'Love & Hip Hop NYC' Returns with Old Flames, New Drama
January 2, 2013 - 3:49 pm
'Love & Hip Hop NYC'
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The Many Loves of Joe Budden
Joe Budden is one rapper who loves to be in love. This season showcases Joey with his new flame Kaylin Garcia- if you follow either on social media you know that this duo is not shy about being outwardly affectionate and half-clothed—along wit his ex, vixen Tahiry who may be bitter about their breakup and his bestie DJ Raqi Thunda, who may or may not have a friend-crush on Joe. Phew! Catch all that?
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Rapper Consequence and his girlfriend Jen “The Pen” Bayer seem to be the ideal couple but after having their son, Caiden, it’s clear that their relationship is going through a rough patch. We catch the usually private pair arguing about how to raise their son and Cons strongly urging Jen to embrace his Islamic heritage. Can the staunch Muslim and Protestant find a happy medium?
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Kiss ‘n Tell
Former assistant to Fabolous, Winter Ramos, is breaking out on her own and writing a book about her experiences in the industry. She seems one to dish so she better spare no juicy detail about who she’s smashed in the biz. Jay-Z? Fab? Hmm...could this be Superhead 2.0?
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I Just Wanna Sing
What’s worse than one girl trying to start a singing career? Why, two girls trying to start a singing career and then fighting over the same manager. Singer Olivia still hasn’t found her hit single and this season, she’s forced to time-share her manager Rich Dollaz with Erica Mena (Yes, that chick is trying to seriously sing). Studio wars and sexual tension abound with this trio that works and plays together.