Friends, Romans, and country niggas, lend me your ears. There’s finally a lead on one of life’s most challenging questions — Who is desperate enough to give Yung Joc some ass in exchange for an all-access pass at Birthday Bash 19?
Well, you can go ahead and pay your cable bill balance in full now. As we previously reported, ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’ returns on May 5th at 8PM ET/PT.
Moments from the extended trailer include Kirk taking a secret paternity test to determine if he is the father of Rasheeda‘s baby boy, Joseline and Stevie J settling in their lavish new home, Waka Flocka Flame‘s fiancé Tami becoming acquainted with the crew, Karlie Redd‘s new romance with Yung Joc, the aftermath from Mimi and Niko filming a sex tape, Lil Scrappy‘s complicated bachelor life, and Benzino being shot.
One of the main benefits (okay, only) of choosing not to swallow is being able to take cute baby bump pictures like Amina Buddafly does while spending her days on Instagram until the new season of ‘Love & Hip Hop Damn Atlanta Not Back Yet, Who Are These Niggas?’ starts filming.
I’m sure she has a baby registry at Target or Burlington Coat so I personally challenge you all to be good sports. Buy her a gift and write it off as charitable donation on your taxes.
Crank that old ass Christina Aguilera. ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star Yandy Smith served ‘I Dream of My Baby Daddy Being Exonerated By The Feds’ tease through fashion for a club appearance in Dubai last week. What’s your verdict on her look?
Check out more looks from Yandy’s vacation below.
Last season, fans of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ followed Erica Mena as she attempted to launch a music career by playing up her relationship with then on-again-way-the-fuck-off-again manager Rich Dollaz. This time around the hot tempered Latina model’s new love interest is an equally attractive model name Cyn Santana and she’s penning a book titled ‘Chronicles of a Confirmed Bachelorette: The Girl Factor’ detailing her experiences with both sexes. Listen, we all have bills.
Check out excerpts from her interview with Vibe below.
Her response to people saying that she is only dating girls for male attention:
“I think it’s funny because that’s the moment you take the time to put into perspective how crucial, incredible and foolish society is. I don’t think it’s accepted naturally to be bisexual, especially as a woman. So I expect that, but I also have the time to laugh at it because it is what it is. It makes me laugh because whether they believe it or not this is what you have to accept, this is what is going to be on your TV every Monday night. I think what people have to just naturally give me the respect for is the fact that me being a woman and no matter what I’ve done, fault to mistakes or right to wrong, that I’m able to step out and be like, ‘This is who I am and this is who I love to be with. This is what it is, this is my life. I’m on a reality show so you get what you get.’”