The season finale of Love & Hip Hop New York proved that rachetness will not have any tidy endings. While Peter Gunz tried to save his image, Rich Dollaz came through in the clutch as a supreme level dirtbag with b*tch ass tendencies.
As for the other players, Saigon used his rare screen time to prod his baby mama about the possibilities of a threesome. Yandy Smith continued to act like she was unaware of the seriousness of Mendeecees’ drug trafficking charges and Rashidah Ali threatened her now ex-buddy Tahiry Jose with the proper fade.
But the main event was the insane end (probably not) to the love triangle between Erica Mena, her possible biological sister Cyn Santana and struggle evec Rich Dollaz.
Check out 10 things we learned from the Love & Hip Hop New York finale in the following pages.