In this week’s Check Yourself for Love & Hip Hop Hollywood the cast is in shock at Shun Love and her behavior. Seriously, the woman snatched off her own daughter’s wig to swing on someone. No, not in the “yasss, sis!! Snatch my wig with that ’fit!” way but in the literal, removed the entire unit way.
In watching the scene where Brooke reveals herself as the “Marcus” who catfished Amber, no one can believe that Brooke actually did that. As things got heated, Shun Love’s disrespect towards Bridget was unnecessary to Misster Ray, but that removal of that 26″ Peruvian wavy gave him life. “I ain’t never seen no s—t like that,” even La’Britney can admit, but she gets why that was the weapon of choice. “The wig looked a little stiff so it looked like it would shank a b—h.” As crazy as all of that was, a word of advice from Donatella: “B—h, take off your own wig before taking off your daughter’s.”
Meanwhile, Brooke may be a sneaky mofo for starting all of this commotion in the first place, but the Aires in Misster Ray would’ve swindled Amber Diamond too. That “hey Zaddy” text response Amber sent to “Not-Really-Marcus-It’s-Actually-Brooke” has the cast sure that “Marcus has been putting deposits” in Amber’s diamond instead of his fiancée’s. Brooke’s better than Misster Ray, because he would not be cool with another “heaux” texting his man at all.
Normally mothers would tell you to “not be a side b—h,” but Shun Love is clearly on a different type of time. Some are convinced that “Mama’s trying to pimp [Amber] out,” but La’Britney is all here for the “F–k getting laid, she’s trying to get paid” movement. It’s all about the benjis and Brit can’t be mad at that.
Don’t miss the season finale of Love & Hip Hop Hollywood next Monday at 8/7c!