This upcoming Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood reunion is fitna be lit with emotion and arguments. Moniece Slaughter recently unveiled a bombshell on social media fans tuning into tonight’s episode otherwise wouldn’t be privy to.
Love & Hip Hop New York is a show that doesn’t discriminate when it comes to equal rights. Women are allowed to make as big a fool of themselves as the men—and on last night’s episode we saw bountiful examples of this.
Love & Hip Hop New York’s Erica Mena got into a brawl with a woman at a nail salon called Nail Lounge in upper Manhattan. Of course, the reality TV cameras were rolling—it was a party for Mena’s PrittyNPink lip gloss line—but footage of the incident has made it onto the Internets first.
So last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop New York started off kind of slow, but got very awkward by the show’s end. There are three words to blame (or congratulate?) for this surge in LHHNY searches: Jen the Pen.
Every week, Love & Hip-Hop New York star Rich Dollaz is caught up and looking hella stressed trying to manage cast mates Olivia and Erica Mena while also “dating” the latter, Recently, the music industry exec’s struggle became realer when he was arrested for allegedly missing a scheduled court date about a paternity test.
It’s week three and things are moving along nicely on Love & Hip Hop New York. Joe Budden is still dealing with his relapse, wearing vests, and talking in a creepy killer voice; Tahiry continues to battle with her undying love for him, and Erica Mena is poppin’ off on just about anybody who wants […]
Two weeks in and Love And Hip Hop New York is overloaded with reality TV struggle. The old cast members think they actually have a chance of being something other than “cast members,” and the new members are putting up a pretty strong fight for relevancy.