Karlie Redd realizes that her relationship with Mo is not the move, Mimi confronts Stevie J about his passive-aggressive behavior and more.
Yung Joc has some trouble at his salon with his business partner, Kirk hasn't told Rasheeda that he's in touch with Jasmine without a middle man, and more.
Karlie Redd gets called out for being messy, Akbar V pokes at Tokyo Vanity and Spice, and more.
Tonight’s episode of Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta takes a page straight out of Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married. We start with the crew headed to a cabin in the woods for Kirk and Rasheeda’s couples trip. Guests include, BK and Sierra, Scrappy and Bambi, Joc and Kendra, and Karlie Redd decide to be […]
Spice is still on a mission to get people to acknowledge colorism as she preps the release of her song "Black Hypocrisy," Mimi takes Spice on a Black History tour, Tokyo Vanity meets with a personal trainer.
Tommie's ultimatum is that she has to go to rehab for alcohol abuse if she's ever to film again, the crew at the dude ranch puts the drama behind them, Kirk's daughter meets Kannon, and more.
Tokyo Vanity and Spice pick up their beef right where they left off, and the drama spills over into other people in the group.
Scrappy goes around blabbing he and Bambi's baby news against her wishes, Keely is doing the most with drama with Bleu DaVincci, Sierra, and everyone.
Kirk bogarts his way back into the house with Rasheeda, Stevie sweet talks Estelita once again, Erica apologizes to Mimi for her outburst, and more.
Kirk Frost is still dragging his feet on getting a DNA test, Rasheeda is heartbroken, and other highlights from the season.
Kirk Frost is still dragging his feet about getting a DNA test and Shirleen isn't having it.
Treasure brings drama to Jamaica so Jessica Dime takes it upon herself to handle the situation by literally snatching wigs.