A few inevitables happened this week on VH1′s ‘Love & Hip Hop Atlanta‘. Scrappy returns to his friend/lover, Shay; the true colors of Niko’s boyfriend seem to be seeping out and they aren’t looking too good and Kirk tells his wife Rasheeda to get rid of their unborn child–all within 60 minutes.
Gearing up for season number five, Basketball Wives’ Shaunie O’Neal, Evelyn Lozada and Tami Roman have snagged the latest issue of ‘Upscale’. If you’ve followed the show, you’re quite aware that their most recent, was one of their more controversial seasons. So controversial, that the conflict and a few physical scuffles, caused a few petitions and advertisers to call it quits with the popular VH1 show. In their cover story, the women come clean about how they handled losing advertisers and how it affected them personally. They also give viewers a few hints about why Jennifer Williams and Royce Reed got pink slips. Peep a few excepts below.
On the negativity and the consequential loss of advertisers:
[It] was so difficult to deal with when it was airing and when it was all over with. I remember saying, ‘what the hell just happened?
LHHA’s Kirk Hints At Divorce With Rasheeda, ‘Me & Rasheeda are friends for sure. [She's] very emotional right now.’ + Denies Rasheeda Is Pregnant By Scrappy
It seems that most of us are rooting for Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s Rasheeda and hubby Kirk Frost. But only four episodes into season two, the couple are seemingly going through a rough time. Financial and communication issues and a baby on the way has spelled trouble for the Kirk household. Earlier this month, rumors swirled that the pair are heading to divorce court, questions about his sexuality were raised and maybe Rasheeda is pregnant with cast mates Scrappy’s baby. In an interview with Hip Hop Daily Press, Kirk addresses (as much as he can) rumors that he and divorce are heading towards divorce, why he intervened in the infamous ‘candle throwing’ incident with K.Michelle and Rasheeda, and rumors that he’s gay. Peep a few excerpts:
On how he feels about season two, as opposed to season one:
Season one, things went well but with season 2 we should get a lot more out of it. You can’t have a call in it. You wake up and you hear all these things about yourself. I deal with so much on a daily. I’m still learning, behind the scenes and for me to be where I’m at now, Im still making an adjustment to it.
On rumors that this will be his last season on LHHA: