everything and driving anything to not having a place to stay.”
“If you’re in love, be in love, there’s nothing more beautiful. But don’t get hurt. And don’t be a fool. And don’t mess up your career.”
Well, Stevie J finally told Joseline he loves her. AND he also said to just give him a little time and he’ll marry her.
(So could the marriage in Puerto Rico be true?!)
She said she just wants the world to know she’s not the other woman and has never been!
Trust me Joseline, I told them. And after all that they’ve been through- I don’t want to remind her – she’s still standing by him. That drama didn’t break them. And I’m kind of excited to see what’s next for these two.
Now I’m turning the page from positive because I saw the foolery of the season.
Bobby V thinks he’s the Hugh Hefner of Atlanta!
No married man – CORRECTION – no decent man should be hanging out with him. (But he does throw great parties – from what I heard. LOL!)
So they get to the cabin and there are tramps everywhere. They’re playing strip truth or dare or something. Women on women action was everywhere. I saw naked women all on Kirk and Benzino.
CORRECTION again – Kirk had two naked women on him!
Child, I can only shake my head. I hope this bond with Rasheeda is unbreakable or Kirk will be broke. And Benzino is on the sidelines playing his violin and crying about how Kirk should do the right thing.
(Thanks for bringing me to the candy store and asking me not to touch!)
But did you guys see the scene at the end when “Kirk” disappeared into a room with two chicks? That wasn’t Kirk. That was the old guy from the first jacuzzi scene. (Mona is messy honey!)
Well Lil Scrappy is home now from doing his 30 days in rehab, and he’s doing great!