Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

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Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta
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Genre Reality
Directed by David Wolfgang
Josh Richards
Earl "Slick 23" Barlow
Jade Sandberg
Starring
Opening theme "This Is The Life"
(feat. Cardin, MeetSims & Travis McClung)
Composer(s) Lofey
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 104
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Brad Abramson
  • Mona Scott-Young
  • Danielle Gelfand
  • Nina L. Diaz
  • Stefan Springman
  • Stephanie R. Gayle
  • Toby Barraud
  • Donell Dorsey
Running time 40–44 minutes
Production company(s) Monami Entertainment
Eastern TV
Release
Original network VH1
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) – present
Chronology
Related shows
External links
Website www.vh1.com/shows/love_and_hip_hop_atlanta/

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the second installment of the Love & Hip Hop reality television franchise.[1] It premiered June 18, 2012 on VH1, and chronicles the lives of several people in Atlanta involved with hip hop music. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the highest-rated installment of the Love & Hip Hop franchise.[2] On January 30, 2017, VH1 announced the show's return for the sixth season, which premiered on March 6, 2017.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Cast member Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6
Joseline Hernandez Main
Erica Dixon Main
Rasheeda Main
K. Michelle Main Guest Main1
Karlie Redd Main
Mimi Faust Main
Traci Steele Main Guest2
Tammy Rivera Main Supporting Main
Stevie J Supporting Main
Tommie Lee Supporting Main

Note:

  1. ^ Appears in the opening credits from episode four onwards.
  2. ^ Appears in an uncredited cameo only.

Current[edit]

The cast of the sixth season, from left to right: Tommie, Rasheeda, Mimi, Stevie J, Joseline, Tammy and Karlie.
An underground rapper and entrepreneur. Rasheeda, full name Rasheeda Buckner-Frost, is the self-professed "Georgia peach" and "queen of crunk", best known for her single "Got That Good (My Bubble Gum)". She is the wife of Kirk Frost, who also acts as her manager. The series chronicles her marital struggles. She has released six independent albums through her husband's company, D-Lo Entertainment. She has two sons by him, Ky and Karter. Her pregnancy with Karter was documented during the show's second season. In 2015, she announced her retirement from music and opened Pressed, a boutique store in Atlanta, which is featured prominently in the show's fourth and fifth seasons. In the sixth season, she discovers that Kirk has impregnated another woman behind her back, once again throwing their marriage into turmoil.
An aspiring rapper, singer and entrepreneur. Redd, born Keisha Karlie Lewis, is of Trinidadian ethnicity. She has a daughter, Jasmine, from a previous relationship. The series focuses on her love life, including her romances with cast members Benzino, Yung Joc, Scrapp DeLeon and Lyfe Jennings. She has a reputation on the show for being "messy"[3][4] and allegedly lying about her age.[5] Her rivalry with K. Michelle is the focus of the first two seasons, during which she released "Bring It", a diss track aimed at Michelle. The two later reconciled their differences. Subsequent seasons focus on her various business ventures, as an actress, boutique store owner and record label executive, as well as posing for Playboy[6] and hosting a morning show for Playboy radio.[7] In the sixth season, she rekindles her relationship with Joc and begins writing a sex advice book. Her romance with Joc once again fizzles out and Karlie begins dating tattoo artist Ceaser Emmanuel, their relationship serving as a crossover with fellow VH1 reality show Black Ink Crew.
The mother of Stevie J's daughter, Eva. The series chronicles her struggles co-parenting with Stevie and her bitter feud with his lover, Joseline. Faust, born Oluremi James, owns a cleaning service and throughout the show has embarked on a career as an entertainment manager, autobiographical author and interior designer. She enters a relationship with Nikko London in the second season. Their allegedly leaked, highly publicised sex tape, distributed by Vivid Entertainment, becomes the main focus of the third and fourth seasons.[8] Although she does not identify as a lesbian or bisexual,[9] she enters a relationship with a trans man, Chris, in the fifth season, and reveals in the fifth season reunion that she has been dating a woman. Additionally, Mimi appears in a supporting role in the spin-off shows Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood and Leave It To Stevie.
  • Tammy Rivera (Season 3, 5–present) (supporting cast member in season 4)
The long time girlfriend of Waka Flocka Flame, who she marries during the course of the show. Rivera is a fashion designer and stylist of mixed African-American and Nicaraguan ethnicity. She has a daughter, Charlie, from a previous relationship. The series chronicles her struggles with Waka's fidelity issues. After a violent altercation with Joseline at the third season reunion, she is absent from the show, eventually returning as a supporting cast member towards the end of the fourth season. She rejoins the main cast in the fifth season. Rivera and Waka announced their separation during filming in 2016.[10] In the sixth season, Rivera embarks on a music career as Waka attempts to win her back.
  • Stevie J (Season 4–present) (supporting cast member in seasons 1–3)
A Grammy Award-winning record producer, singer and songwriter. Jordan, full name Steven Adrian Jordon, rose to fame in the 1990s as an in-house producer and writer for Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Records. He has six children, including daughters with Mimi and Joseline. The series chronicles the turbulent love triangle between him, Mimi and Joseline. The show's fourth season focuses on his legal issues including a stint in rehab.[11] Additionally, Stevie stars in the spin-off shows Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood and Leave It To Stevie.
  • Tommie Lee (Season 6–present) (supporting cast member in season 5)
An aspiring performer, rapper and urban model. Lee, real name Atasha Jefferson Chizzaah Moore or Latisha Jefferson, is introduced as the girlfriend of rapper Scrapp DeLeon, although they later break up after he is jailed for marijuana trafficking. She has two daughters, Havali and Samaria, from previous relationships. She has had multiple legal issues in the past and gave birth to one of her daughters while incarcerated. The series chronicles her struggles with addiction and substance abuse, as well as her violent rivalries with the other female cast members. Additionally, she appears in a supporting role in the spin-off Leave It To Stevie.

