You're watchin' "Love and HipHop: Atlanta."
Check Yourself.Season Five.
You'll be watching us......watch the show...
...for the very first time.
You'll be getting our naturaland honest reactions.
We're watchin' it with you.
The next sceneyou're about to see
is Momma Dee comin' in with herbag of tricks again.
I don't know what she mightpull out this time.
How you been doin'?
My marriage hashad its spirals.
In a good way or a bad way?
In a bad way.
I see Ernest and Shirleensittin' down together,
and I'm sittin' therelike, wow.
Ernest is over thereand Miss Shirleen.
They one on one.What is that about?
What's going onover there? Good?
(both chatting, indistinct)
What's goin' on?
You know, me and Miss Shirleen,we've been, uh--
I've been, basically,a sounding board.
You know, I don't have friends,so she's been a big help.
Didn't know howwe were gonna do.
How she should--
She gonnalighten up?.
I wish she was here.
So we won't look like the wayyou thinkin' it may be.
Yeah. You know!
Oh, Lord, here she comes!
Hey, how you doing?What's up?
So, you know, I'm rollin' up.
I see Ernest, Scrappy andShirleen at the same table
at the (bleep) same time.
So, what better time
to let everybody knowat the table how I feel?
So, I wanna apologize,you know,
for my behaviorand my insecurities
and all the crazinessthat I've done to you.
Well, see there? That's justwhat I'm talkin' about.
That's what I'm looking for.
She needs to come to hersenses at some time,
and she just did.
Kudos to Momma Dee.
I forgive you.I mean, I accept your apology.
That's good, Momma Dee.
That's good,Miss Shirleen.
But what about Ernest, man?
I did my last willand testament.Mm-hmm.
And on this sideis your part,
and I need youto read it out loud.Wow.
You know what? There's a time,a place for everything.
I mean, like, come on now.
Give a man a break some time.
Read it out loud."To my spouse.
I have taken care ofmy spouse of marriage."
'Cause I pay all the bills.He always using an excuse.
"And choose to solemnlyprovide for my childrenand grandchildren.
I give to my spouseone dollar."
Ain't that us some(bleep) right there.
Come on now, Momma Dee.You need to stop.
He can't even spend a dollarat a Dollar Store
'cause he gotta pay taxes.
And don't go and spend it inmore than one place, you hear?
Ma.Shut up, Scrappy.
(imitates whip cracking)
Here a dollar
and don't spend it all in oneplace, you hear me?
The scene you're about to seeis how Momma Dee
turns up for herperformance, man.
I ain't gonna lie, man.Soul rockin', bro'.
It got me...
♪ In that order,in that order ♪
♪ In that order,in that order ♪
Man, you know, I have beenon the stage
with a lot of people in mylifetime and my career, man,
and I gotta say it's adifferent situation
on stage with Momma Dee.
(cheering and applause)
All I'm sayin' right now is,like, damn, dude.
She done turn itall the way up.
I gotta be the one to sayI'm proud of you.
That (bleep) was so good.Really?
After all these years.
I can't stopsmiling, man.
Scrappy was definitelyimpressed,
to see the way the crowd wasresponding to his mom.
That smile wasa genuine smile.
It definitely was.
Anyway, I'm justgonna say it.
He's gonna be writin'--
See, the (bleep) ain't here.He ain't never supported me.
He still mad at youabout that will?
Yeah, he mad at meabout the will.
I don't even care if Ernestis still mad
about that one dollar bill,
because at the end of the day,
I can't keep supporting someonewho don't support me.
Well, listen, man,I ain't really--
What move you workin'?
I'm gonna tell youif you let me talk,you know what I'm sayin'?
I'm trying toget back with Bam.
(bleep), here you go.This Bambi (bleep) again.
I seen her at Tammy'sfashion show.
My heart droppedand hit my toe.You feelin' me?
You know what?
The way I see it,
as they say in Jamaica,
(Jamaican accent)(bleep) whip.
What the (bleep)did Bambi do to you
to where you cannotget over her?
She all did done show mesome real love,
you know what I'm sayin'?
Like, unconditional.Like, you know...
I kinda hurt her,
and I went to goholla at her
and she was like,"You gotta do more."
You know,at the end of the day,
I have to side with feelingswith Bam,
because I'm a woman,
and lookin' at both of them,
how can I go against the Bam
and not check Scrappy for hiswrong-doing?
Listen, I'm goin' onmy heart, for real.
Ain't nobody doin' better than"Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta,"
and that's hands down, man.
You know what I'm sayin'?Kickin' real (bleep).