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Stevie J gave us a lot to work with on this season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, but during last night’s finale he was in rare form. He turned it up a notch on the struggle meter, effectively solidifying his place in season 2, and trying his hardest to become a reality TV villain—and possibly snag a spin-off.

Try as he might to front like his relationships with Mimi Faust and Joseline Hernandez makes him look like a hero of men everywhere, watching him on screen is more of a cautionary tale of a music producer’s lazy attempt to remain relevant. After all, his own jumpoff pretty much broke the rules by catching feelings, then blessing him with the fade during their first therapy season. Isn’t attacking your man, who just happens to have a girlfriend, a breach of the side-piece contract?

On last night’s episode the artist known as Stevie J pulled out the big guns throwing one confusing metaphor out after another. His main focus was an alleged bus that he seems to be driving, which we assume is a euphemism for his s-x triangle.

With so much material to pull from it’s hard to narrow down the best struggle lines uttered by Stevie J throughout the finale, but we at Hip-Hop Wired did our best to pull some good ones (in no particular order).

Peep them below.

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