Former[edit]

A Latin-American entertainer and aspiring rapper. Hernandez is the self-professed "Puerto Rican Princess", born and raised on the streets of Puerto Rico. She was discovered by Stevie J while performing as a stripper under the name Shenellica Bettencourt.[12] The series chronicles her turbulent relationship with Stevie J and his baby's mother Mimi. She identifies as bisexual.[13] She and Stevie initially claimed to have married in 2013.[14] The two starred in their own spin-off show Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood. However, Stevie J admitted in 2016 that the marriage was faked for publicity [15] and in court documents released later that year, Joseline confirmed they were in a long term relationship and never legally married.[16] The couple's break up was documented in the fifth season. During filming of the fifth season reunion, Hernandez revealed she was pregnant with Stevie's sixth child, Bonnie Bella Jordan. Her daughter's birth was documented in the special Joseline's Special Delivery. Hernandez dramatically quit the show after six seasons during taping of the sixth season's reunion, amid tensions with Mona Scott-Young and the show's producers.[17]
  • Erica Dixon (Seasons 1–4)
The mother of Lil Scrappy's daughter, Emani. The series chronicled her on-and-off-again relationship with Scrappy, including a brief engagement and disputes over child support payments, as well as her struggles with her mother Mingnon, a recovering crack cocaine addict. In the third season, she entered a brief relationship with model O'Shea Russell.
  • K. Michelle (Seasons 1–2, 5) (guest star in seasons 3–4)
A R&B/soul singer and songwriter. Michelle, full name Kimberly Michelle Pate, was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She has a son, Chase, from a previous relationship. The series chronicled her return to the music industry after several personal struggles, including an abusive relationship with music executive Mickey "Memphitz" Wright.[18] Since the show began airing, she has released three albums through Atlantic Records and starred in her own spin-off K. Michelle: My Life. She leaves the main cast after the second season, after moving to New York to join the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York. She returns to Atlanta in season five, rejoining the main cast, although she appears infrequently.
  • Traci Steele (Season 2) (cameo appearance in season 4)
A DJ and radio personality. She has a son, Little Drew. The second season chronicles her troubles with her son's father, DJ Babey Drew, as well as her brief relationship with fitness model DaShaun Johnson.

Supporting[edit]

The series has a large ensemble cast. The lead cast members appear in the opening credits, while other cast members are credited as "additional cast" or "featured" in the show's credits. These cast members appear in green screen confessional interview segments and (for the most part) have the same amount of screen time and storyline focus as the show's main cast members. Some major supporting cast members have been eventually upgraded to main cast members.

Cast member Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6
Lil Scrappy Supporting
Ariane Davis Supporting
Momma Dee Supporting
Kirk Frost Supporting
Shay Johnson Supporting
Benzino Supporting
DJ Babey Drew Supporting
Waka Flocka Flame Supporting Supporting
Adiz "Bambi" Benson Guest Supporting
Nikko London Guest Supporting
Yung Joc Supporting
Erica Pinkett Guest Supporting
Kalenna Harper Supporting
Dawn Heflin Guest Supporting Guest
Deb Antney Guest Supporting
Althea Heart Supporting
Tony "T." Vick Supporting
Jessica Dime Supporting
Margeaux Simms Supporting
Ashley Nicole Supporting
Khadiyah Lewis Guest Supporting
Sina Bina Supporting Guest
Tiffany Foxx Supporting
Ernest Bryant Supporting
PreMadonna Supporting
Karen "KK" King Supporting
Scrapp DeLeon Guest1 Supporting Guest2
Tiarra Becca Supporting
Chris Gould Supporting
D. Smith Supporting
Betty Idol Supporting
Lyfe Jennings Guest Supporting
Kelsie Frost Supporting Guest
Shirleen Harvell Guest Supporting
Sas Supporting
J-Nicks Supporting
Amber Priddy Supporting
Melissa Scott Supporting
Jasmine Washington Supporting
Rod Bullock Supporting
Keanna Arnold Supporting
Sierra Gates Supporting
Moriah Lee Supporting
Lovely Mimi Supporting
Tresure Price Supporting
Shooter Gates Supporting
Gunplay Supporting
Estelita Quintero Supporting
Savannah Jordan Supporting
Samantha Supporting

