VH-1 finally wrapped their third season of Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta with the last episode of the reunion. Part three began with the sex tape scandal involving Nikko and Mimi. While virtually the entire cast perceives Nikko to be a liar and manipulator, the music producer stuck to his story about not leaking the sex tape of he and Mimi. Naturally, the story about his marriage is used as a prime example of his very sketchy past. The subject of the tape opened the floor for more truth, as Karlie Redd admitted to recording a tape with Young Joc. Redd stated that she wouldn’t release the tape for money, but she’d do so out of spiteful revenge.
Not to be outdone, Kalenna and Ashley spoke on their very interesting relationship and how it evolved into more than just a friendship. “A**ley” as she’s affectionately known, provided a bit of a surprise by stating that she’d never been involved in a threesome with Kaleena and her husband Tony, and that she’d be preserving that for her future husband.
Finally we get to the portion we’ve all been waiting for. We catch up with Stevie J, Joseline, Benzino and Althea. The two couples are seen giving two separate interviews one week after the fight at the reunion taping. However, during the interview with Benzino and Althea, the Hip-Hop Weekly Owner lashed out at the show’s executive producer Stefan Springman. Zino’s attempt to fight Springman went unsuccessful and cooler heads eventually prevailed. After the two couples gave their recap of the incident, Stevie J & Joseline were asked about their marriage. In what appeared to be a masterful job of trolling, the two maintained their story of the marriage being real.
In a bit of a surprise, Stevie J. agreed with many of the cast regarding Joseline needing to seek professional help for her anger issues. Hernandez scoffed at the notion and thinks she’s calmed down immensely since season one. She also shot down the rumors of having a drug problem, and merely stated that she smokes marijuana.
The show concluded with both Stevie and Benzino saying that their relationship has gone beyond a state of repair.
While fans will have to wait and see how true that turns out to be, they won’t have to wait much longer for more Love & Hip-Hop. A new season of the series begins next Monday September 15, with the show relocating to Hollywood. You can catch the super-trailer here.