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.
Last night, part one of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion aired and it was full of the juvenile behavior you probably tuned in for. Joseline Hernandez didn’t let us down with the one liners while the rest of the cast made sure to chime in with their own ratchetness.
Last night was Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’s 13th episode of the season, but the only thing with ill luck was Kirk Frost’s motorcycle. Actually, there were plenty of the head scratching moments we’ve come to expect from these wily practitioners of struggle.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta has the ratchet reality TV game, involving inept rappers, “struggle & B” crooners and their struggle affiliates, on lock. The latest episode made sure to hit all the marks that make the show a must see since it usually makes you feel better about your own life.
Although there are doubts about how true it is, Azealia Banks recently handed over the keys to her Twitter account over to her record label. While we will surely miss her sometimes reckless Twitter slander, she’s still holding down her Instagram.
Last night, VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta returned for its second season, and as promised the f-ckery was all the way turnt up.
The third season of Love & Hip Hop New York is a wrap, but there is still foolishness to be documented. On Monday night (April 8), we witness the first reunion episode, and it was loaded with plenty of chirping birds and general tomfoolishness.