Note:

  1. ^ Appears in a background cameo only.
  2. ^ As Scrapp was incarcerated during the filming of this season, he makes only a minor appearance via phone call.

Current[edit]

The father of Erica's daughter. Scrappy, real name Darryl Kevin Richardson II, is a rapper and self-professed "Prince of the South", best known for his hit single "Money In The Bank". The series chronicles his love life, including his on-again, off-again relationships with Erica and Bambi. Through the course of the show, he also pursues romances with Shay, Erica Pinkett, Betty Idol and Jessica Dime. The second season focuses on his legal issues, including a stint in rehab for marijuana addiction.[19] He proposes to Bambi in the fifth season finale and the two become engaged. The couple's break up is documented in season six. Additionally, Scrappy appears in a supporting role in the spin-off show Leave It To Stevie.
  • Ariane Davis
Mimi's best friend and confidante. Davis is a bartender and an aspiring singer from Mississippi.[20] She comes out as a lesbian during the second season and enters a relationship with DJ Toni K.
Lil Scrappy's mother. Dee, real name Deborah Gaither Bryant, is a former pimp and drug dealer who ran a brothel for ten years under the name "Lady Dee".[21][22] In addition to Scrappy, she has a daughter, Jasmine, and is also the cousin of Yung Joc. During the show, she has embarked on a music career, releasing the singles "I Deserve" and "In That Order" in 2014 and 2016 respectively. In the fourth season, she reunites with her ex-husband Ernest and remarries him in the finale.
  • Kirk Frost
Rasheeda's husband and manager. He is the CEO of D-Lo Entertainment. He has seven children, including cast member Kelsie as well as two sons by Rasheeda and a son by Jasmine, along with several grandchildren. In the second season, he was filmed cheating on his (then) pregnant wife with two women, a storyline which attracted controversy and criticism from the media, including from rapper Nicki Minaj.[23] In the sixth season, it is revealed that he has had a secret son with his mistress Jasmine, once again throwing his marriage into turmoil.
Tammy's longtime boyfriend, whom she marries during the course of the show. Waka, real name Juaquin James Malphurs, is a gangsta rapper, best known for the hit single "No Hands" and his collaborations with Gucci Mane. The third season documents his marital struggles and the loss of his brother, Kayo Redd. In the fifth season, his much-publicized comments about transgender people creates tension between Tammy, D. Smith and Betty Idol. [24] He and Tammy separate later in the season, due to his infidelity, and season six chronicles his attempts to win her back. [25]
Karlie Redd's boyfriend. They break up later in season three, when his infidelity with Khadiyah is revealed. Joc, real name Jasiel Amon Robinson, is a Grammy Award-nominated rapper and aspiring stand-up comedian who has eight children to four different women and is still legally married.[26] He is also the cousin of Momma Dee and Lil Scrappy, with whom he co-owns the modeling agency Grustle Girlz. The series chronicles his love life, including his relationship with Khadiyah and her feud with his baby mothers, as well as his later flings with Amber Priddy and Tommie. In the sixth season, he rekindles his relationship with Karlie, although he again has difficulties remaining faithful. Additionally, Joc appears in a supporting role in the spin-off show Leave It To Stevie.
  • Deb Antney (Season 3–present) (guest star in seasons 1–2)
Waka Flocka Flame's mother. Antney, full name Debra Antney, is CEO of Mizay Entertainment and acts as an mentor to the other women. The third season documents the death of her son, Kayo Redd, which inspires her advocacy for suicide prevention and anti-bullying. Antney previously appeared in a minor supporting role in the spin-off show Chrissy & Mr. Jones.
  • Jessica Dime (Season 4–present)
