Another week, another episode of immense levels of f-ckery and struggle from the cast of Love & Hip Hop New York. This week’s episode featured a gang of fails, suspect behavior and actions that make no sense to rationale human beings—particularly from Rich Dollaz and Joe Budden. In other words, the usual.
Rashidah Ali, the shoe consultant to the stars, got heavy burn in this episode. She’s the one accused cutting a bouncer name Joseph Wright’s facing during her birthday party at NYC’s Greenhouse back in 2011 (peep the gruesome pic here). She finally addressed the allegations and we found out what happened.
But back to the show, Winter Ramos continued with her book struggle. Lore’l continues to find her way as an artist, with Yandy agreeing to manage her on a trial basis. Unfortunately for our entertainment value, Mendeecees didn’t put his hands on anyone this episode. But he did admit to smashing another cast member not named Yandy. Don’t trip, the deed was done before he got with his current ride or die chick.
All that said, check out the 10 things we learned from this week’s episode.