Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s Mimi Tells Stevie J “I’m Tired Of Your D-ck. Gimme The Money.”
Momma Dee, queen of the facetious soundbite cut in with, “Lemme tell you something.” She continued, “It’s a shaking in the palace baby. It’s a shaking in the palace!” The guests collectively chuckled, confused but comforted by her signature ambiguity, while Shay, increasingly aggressive, admitted, “Scrappy will always be my friend and I will always love Scrappy. Forever. Period.”
On the other end of the setup, Stevie J and Joseline sat side by side, comforted in the new status of their relationship. Even while Stevie openly flirted with every woman on cast—outside of rapper Rasheeda, who is clearly pregnant—Joseline sat, content in her new position as Stevie’s main. Mimi on the other hand, was sauced and primed for confrontation.
Stevie made his way down the line of women and before he could get too close to Mimi, she let him have it. Apparently, he’d made reference to her missing their intimate relationship, to which Mimi fired, “It’s not. The d-ck. For me.”
She continued, directing her attention to Stevie’s new girlfriend in front of hundreds, “It may be the d-ck for you [Joseline]. But it’s not the d-ck for me. Let’s be clear. Are we clear?”
“Sit yo @ss back down,” she told Stevie huskily, “Ni–a I’ve known you for a hundred years. It’s not the d-ck. Let’s be clear ni–a. She might like yo d-ck. I’m tired of your d-ck. Just gimme the money ni–a. Just gimme the money. F-ck yo’ d-ck.”
Joseline, clearly unaffected by any of Mimi’s ranting, spoke on her level of content these days. “I’m always working,” she said evenly, “I’m always on the road doing shows, trying to perform so… I’m just happy. Anything else really don’t matter.”
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