Joseline's rival, which stems from their stripper days in Miami together.[27] Dime, real name Jessica Chatman and also known as Dimepiece, is an aspiring rapper and performer, born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She moved to Atlanta from Miami, where she worked as a stripper at the King of Diamonds Gentleman's Club.[28] In season four, she briefly takes Mimi on as a manager and clashes with Tiffany Foxx. She appears as K. Michelle's friend in two episodes of K. Michelle: My Life, however, in the fifth season, they have had a falling out. In the sixth season, she enters a relationship with NBA player Shawne Williams.
  • Ernest Bryant (Season 4–present)
Momma Dee's ex-husband. She accidentally sent him away to prison for seven years when he was caught with drugs after she called the cops on him for stealing money from Scrappy. After being released from prison, the two rekindle their romance and remarry in the fourth season finale.
  • Karen "KK" King (Season 5–present)
The mother and manager of Scrapp DeLeon and Sas. King, full name Karen Lynn King, is a longtime friend of Stevie J and her sons call him "uncle". The fifth season chronicles her struggles to keep her family together, amid tensions with Scrapp's baby mama Tiarra. In 2009, her nephew Dolla was shot and killed.[29] In 2012, she and her sons were accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of her ex-husband. She went on the run and was featured in an episode of America's Most Wanted. While in jail, she shared a cell block with Dawn. KK was later cleared of all charges.[30] During filming of the fifth season in 2016, she was arrested for financial identity fraud, theft and first degree forgery. She is awaiting trial and could face up to three years in prison.[31]
  • Shirleen Harvell (Season 5–present) (guest star in seasons 2–4)
Rasheeda's mother. She has a strained relationship with her son-in-law Kirk. In the fifth season, she starts working at Rasheeda's boutique store and clashes with Momma Dee.
  • Melissa Scott (Season 6–present)
Mimi's friend, who also has a friendship with Joseline. She attempts to act as a peacemaker between the two. Scott, also known as DJ M, is a lesbian party promotor and founder of Traxx Girls events. It is revealed later in the season that she had a fling with Mimi the summer before, and had a "friends-with-benefits" relationship with Ariane several years earlier.
  • Sierra Gates (Season 6–present)
A beauty entrepreneur who owns The Glam Shop, a hair, nail and beauty salon which employs Moriah and Lovely Mimi. She has two children with her husband Shooter.
  • Moriah Lee (Season 6–present)
Sierra's marketing assistant. She has ambitions to be step outside of Sierra's shadow. She is in a relationship with a married man, who is later revealed to be Shooter.
  • Lovely Mimi (Season 6–present)
Sierra's employee, who forms a friendship with Tommie and the other girls. Mimi, real name Miyha Thi Luong, is a Vietnamese nail artist and social media personality from the DMV, where she owns a salon. She has three children to her husband Remy Skinner.
  • Tresure Price (Season 6–present)
Moriah's friend. Price, also known as Tresure P, is an aspiring DJ and radio personality from Houston, Texas. She is a former stripper. She sparks a violent rivalry with Tommie after revealing she is in a relationship with a married man. She also has a friendship with Joc's baby mama Sina, and works as an intern at Joc's radio station.
  • Shooter Gates (Season 6–present)
Sierra's husband. Gates, real name Rod Gates, is revealed to be secretly dating and financially supporting Moriah behind his wife's back.
  • Estelita Quintero (Season 6–present)
Stevie's artist. Quintero, also known as the Panamanian Goddess, is an aspiring singer, actress and model from Colón, Panama.
Stevie's daughter. Jordan is a high school student who has a strained relationship with Joseline.
  • Samantha (Season 6–present)
Tommie's mother. Samantha, also known as Finesse, has a strained relationship with her daughter.

