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Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Episode 4 Recap (Video)

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Fight

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta was full of fist fights and shouting matches this week.

Last week the VH1 hit saw Joseline telling Mimi she was pregnant by Stevie J. This week Joseline and Stevie J hit up the abortion clinic. Hours after the ordeal, Joseline broke down and cried when she got the response she didn’t want after asking Stevie J if he ever loved her. All she got was a quick peck on the nose and a consoling, “Don’t cry. Don’t cry, ok? Don’t cry. Chill. Don’t cry. I’m here for you,” from Stevie J as he assured her he would be there for her all the time.

Joseline then “laid down the law” and said if they weren’t going to be together, than the intimate times weren’t happening either. We’ll see how that pans out.

She and Stevie J were also confronted in Berkeley Park at Icon Studios by rapper Lil’ Scrappy and girlfriend Erica. This all spawned from last week’s episode that captured Stevie J trying to intimidate Erica at an event, calling her the “B” word that every woman hates. It all could have been resolved in a simple conversation, but Joseline who is “ride or die” for Stevie J stepped in verbally attacking Erica, accusing her of sleeping with Stevie…where did that come from? This came right after Stevie J told Lil’ Scrappy he wouldn’t have a problem with him calling Joseline a b**ch, because that’s what she is. The men ended up duking it out in the street, and the ladies withheld from violence by just shouting back and forth, but soon started throwing punches as well. A group of men then surrounded Stevie J and Scrappy, slowly pulling them apart. 

Watch the video below: 

Abortions, fist fights, and ruthless love stories…that’s all in one episode of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, so we can’t wait to see what goes down come the next episode!


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Socially awkward in most situations most 25 years olds would call easy, that’s me. TV is my soul mate, Music is my mistress and writing is my best friend. Without those three things, I’d be in an insane asylum calling myself Rosa Parks, refusing to sit in the back of the so called bus. I know more about pop culture and celebrities than I do about my family history, and I’d like to keep it that way. Words I live by: We´re all tiny books in one big compilation called life. Some of us will wait for what seems like forever for our climactic part to come. Others will have a romance novel their entire life. Or maybe one filled with just adventure. Or one that is a poetic tragedy. Then, there are those that will have best sellers. You know, the ones that everyone wants to read and base their versions on? Don´t forget the little paperbacks sold at the carwash that only a select few will ever lay eyes on. We´re all born with the power to either take what was written for us or choose our own adventures.

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