Still, the self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess hasn't lost sight of who she's dealing with. “Stevie's the man. Stevie's a player. I know he's a player,” she said with a shrug.
“But I've only been around Stevie for a year and three months and my life has changed completely,” she continued, “So, I'm f-cking happy. I couldn't be happier. I make a lot of money. I was just a stripper last year and now I'm partying, I'm an artist, I'm travelling everywhere. I just appreciate him and his f-cking shenanigans, I don't give a f-ck.”
The premiere episode of the popular franchise's second season promises new beginnings, old beef, and the continuance of perpetual line stepping.
“These women and their lives exist,” show producer Mona Scott-Young recently told Hip-Hop Wired “I never said that this was the total definite picture of all African-American women the world over. This is just a specific slice and yeah, you have to be a certain kind of woman to live, work and exist in this space and that's just the reality of it. It might not be you, it might not be me but again, I'm not sitting here judging like you shouldn't have a platform. Your story should be told.”
The second season of VH1's Love & Hip Hop Atlanta will debut on Monday, April 22 at 8 pm EST. Check out photos from the cast's visit to NYC in the gallery below.