Former[edit]

  • Shay Johnson (Seasons 1–2)
Lil Scrappy's friend. Johnson is an urban model and reality star who previously appeared as "Buckeey" on the VH1 reality shows Flavor of Love and Charm School. In the first season, Shay and Scrappy develop a "friends-with-benefits" relationship, igniting a feud between her and Erica.
Stevie J's best friend. Benzino, real name Raymond Scott, is a rapper and CEO at Hip Hop Weekly Magazine. The series focuses on his love life, including his relationships with Karlie Redd and Althea Heart, who he becomes engaged to during the third season. During the second season, under the name "Zino Grigio", he released "Smashed Da Homie", a diss track aimed at Joseline. During the filming of season three in 2014, Benzino was shot and wounded by his nephew at his mother's funeral.[32] Later, he has a major falling out with both Stevie J and Joseline, leading to a violent altercation at the third season reunion. He was fired after allegedly threatening a producer of the show.[33]
The father of Traci's son. Drew, full name Andrew Bisnaught, is a DJ and radio personality who has worked as Chris Brown's tour DJ. The second season chronicles his troubles with Traci.
  • Adiz "Bambi" Benson (Seasons 3–6) (guest star in season 2)
Lil Scrappy's girlfriend, who he becomes engaged to during the course of the show. Benson, real name Adizia Benson and also known as The Bam, is an urban model, video vixen, aspiring rapper and former cast member of Basketball Wives LA from Compton, California. She appears briefly in the second season as a potential love interest for Benzino, however, most of their early scenes together were cut and released on the show's website as bonus material. Her on-again, off-again relationship with Scrappy sparks rivalries with several of the female cast members, including Erica Dixon, Erica Pinkett, Betty Idol and Jessica Dime.[34]
Mimi's boyfriend. London, real name Londell Smith, is a rapper, record producer and personal trainer. During the filming of the third season in 2014, a sex tape featuring Nikko and Mimi was released through Vivid Entertainment. It was initially promoted as a stolen home video, however, the two later admitted that the tape was staged.[35] It is revealed towards the end of season three that Nikko is still legally married. His wife, Margeaux, became a supporting cast member in the show's fourth season. They went on to appear along with Margaux's girlfriend Merike as a "throuple" on WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp.
  • Erica Pinkett (Season 3) (guest star in season 2)
Lil Scrappy's friend. She appears briefly in the second season as a flirtatious potential employee at Drew's sneaker store, much to the chagrin of Traci. In season three, her potential romantic interest in Scrappy ignites a feud between her and his girlfriend, Bambi.
Rasheeda's friend. Harper is a singer and former member of Dirty Money. She is the wife of Tony Vick and has three children by him, Meshach, Noah and Savannah (who was born after her time on the show). Noah's birth was documented in the fourth season of the show, after which Kalenna suffered from postpartum depression. She identifies as bisexual and her relationship with a woman, Ashley, was featured in season three.[36]
  • Dawn Heflin (Seasons 3–5) (guest star in seasons 2, 6)
Joseline's friend and booking agent. Heflin, also known as Dawn Shuntrice, Safari Heflin or Dawn Drennon, is a publicist and entertainment manager from Miami. She has a dramatic falling out with Joseline and Stevie J in the third season over their alleged marriage, although her and Joseline later rekindle their friendship. In the fifth season, it is revealed that while in prison for drug trafficking, she shared a cell block with KK. Ever since, she has had an uneasy relationship with the King family.
  • Althea Heart (Season 3)
Benzino's girlfriend, with whom he gets engaged to during the course of the series. Heart, real name Althea Eaton and also known as Thi Thi, is an aspiring singer and songwriter. During the third season, it is revealed that she previously dated Stevie J and Nikko. Later, she and Benzino have a major falling out with Stevie J and Joseline, leading to a violent altercation at the third season reunion.[33]
  • Tony "T." Vick (Seasons 3–4)
Kaleena's husband. Vick is a record producer and club promoter with nine kids to seven baby mothers, along with at least three grandchildren.[37] After his time on the show, he had his tenth child with Kaleena.
Nikko's wife. Simms is a singer, songwriter and visual artist. The fourth season chronicles her attempts to start a career in Atlanta, but because of her connection with Nikko, she ends up clashing with Mimi, Stevie J and Joseline. Later in the season, she reveals her bisexuality and begins dating model Merike Palmiste.[38] She went on to appear with Merike and Nikko as a "throuple" on WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp.
  • Ashley Nicole (Season 4)
A singer under Kirk Frost's management. She clashes with Rasheeda, who suspects her of sleeping with her husband. It is later revealed that she is a lesbian with a girlfriend.[39]
  • Khadiyah Lewis (Season 4) (guest star in season 3)
Yung Joc's assistant and real estate agent. During season three, it is revealed that she is dating Joc behind Karlie's back. In season four, she becomes his official girlfriend, igniting a rivalry with his four baby mothers.
  • Sina Bina (Season 4) (guest star in season 6)
One of Yung Joc's baby mothers. She becomes the main rival to Khadiyah throughout the fourth season. She returns in the sixth season, once again, involving herself in Joc's dating life.
Mimi's potential client. Foxx is a rapper, known as Lil' Kim's protege.[40] She is briefly managed by Mimi, igniting a rivalry with Jessica Dime.
  • PreMadonna (Season 4)
