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On last night’s episode of Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta, everyone lost. Yep, every cast member, down to the miscellaneous characters, came off looking like masters of the not so lost recipe of self-sabotage along with a dash of shucking and jiving. The only person that looked sane was Waka Flocka’s mother, Deb Antney.

From jump, Karlie Redd showed off her excellent snitching skills. Joseline Hernandez professed that, surprise, no matter what she was still in love with Steebie. Mind you, Steebie is still trying to his best get back in Mimi Faust’s good graces. This is the same Mimi who claimed to be done with the producer in about 95% of this reality series’ episodes.

We also got to see Scrappy recount his case of the parole officer and the cold urine to his lawyer, watch Ariane try to unite Mimi with K.Michelle in the most in appropriate of setting and witness Traci maintain her struggle of trying to make Eric Dixon and Shay play nice. The saving grace of the episode was Deb Antney trying to talk some sense into Rasheeda. But hey, Kirk still ain’t sh-t, though.

Peep the 11 Things We Learned From Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta episode 10 on the following page.

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