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Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is over for now, but VH1 has graciously opted to stretch out the 15-minutes of fame of your favorite reality TV train wrecks for your viewing pleasure.  The network split the show’s finale into two parts, so as to give the public a healthy helping of ratchetness, ensuring that they are fully satisfied.

On last night’s episode, we learned several things: Lil Scrappy needs to let go of the wide-collared church shirts and get a stylist, Stevie J should follow his calling and come out with a line of bedazzled struggle t-shirts and pastel pants, Rasheeda condones (alleged) domestic violence if her friend is the accused, and Karlie Redd may have known Harriet Tubman—personally.

Of course the shining star of the show was none other than the Puerto Rican princess herself, Joseline Hernandez. Dressed in a blue tight fitting dress –with a split all the way up to heaven— she slandered just about everyone on stage, and denied being a born a man (a fact which Scrappy can apparently attest to).

Surely there is more foolery to come, so to prepare you for part deux of the Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta finale, we’ve put together the best struggle lines from last night’s show.

Word to Mama Dee.


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