How have you been coping with the absence of Joseline, Stevie J, Mimi and the rest of the crew from your Monday nights? I organize the clothing items in my closet by descending order while listening to Spotify. I also weep silently sometimes. Jesus told his disciples to watch and pray. I’m just following in the tradition of multitasking until order has been restored.
This week, the Ozzie and Harriet of Greenbriar Mall hit the strip club to participate in making it it precipitate dollars. Model Sheneka Adams also joined in on the fun.
You can add Memphitz‘s penis to the list of common denominators among the female cast members of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ right under Stevie J’s bus tokens and lack of good common sense.
Ariane Davis, the on-screen bestie of Mimi Faust, tells Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club that although she fooled around in between the sheets with the former music executive she doesn’t exactly constitute bumping uglies as dating. Neither do I!
“He wasn’t relevant to me, and so for him to bring it up now — like, why now?” questioned Ariana on whether or not Memphitz brought their old bedroom arrangement to hurt K.Michelle. ”You’re going to talk about every other woman you slept with in Atlanta? Why are you doing it now?”
The former stylist for T-Pain also says she’s refusing to take sides between K. Michelle and Memphitz.
“I don’t want to say I don’t believe either one of them because he told me his story, too, and so did she, personally,” said Ariane, who also added Memphitz never physically abused her. “It’s like, who do you believe or what do you believe?”
Oprah Winfrey could never have a sew-in this laid! For her one-on-one interview with ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ cast members, Mona Scott-Young serves Adina Howard realness with Creme Of Nature on the sides fused with Lotta Body on the bangs! The edges don’t seem to be require Naomi Campbell life support — yet.
José Olé, were you excited for your candid catch up?
With plentiful servings of Steebie J’s threesome love triangle drama, K. Michelle living to tell her story over and over and Rasheeda‘s sideburns constantly stealing her spotlight, fans of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ still aren’t ready to push away from the table. What junk food television lacks in nutritional value it makes up in taste!
As an appetizer for tonight’s reunion ratchetness, watch Karlie Redd praise Mona Scott-Young for giving the cast a platform for all the messiness we lived for every Monday night, explain her Cash Money Records affiliation and more during her chat with Vlad TV.
The pussy pat queen is fed up. Prepare for repercussions.
In an interview with Columbus’ Power Morning Crew, ‘Love & Cigarillos: Atlanta’ star Rasheeda made it clear she is not friends with K. Michelle: “We had a working relationship.”
You’ll be surprised how much K. Michelle talk they packed in this 5-minute interview. Well, no you won’t.
On Vh1′s editing of the sit down she had with K. Michelle about Memphitz:
“Situations went from ‘Tell Toya that I respect her and I got love for her’ to a whole ‘notha story. The power of editing in that scene was ‘take that and gone up the street with all that,’ that wasn’t towards me. But at the end of the day the situation with the story is… she knows where I sit this. The power of editing in that scene was ‘take that and gone up the street with all that,’ that wasn’t towards me. But at the end of the day the situation with the story is… she knows where I sit this.”
“All I want to express to K. is if you’re going to tell the story tell the real story.”