Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Recap: The Wrath of Tommie Lee
By Maximum PC 0
Last night on VH1’s hit Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 6 Episode 7, Tommie’s friends questioned the LTV of her business decisions.
(Long-term value, that is.)
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Meanwhile, Joseline and Stevie faced off in court after it became clear that one of them was lying … now there’s a jaw-dropping shocker.
If you watch Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta online, or read any celebrity gossip sites for that matter, you know Stevie J and Joseline’s history.
Yes, it can be hard to keep track of and it can shift quickly, but these days, with the arrival of their baby, they are in a pretty good place.
For now. As we said, things are always tenuous.
While Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 6 Episode 7 was being filmed, though, Stevie and Joseline were going at it in public – and in court.
He wanted Joseline take a drug test, while she wanted a paternity test to establish that Stevie J is the father … even if that’s disappointing.
Having learned that he’s the dad, Stevie seemed pretty much okay with it, despite the fact that he’s already $ 1.3 million behind on support.
Joseline seemed a little disappointed, from what we could tell. Almost makes you wonder if she was hoping it belonged to Young Dro.
Regardless, bit players Jessica Dime and Tommie Lee got plenty of screen time this week, with the latter launching a new wine line.
The wine is called Le’Don. It’s an ironic business pursuit given her obvious substance abuse issues, but hey, whatever gets her on camera.
Karen “KK” King, the mother of Tommie’s incarcerated ex Scrapp de Leon, suggests that perhaps this is not the best business idea.
Tommie insists it is, vowing to drink it in … but only figuratively. She’s looking forward to consuming positive energy, etc., not the product.
At her launch party, Yung Joc, Scrappy, Lovely Mimi, Mimi Faust, Rasheeda Frost, Karen, Tammy Rivera and Jessica Dime all appear.
She is overcome by the emotion and the magic of this transformative moment in life, but will the positive vibes stay positive for long?
What do you think? Do you even have to ask?!
Tommie, who was arrested earlier this season following her attack on Joseline, is not happy to see Dime cozying up to her rival.
Not only is she jealous and petty, but a little bit paranoid (or a lot bit paranoid), calling Dime an “informant” who will narc on her.
Obviously, this leads to a tense confrontation in which drinks are thrown, words are exchanged and security earns their salaries.
Tommie and Dime are some of the most violence-prone stars among a cast full of such characters, so this scene felt somewhat inevitable.
Staged and contrived? Very possible. But as we said, it’s like putting oil and water in a room together and lighting it on fire, or something.
Anyway, Tommie’s estranged mom also shows up after Dime gets thrown out, which Lee is also not happy about, so stay tuned there.
On the undercard, another fight occurred between Moriah and her former boss Sierra, who is pissed about Moriah’s dalliance with Shooter.
Moriah tries to say Shooter was drunk and fondling her, which makes Sierra even angrier, which makes Moriah even more defensive.
It’s a vicious circle.
Once again, the security guys earn their paychecks this week, while elsewhere, Waka Flocka is trying to reconcile with Tammy Rivera.
He’s moved back in, though they aren’t sleeping in the same room. His mom Deb tells him that if he really wants his marriage to work, well …
Dude has to stop cheating on Tammy. The truth hurts.
Tammy’s daughter, meanwhile, really wants her to get back together with Waka Flocka. Rivera is unmoved, though, or at least hesitant.
“How do I know he’s sorry?” Tammy says, to which her daughter replies, with apparent seriousness, “I trust him which means you trust him.”
Whatever Waka Flocka did to earn that sort of support from such a valuable ally, we’re not sure … but do you think they’ll work it out?