The Love & Hip Hop Cast Think “Lames R.” is a “B—h” For Pushing Snoop: “Who Raised You?”

"Anybody ever tell you to never put your hands on a female?"

Popping ish to one another happens and while everyone should defend themselves, the fact that James put his hands on Snoop has everyone looking at him crazy for doing that cornball move.

In this week’s Check Yourself for Love & Hip Hop, DJ Self is confused as to what James R. is promoting, his face or his music. Bianca is pleased that she didn’t pull up at that party because it looked trash to her. The craziest part of the whole party to Jaquae was that there was no hookah. (Typical uptown man.) The guys did attend, but in looking back, Self has no clue why they mobbed to this function. There are many things wrong with this video release party and Bianca Bonnie breaks it down.

1. How are you having a video release party when no one heard the record?
2. No one even knows that son did music.
3. The video girl, Sophia Body, didn’t even show up.

Doesn’t sound like much of a party to her. Mariahlynn pulls the karma card in learning Sophia didn’t come. Jaquae has to stop the track, because he doesn’t understand anything James is singing and adds that the song on a whole is a vibe killer. Bianca personally would like to rename the track from “Bad Girl” to “Bad Song.” When James R. calls Snoop the opps, Bianca’s jaw literally drops. Who raised James? A man should NEVER put his hands on a female. This whole situation just tells the rest of the cast that DJ Self was right in dubbing the man Lames R.

Oh and for those who don’t know, the opps is a wild disrespectful way to call out an enemy or the “opposition” so you see why Snoop got so riled. Thems fighting words. Don’t miss an all new Love & Hip Hop, next Monday at 8/7c!

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