“What do you get a man who has everything?” Tiny wonders at the beginning of this episode of T.I. And Tiny: The Family Hustle. It’s Father’s Day and, as much as she wants to do something nice for her husband, the only things he wants (a plane, a Bentley, or a Rolls Royce) aren’t really things she’s willing to shell out for right now. You know, recession and all.
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Per usual when it comes to these types of shows, the vibe behind the scenes at the taping of Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta‘s reunion was all about madness. This cast had not a second to spare when it came to getting dressed, going through hair and makeup, indulging us blog folks with some interviews and, in an exciting new twist, also getting interviewed by our special correspondent for the day, Funky Dineva. And all of that happened before they shot the two-part reunion on stage for nearly eight hours straight.
Between our peeks into their dressing rooms to check in on the cast (and of course, their wardrobes), and the even more intimate access that on-set photographer Rowena Husbands had, we got some amazing pictures of the cast and set on what proved to be an exhausting, insane, contentious, thrilling day.
[Photos: Rowena Husbands/BlinkOfAnEyePhotography.com and VH1]
For further proof that T.I.‘s family is no different from my family or any other, for the first few minutes of the premiere episode of season two, the man spends time begging his children to stop playing their video games and on their phones and go outside for some fresh air.
He’s not very successful at it, unfortunately, so he calls a family meeting. Read more…
The cast got down to the nitty gritty in part two of the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunion. Stevie J finally answered whether or not he was in a relationship with Joseline. Joseline basically admitted she was only here for Stevie’s beef cake and money. Shay and Erica bumped heads over Scrappy. The proposal! And Momma Dee‘s is always entertaining with her over the top antics. As the popular question goes: Are you not entertained? Yes! We certainly were. Here are the thirteen most outrageous moments from part two of the reunion.
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Tonight on the Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion, there was definitely tension in the air between the other threesome on the show, Erica, Lil Scrappy, and his “homie,” Shay. All season long, Scrappy juggled the two women, but things came to a head at the reunion when Shay walked off the set after Scrappy expressed his loyalty to the mother of his child, Erica.
And then things took an even more shocking turn when he pulled a ring out of his pocket and handed it to Erica. We were so happy for the couple when we watched this play out, but we definitely know there are some Shay loyalists out there who weren’t thrilled at all. So tell us, are you happy for the newly engaged couple, or did you have other hopes for them? Take our poll and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
[Photos: Rowena Husbands/BlinkOfAnEyePhotographyOnline.com]
Tonight’s the night for another Face-To-Face After Show featuring the cast of Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta! Join us at 9 p.m. ET right here, as soon as the reunion wraps up on the East Coast, we’ll be talking to Lil Scrappy, Erica, Shay, and Momma Dee to find out what the heck just happened on air. The chat will also feature VH1 Blogger Bene Viera and our special correspondent Funky Dineva (whose reunion interviews have been the highlight of our week), so be sure to tune in to the reunion and log on to your computer (unfortunately, this Spreecast chat is unavailable on mobile devices), for your own chance to speak directly with the cast after their volatile, dramatic appearance at the reunion.
This past Friday night, Evelyn Lozada appeared on Nightline to break her public silence over the recent physical confrontation and subsequent divorce between herself and new husband Chad Ochocinco.
In an emotional interview with the ABC News show, Lozada describes their fight in detail, saying “He grabbed me by here and he head-butted me. I felt blood coming down my face… and I looked at him and I said, ‘You just head-butted me?’ And it just — everything just felt if it was in slow motion.” She also goes on to address those critics who doubted her story or even suggested she deserved or instigated the violence. Lozada says through tears, “It’s a little unfair. Whatever the perception of me is on Basketball Wives, that doesn’t justify what happened that day.” You can watch the entire Nightline clip right here.