Unfortunately, all ratchet things must come to an end. The second season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta came to close last night with part two of its reunion, and plenty of f-ckery was provided to make you look forward to next season.
Stevie J was on a roll with the one liners all episode. But the comedy was on high when Mimi Faust’s Nikko hit the stage. These two grown men start throwing jobs like they were back in grade school. We’ll give the edge to Steebie since he made it rain on Nikko like he was in a strib club, though.
Benzino also came up often, whether it was explaining putting Kirk Frost in the vicinity of those buzzards or him living that creep life and calling his castmates in the wee hours.
That said, check out 10 things we learned from part two of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion in the following pages.