Everyone has leveled up since debuting on Love & Hip Hop Miami. Don’t me let me tell it. Watch below!
In this web exclusive, Amara speaks about her grind and how blessed she’s been since gracing our screens. I mean, she was featured in Essence and Rolling Stone. Bobby Lytes marvels at the fact that he’s getting recognized everywhere he goes now. “In the end it got heavier” for Gunplay but he’s appreciating the actresses in his DMs. Veronica Vega is better serving her fans but do you know who has the realest experience since being on the show? Trick Daddy. It’s not the travel or the bank account that switched up for him; it was really his neighbors. “Neighbors that didn’t speak to the rapper Trick Daddy will talk to the Trick Daddy from Love & Hip Hop and they let me in the gate without my ID.” EL-EM-AYE-OH!
And of course, you know Trina is straight. Life is amazing for these folks and you can watch them live it on new episodes of Love & Hip Hop Miami, Wednesdays at 8/7c!