A fashion designer and entrepreneur. She is the owner of the Waist Gang Society waist trainers, popularised by Kim Kardashian and Blac Chyna.[41] She later appears with her husband Buck Thomas in the ninth season of WE tv's Marriage Boot Camp.
  • Scrapp DeLeon (Season 5) (cameo appearances in season 3, 6)
KK's oldest son. Scrapp, real name Will Cortez Robinson, is a rapper and member of the rap group Da Razkalz Cru. He is Muslim. In 2009, he witnessed the shooting death of his cousin Dolla. In 2012, he was accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of his stepfather. He, along with his mother and brother, were later cleared of all charges. The fifth season of the series chronicles the love triangle between him, Tommie and his baby's mother Tiarra. He later has a fling with Karlie. During filming, Scrapp surrendered himself into custody for a marijuana trafficking charge and as of 2016, he is incarcerated.[42]
  • Tiarra Becca (Season 5)
The mother of Scrapp DeLeon's son King. Becca, real name Tiarra Rebecca Gwynne, has four other children to different fathers. She works at a financial firm during the day and as a night-club waitress and model at night. The fifth season chronicles her feud with Tommie and her struggles with Scrapp and his mother KK. Later in the season, she pursues a romance with J-Nicks. In the fifth season finale, she reveals she is pregnant with her fifth child and has married her recent boyfriend Brian Shaw.
  • Chris Gould (Season 5)
Mimi's girlfriend. Chris was born a woman but identifies as genderqueer and a "touch-me-not".[43] Chris breaks up with Mimi halfway through the fifth season, unable to deal with the drama in her life.[44] Chris returns later in the season, revealing his desire to fully transition to male and pursue top surgery.
  • D. Smith (Season 5)
A Grammy Award-winning record producer and model. She is a trans woman.[45] In the fifth season, she clashes with Tammy over Waka Flocka Flame's comments about transgender people and later ignites feuds with Deb, Bambi and Scrappy.
  • Betty Idol (Season 5)
D. Smith's best friend. She is a singer of Colombian and African American ethnicity, mostly known for singing the hook on Rick Ross' single "Thug Cry". During the fifth season, she pursues a romance with Scrappy and clashes with Bambi and Tammy.
Karlie's boyfriend. They break up later in season five, allegedly due to her infidelity. It is later revealed that he got another woman pregnant and then got married to a third woman behind her back while they were together.[46][47] Lyfe is an R&B/soul, singer and songwriter.
  • Kelsie Frost (Season 5) (guest star in season 6)
Kirk's daughter. Frost is an aspiring rapper and Rasheeda's employee at her boutique store. The fifth season chronicles her struggles to be taken seriously as an artist by her father and stepmother.
  • Sas (Season 5)
KK's son and Scrapp's younger brother. Sas, real name Lyndon Ahlik Smith, is a rapper and member of the rap group Da Razkalz Cru. He is Muslim. In 2012, he was accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of his father. He, along with his mother and brother, were later cleared of all charges. After filming of the fifth season in 2016, he survived a gun shot to the back of the head.[48]
  • J-Nicks (Season 5)
Yung Joc's friend. He is a DJ and radio personality who rose to fame as a host of BET's Rap City. He works as a weekday radio DJ for Hot 107.9. In the fifth season, he pursues a romance with Tiarra, despite being in a relationship with Amber.[49]
  • Amber Priddy (Season 5)
J-Nicks' girlfriend. She is a stripper and urban model from North Carolina. In the fifth season, she pursues a romance with Yung Joc behind J-Nicks' back.[50]
  • Jasmine Washington (Season 6)
Kirk's former mistress. She met Kirk while working as a stripper. In the sixth season, it is revealed that she has secretly given birth to Kirk's son, Kannon, behind his wife Rasheeda's back. She is openly bisexual and in a polyamorous relationship with Rod and Keanna.[51] Joc claims to have also had a sexual tryst with her and another woman, a claim she denies.
  • Rod Bullock (Season 6)
Jasmine's boyfriend. Bullock, full name Rodney Bullock, is an music manager and friend of Yung Joc's, who has recently been released from prison for money laundering. He dated Mimi prior to her relationship with Stevie. It ended badly, with Mimi claiming he is a scammer and con artist. He is in a polyamorous relationship with both Jasmine and Keanna.
  • Keanna Arnold (Season 6)
Rod's girlfriend, who shares him with Jasmine. She is a former stripper, longing to escape her past by breaking into the skincare and beauty industry. She claims to have also slept with Kirk around the same time as Jasmine.
Scrappy's friend. Gunplay, real name Richard Morales Jr., is a rapper of Jamaican descent from Miami. He appeared as a supporting cast member for only one episode, leading to speculation that his appearance served as a teaser for the upcoming spin-off Love & Hip Hop: Miami.[52]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Extra episodes
First aired Last aired Reunion Specials
1 12 June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20) August 27, 2012
September 3, 2012
December 16, 2012
2 17 April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) July 29, 2013 (2013-07-29) August 5, 2013
August 12, 2013
N/A
3 20 May 5, 2014 (2014-05-05) August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) August 25, 2014
September 1, 2014
September 8, 2014
N/A
4 19 April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20) August 17, 2015 (2015-08-17) August 24, 2015
August 31, 2015
N/A
5 18 April 4, 2016 (2016-04-04) July 25, 2016 (2016-07-25) August 1, 2016
August 8, 2016
N/A
6 18 March 6, 2017 (2017-03-06) July 3, 2017 (2017-07-03) July 10, 2017
July 17, 2017
May 1, 2017
May 10, 2017

