Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta 1.10 Preview – It’s Stevie J’s Bus. You’re Just Riding On It.

Mark O. Estes August 18, 2012 0

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta - Stevie J., Mimi, JoselineAll the tomfoolery, the arguing, the fighting, and the blue and red lights have led up to this. Monday marks the season finale of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta where we will say goodbye to Stevie J, Joseline, Scrappy, and Mimi until VH1 officially renews the most-talked about series for a second season. With the show bringing in a steady average of 3.5 million viewers every Monday night, it would be asinine for VH1 to not reap the benefits of their latest ghetto drama which has captivated millions across the board. So, LHHATL detractors? Get your life, because this show is here to stay.

On to other pressing matters… Yesterday, VH1 finally released the 8-minute sneak peek of the Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta finale, and if these first few minutes of the episode are any indication, drama will know no boundaries as ultimatums will be made, relationships tested, and Stevie J will take douchebaggery to a new level. Here are the first eight minutes of the season finale of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta:

 

While many things about this clip stuck out to me like a thumb-less hitchhiker, Stevie J. showing up to the therapy session with an “I Am God” T-shirt on took the prize for the most bizarre thing I have ever seen on reality TV so far this year. Not only was it bold, brash, and overly narcissistic, but it also gave a resounding message to both Joseline and Mimi when it comes to the trio’s situation: Stevie J’s driving the bus. Mimi and Joseline are just the passengers. Oh his daughter will be so proud of him when she sees this 12-20 years from now…

Or, she might be mad as hell at Mimi for even staying with Stevie after making such bumptious demands. Yep, if you do not read the blogs, both Mimi and Joseline are still seen around town with this jackhole, on separate occasions of course. Either way, Stevie J might be a punk, but Mimi is becoming an ass for even putting up with his crap. At least Joseline knows what the deal is and doesn’t care as long as money is still flowing her way. Tsk, tsk, tsk. Sick, sad world we live in today…

What do you all have to say about the first 8 minutes of the Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta finale?