All ratchet things must come to an end. Last might was part two of the Love & Hip Hop New York reunion, and mostly thanks to Consequence, it one upped the head shaking nonsense that proliferated part one.
Saying Cons is a special character is an understatement. Throughout the episode he offered explanations for his actions that made listen to anyone except the Queens rapper himself. Even Jen the Pen, who still showed flashes of feistiness when defending herself again claims that she is a racist, at times seemed plain defeated.
Joe Budden was still speaking in his calm, rationale, I may snap at any moment voice. You could tell that the New Jersey rapper has more crazy in him than the normal person via the smile on his face after Cons sneak punched him in the back of the head. Speaking of which, Cons had no problem doing such a thing. Is that in a lost chapter of the G code?
Of course these was more struggle from Rich Dollaz Quarterz and his “lez be honest” love/lust triangle with Tiffany and Erica Mena. That said, he are TK Things We Learned From The Love & Hip Hop New York Reunion, part 2.