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
1 1 "The "A" List" June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) 1.92[53]
2 2 "Pregnito" June 25, 2012 (2012-06-25) 2.84[54]
3 3 "Kiss & Yell" July 2, 2012 (2012-07-02) 2.81[55]
4 4 "Scrappin'" July 9, 2012 (2012-07-09) 3.39[56]
5 5 "No Receipts" July 16, 2012 (2012-07-16) 2.69[57]
6 6 "No Apologies" July 23, 2012 (2012-07-23) 3.53[58]
7 7 "Therapy?" July 30, 2012 (2012-07-30) 3.21[59]
8 8 "Three's Company" August 6, 2012 (2012-08-06) 3.34[60]
9 9 "Loyalty Card" August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13) 3.17[61]
10 10 "Smoke and Mirrors" August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20) 3.71[62]
11 11 "Reunion – Part 1" August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27) 4.10[63]
12 12 "Reunion – Part 2" September 3, 2012 (2012-09-03) 4.40[64]

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
13 1 "Back in the A" April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) 2.94[65]
14 2 "She Loves Me Not" April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29) 2.86[66]
15 3 "Dinner Beef" May 6, 2013 (2013-05-06) 3.06[67]
16 4 "He Said, She Said" May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) 3.06[68]
17 5 "Baggage" May 20, 2013 (2013-05-20) 2.85[69]
18 6 "Making a Scene" May 27, 2013 (2013-05-27) 2.46[70]
19 7 "N.Y. State Of Mind" June 3, 2013 (2013-06-03) 2.81[71]
20 8 "Come to Daddy" June 10, 2013 (2013-06-10) 2.96[72]
21 9 "The Keymaster" June 17, 2013 (2013-06-17) 3.20[73]
22 10 "A Failed Test" June 24, 2013 (2013-06-24) 3.12[74]
23 11 "Mistake at the Lake" July 1, 2013 (2013-07-01) 3.23[75]
24 12 "Turnt Up" July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08) 3.49[76]
25 13 "Up in Flames" July 15, 2013 (2013-07-15) 3.59[77]
26 14 "Boriqua" July 22, 2013 (2013-07-22) 3.66[78]
27 15 "Lord of the Rings" July 29, 2013 (2013-07-29) 4.14[79]
28 16 "Reunion – Part 1" August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05) 4.19[80]
29 17 "Reunion – Part 2" August 12, 2013 (2013-08-12) 4.12[81]

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
30 1 "The Next Chapter" May 5, 2014 (2014-05-05) 3.76[82]
31 2 "Leaked" May 7, 2014 (2014-05-07) 2.64[83]
32 3 "The Results Are In" May 12, 2014 (2014-05-12) 3.21[84]
33 4 "New Help" May 19, 2014 (2014-05-19) 3.41[85]
34 5 "Party Foul" May 26, 2014 (2014-05-26) 3.00[86]
35 6 "What's Your Position?" June 2, 2014 (2014-06-02) 3.58[87]
36 7 "The Past, My Ass" June 9, 2014 (2014-06-09) 3.48[88]
37 8 "Change of Course" June 16, 2014 (2014-06-16) 3.89[89]
38 9 "Three Way, No Way" June 23, 2014 (2014-06-23) 3.83[90]
39 10 "A Bullet in the Arm" June 30, 2014 (2014-06-30) 3.79[91]
40 11 "Round and Round We Go" July 7, 2014 (2014-07-07) 3.75[92]
41 12 "Release Day" July 14, 2014 (2014-07-14) 3.88[93]
42 13 "Life Happens" July 21, 2014 (2014-07-21) 3.93[94]
43 14 "Loss for Words" July 28, 2014 (2014-07-28) 3.43[95]
44 15 "Blast From the Past" July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31) 2.15[96]
45 16 "La La Land" August 11, 2014 (2014-08-11) 3.69[97]
46 17 "Over and Out" August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) 3.90[98]
47 18 "Reunion – Part 1" August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25) 3.98[99]
48 19 "Reunion – Part 2"[100] September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01) 4.06[101]
49 20 "Reunion – Part 3"[100] September 8, 2014 (2014-09-08) 3.72[102]

