Just in time for the holidays, Love & Hip Hop: New York is back. While most of the cast is hardly recognizable, the drama is still the same!
Here are a few of our observations from the new super trailer:
Yandy and Mendeecees Need To Take Their Real Life Drama Off TV: For the last two seasons, former music manager Yandy Smith-Harris has been dealing with the constant legal drama of her then boyfriend, now husband Mendeecees. Long story short, he’s facing 10 years in prison as well as millions of dollars in fines for drug trafficking. Instead of seeing Yandy be the college educated boss that she is, we have to watch unfortunate heart to heart moments with their three kids. “Never let anyone tell you I walked out of your life,” Mendeecees says to his son regarding his potential return to jail. We understand that this IS their “reality” but having their young kids so involved in the show, for a paycheck, will probably be a mistake in the long run.
The Return Of Remy Ma! After 6 years in jail, the Grammy Nominated rapper is back and looking to make an impact on the music scene. With her biggest hit being a feature on Fat Joe’s “Lean Back” in 2004, she definitely has some work to do but her fans are definitely rooting for her. Unfortunately, as in many cases when artists join the Love & Hip Hop franchise, their music takes a back seat to cast conflicts. In the trailer we learn that Remy and Rashidah Ali are friends, but not for along!
Tara And Amina Are Still Fighting Over Peter: Did neither party watch the last two seasons where Tara was dating Peter? He cheated on her with Amina and married her, all the while still creeping with Tara! Yet and still the ladies are literally fighting over this has-been rapper who has eight kids, with five women. It’s unfortunate neither of the ladies believe they can do better.
Rich Dollars Is Back To Being King Creep: We’re just counting down for the day Rich Dollaz heads to Atlanta to join their cast. Fresh off a story arch on Love & Hip Hop Hollywood where he tried and failed to settle down with Moniece, Rich is back in New York selling another aspiring artist a dream!
Sigh, we hate that this show is our guilty pleasure! But we’re curious to see how Mona and the producers piece together all these storylines for twelve episodes! Click here to watch the nearly ten minute long trailer and let us know if you’ll be watching season 6 when it airs on December 14th on VH1.