Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta – What You Didn’t See From Episode 1.9 “Loyalty Card”

This week’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta dealt with enough drama with its cast (the aftermath of the Stevie J, Mimi, and Joseline therapy session that Jerry Springer would kill for, Rasheeda questioning K. Michelle’s past with Memphitz, and Karlie Redd and Benzino’s relationship problems) that it still didn’t have enough room for certain scenes that didn’t make the final cut. So Monday after the episode aired, VH1 released those three deleted scenes featuring more shenanigans from the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta crew that you probably didn’t get a chance to see just yet.

Unlike last week’s four clips, two out of the three released this week were irrelevant to the overall pace of Monday’s episode and belonged on the cutting room floor. I will get to those in a minute. However, the other scene VH1 released featured Joseline speaking to her parents after the conversation she had with Dr. Jeff Gardere mentioning how they pretty much neglected her while she was growing up. Reality show clips featuring familial problems are always tough to watch, and this one was no different. With that said, I’m still wondering how Joseline’s mother understood most of what Joseline was saying, but not reply in English…

Tough stuff there. The producers probably cut the emotional scene due to K. Michelle’s storyline taking the cake and the ice cream in the “Seriously Deep” department this week.

Now the tomfoolery, because Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta has a gravitational pull to such things in life as foolishness. This time is no different in this clip as Stevie J and Benzino continue their conversation in the strip club, which turned from clearing their minds of their relationship problems to… wanting to open up their own strip club, because Stevie is always looking for the next chick to turn into a “star.”

What is up with this cast and their bad spelling? First Mama Dee and now Benzino? The man owns a magazine and he can’t see that “love” spelled backwards is “evol?” Yes, I see his play in words, but still…

The final clip is completely random and might have taken place earlier in the season, because I refuse to believe that Scrappy and Erica went from a deeply emotional conversation to a day at the horse stables as if nothing happened. But this is Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta so… who knows?

Le sigh…

What do you think about these latest round of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta bonus clips?


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