Season 4 (2015)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
50 1 "The Danger Zone" April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20) 3.54[103]
51 2 "Say Goodbye" April 27, 2015 (2015-04-27) 2.96[104]
52 3 "Rehabilitation" May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04) 2.65[105]
53 4 "Cuffed Up" May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11) 2.80[106]
54 5 "Rumor Has It..." May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18) 3.12[107]
55 6 "Face the Music" June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01) 2.57[108]
56 7 "Three-Ring Circus" June 8, 2015 (2015-06-08) 2.59[109]
57 8 "The Truth Hurts" June 15, 2015 (2015-06-15) 2.67[110]
58 9 "I Deserve" June 22, 2015 (2015-06-22) 3.00[111]
59 10 "Friends With Benefits" June 29, 2015 (2015-06-29) 2.96[112]
60 11 "On the Road" July 6, 2015 (2015-07-06) 2.93[113]
61 12 "Blast From the Past" July 13, 2015 (2015-07-13) 1.85[114]
62 13 "Revenge" July 20, 2015 (2015-07-20) 2.97[115]
63 14 "Countdown" July 27, 2015 (2015-07-27) 2.94[116]
64 15 "Doing Me" August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03) 2.79[117]
65 16 "Bait and Switch" August 10, 2015 (2015-08-10) 2.94[118]
66 17 "I Do" August 17, 2015 (2015-08-17) 3.32[119]
67 18 "Reunion – Part 1" August 24, 2015 (2015-08-24) 3.35[120]
68 19 "Reunion – Part 2" August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31) 3.41[121]

Season 5 (2016)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
69 1 "Of Kings and Queens" April 4, 2016 (2016-04-04) 2.85[122]
70 2 "Full Disclosure" April 11, 2016 (2016-04-11) 2.75[123]
71 3 "Daddy's Home" April 18, 2016 (2016-04-18) 2.82[124]
72 4 "Blackmail" April 25, 2016 (2016-04-25) 2.67[125]
73 5 "Watch Your Back" May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02) 2.73[126]
74 6 "Mother of All Problems" May 8, 2016 (2016-05-08) 1.75[127]
75 7 "Playing With Fire" May 16, 2016 (2016-05-16) 2.85[128]
76 8 "Common Ground" May 23, 2016 (2016-05-23) 2.79[129]
77 9 "Free At Last" May 30, 2016 (2016-05-30) 2.29[130]
78 10 "Final Goodbye" June 6, 2016 (2016-06-06) 2.69[131]
79 11 "Mystery Solved" June 20, 2016 (2016-06-20) 2.72[132]
80 12 "Lovers or Friends?" June 27, 2016 (2016-06-27) 2.71[133]
81 13 "Funny Business" July 4, 2016 (2016-07-04) 1.87[134]
82 14 "Confessions" July 11, 2016 (2016-07-11) 2.71[135]
83 15 "Heart to Heart" July 18, 2016 (2016-07-18) 2.81[136]
84 16 "Final Outcome" July 25, 2016 (2016-07-25) 2.64[137]
85 17 "Exposed & Unfiltered – Part 1" August 1, 2016 (2016-08-01) 2.66[138]
86 18 "Exposed & Unfiltered – Part 2" August 8, 2016 (2016-08-08) 2.46[139]

Season 6 (2017)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
87 1 "Who's Your Daddy" March 6, 2017 (2017-03-06) 3.21[140]
88 2 "Family Matters" March 13, 2017 (2017-03-13) 3.08[141]
89 3 "Sister Wives" March 20, 2017 (2017-03-20) 2.73[142]
90 4 "In With the New" March 27, 2017 (2017-03-27) 3.08[143]
91 5 "War and Peace" April 3, 2017 (2017-04-03) 2.78[144]
92 6 "Frenemies" April 10, 2017 (2017-04-10) 2.90[145]
93 7 "Grapes of Wrath" April 17, 2017 (2017-04-17) 3.14[146]
94 8 "In Due Time" April 24, 2017 (2017-04-24) 2.92[147]
95 9 "Bachelor Bash" May 8, 2017 (2017-05-08) 2.50[148]
96 10 "Up in Flames" May 15, 2017 (2017-05-15) 2.29[149]
97 11 "Keep It Real" May 22, 2017 (2017-05-22) 2.51[150]
98 12 "Jamaican Flavor" June 5, 2017 (2017-06-05) 2.67[151]
99 13 "Jamaican Me Crazy" June 12, 2017 (2017-06-12) 2.60[152]
100 14 "Reality Bites" June 19, 2017 (2017-06-19) 2.69[153]
101 15 "When All Else Fails" June 26, 2017 (2017-06-26) 2.50[154]
102 16 "The End Is Near" July 3, 2017 (2017-07-03) 2.34[155]
103 17 "Reunion – Part 1" July 10, 2017 (2017-07-10) 2.71[156]
104 18 "Reunion – Part 2" July 17, 2017 (2017-07-17) 2.73[157]

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