Things We Learned From ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’


1. Hoes are winning. [Note: The entire cast is not included under the term “hoe”]
It might not be fair to throw such a term around, especially at other women of color. But after watching the first episode, it’s clear that side chicks and insecure women will do a lot for money and status. Stevie J finds himself juggling his live-in girlfriend Mimi and his “artist by day, side chick by night” Joseline. You might say the women are to blame here, but Stevie’s no innocent bystander.

Wealthy men are always said to want their cake and eat it too, but we never suspected Mona would find such a blatant threesome to play out this scandalous scene.