5 Reasons The Lil Scrappy, Stevie J Fight Was Staged

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the-fight-1341609592 Last night, on episode four of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Lil Scrappy attempted to ...

Last night, on episode four of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Lil Scrappy attempted to bless Stevie J with the fade for disrespecting his baby momma (Erica). The key word here is "attempted." The fight end up being more jawing, wrestling and falling than actual swinging and connecting.

Our peeps at The Urban Daily believe that said fight was actually staged. How can that be? Well here is one reason:

3. Too Much Conversation

There was entirely too much damn conversation going on during this fight. These fools are arguing and getting ready to swing, but there's enough time for Joseline to deliver her line, “I'm Joseline Hernandez, baby!” No! No! No! I don't know about everybody else, but when it comes time for the paws to be placed on an individual in a violent manner, conversation is out the window. The name of the game is shoot first and ask questions later. Scrappy was asking too many questions which allowed Stevie and Joseline to further fan the flames. If Scrappy was really about that life, he would have stole off on Stevie as soon as dude sauntered out of the studio.

Check out the other four reasons why the Stevie J & Joseline versus Lil Scrappy & Erica showdown was straight out of the WWE over at The Urban Daily.

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  • Kashous

    Okay, waiting on 4 more reasons........................

    • countDaMonet

      I laughed out loud and then made one of those aahhhh sounds at the end....apparently the numbers 1, 2, 4 and 5 are on break at the moment

    • noyfb6

      "Check out the other four reasons why the Stevie J & Joseline versus Lil Scrappy & Erica showdown was straight out of the WWE over at The Urban Daily."

  • http://www.facebook.com/roniboo32 Msdidit Onem

    I thought I clicked to many times or something.....WTF

  • Baller64

    Bro Scrappy wanted to talk, because he wanted to see stevie squirm, this is how hood playas do it I dont think he even meant to fight stevie, he just wanted to punk him and make him feel uncomfortable, and it ended up turning to something else

  • DaBizness

    Of course Scrappy came to talk, you don't wear jewelry to a fight.

    • MackMil

      EXACTLY!!!! Chains and ish to a fight. GTFOOH!!!!
      He didn't want to mess up the script that was given to him. Then it dawned on him that "Oh yeah, I'm supposed to be in a fight".

  • compgirl

    Ya'll need to edit these articles (correct tense, punctuation, etc.). " The fight end up being more jawing, wrestling and falling than actual swinging and connected..." It should be connecting #SMH
    As for the "fight', IT WAS NOT ONE. The camera barely caught anything past the two guys on top of each other (basically hugging lol), security pulling them apart as they yelled, and some running. No real punches were thrown. I think this show is comical due to the fact that it's OBVIOUSLY scripted but what reality show isn't nowadays...

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