Want to know what the cast didn’t get a chance to say during Part 2 of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion special that aired?
We have the exclusive commentary dissecting the details and events that led up and followed the notorious Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta fight, as seen from the various vantage points of several of the cast members including Rasheeda, Karlie, Ariane, Kirk, Kalenna, Tony, and even Tammy.
Read how Kalenna remembers it all from beginning to end.
I’m siting on the couch, I’m rubbing my belly and sh*t, kind of upset because my makeup wasn’t the way it was supposed to be and my hair didn’t come out the way I wanted and I’m like f*** it, this is my first reunion, I’m going to have fun. I’m sitting here with my beautiful husband, who cares?!
All of a sudden I see Stevie J and Benzino and they’re kinda putting on this show. And the security guards come up and I’m like, ’Okay, great, this is like Barnum & Bailey’s, this is great we’re really getting a show!’ And then all of a sudden the Wolverine from X-men came out across the damn stage and just bodied Althea and I was just like, ’Oh my god, that is not Joseline that is the Wolverine, himself. He’s going ham.’
Everything else from there was just a blur to me – it just broke out into small fights. What I was confused about was how Joseline was able to get to so many different places – like she went from Althea to Tammy,then Deb was in it, Bambi was in it, then Althea again, and then going down the hall it was Mimi – it was just so much confusion going on. All I could do was grab my little baby bump and go stand in the crowd with the fans. And I was just thinking, ’God forbid anything was to happen,’ because I rode off the couch just in time.
All I can say is this was my first season on the show, my first time meeting everybody and it was embarrassing. For me to come fresh off my music high to say, ’I’m going to do reality TV and it won’t be so bad.’ I won’t be the girl to get a candle thrown at her or jumped on. I won’t jump on anybody else, we can laugh it out – have a real conversation. It was just embarrassing for my parents and the people I convinced to watch and keep an eye out for me to see all of that.
[Additional Reporting done by Damian Bellino]
Check out what the cameras captured below: