Eff it, I like Love & Hip Hop AtL so miss me with petitions of boycotting this show. The truth is the ethnic dynamics that VHI is exploiting isn’t going to be solved by not watching the show, or shows like it, the solution is grass roots educational and mentor programs that will help educate our people better, so that antics displayed in shows like Love and Hip Hop can’t be exploited, because they wouldn’t exist. The Hardcore truth is..Ratchetness exists in black and white.. you don’t hear white folks talking about boycotting Bayou Billionaires or Todlers and Tiaras, or Swamp People?? The problem I have with race topic enticers like Thegrio.com is that they are quick to point out their distain for a show, but don’t discuss the real reason why shows like this are able to exist… You lose me when you talk about real issues but don’t talk about real solutions.
Love &Hip Hop is one of those guilty pleasures as a degreed professional woman society thinks I should turn my nose up at, but instead a i brew my tea, and tune in. I leave the judgin’ to GOD, and my source for entertainment to VH1.
We have all had or have that friend that was in that “hot mess” of a relationship, but we don’t haggle her about leavin him.. we listen to when she complains about his antics, and orgainize a Waiting to Exhale Slumber Party, complete with chocolate fudge sundaes, when she finally rises above the smoke and leaves his ass, but we don’t sit there and out right blast her constantly about “leaving him”.
Mimi is still dumb… the “heart to heart” in the opening scene of this episode.. where Mimi has an epiphany that Joseline and Stevie are smashin’ was beyond laughable!!!
Rasheeda: To hear a beyond grown ass woman refer to her son as her lil’ G was a lil’ embarrassing, but i liked her hair and makeup, and I was a lil distracted about the sequined top, so it didn’t cause me to disown her, but that was an official first strike for me.
Karlie ain’t nothin but messy, and two faced. She should conider loweering the arch on the right eyebrow… I don’t know if your are making a suggestion or asking a question, it’s rather distracting. Then she gone run to Mimi and talk shit’ about what you how she came at Joceline… first of all the b word didn’t come out your mouth during your convo with Jos about Stevie so stop the frontin!
Mimi, really you had to ask if Stevie was smashin’ Joceline… why do you do this do yourself… I know for ourentertainment..thank you.
Nothing brings up ratings like a Love Triangle, and when the jump off gets pregnant… whooooo child! Joceline, is claiming she got a bun in the oven and Stevie is the chef that put it in there. OM-Geeezy!
Mimi and Stevies relationship dynamic is the worst example ever for any person anywhere…
ouuu you effin’ er…. ok… if you give me a percentage of the deal….maybe we can work things out….. and %10…1st of all we need to work on Mimi’s negotiating skills and 2 dis sh@t is ratchet, but entertaining.. right.. it make your whole bs in your own life seem a lil’ bit better.
Lil Scrappy and Erica deserve each other, and are on equal intellectual playing fields… I hate the constant display of the broken family unit… but it is what it is.. there are a lot of broken homes out there, from all cultural aspects… I did enjoy the moment with Erica and her mom.. it’s good to see that they can have a better relationship later in life.
Well really I’m tired of typing because you can go on and on about this show.. watch episode 2 here, and let me know what you think?
ouu and Hollywood Exes premieres tonight… you know I’m watchin’!