The longer this season of Love & Hip Hop goes on, the more I like it. Seriously. There is something inherently amusing every last one of these people, and last night's episode was no exception. Let's get started, shall we?
Amina Buddafly just can't wrap her head around the fact that Peter Gunz would cheat her. It's so shocking to think that the man who cheated with you and married you on the sly and still spends the night with his ex is actually having his cake and eating it too. I'm totally floored. She's meeting with a friend to rehash the recent events, and said friend is horrified to learn that Amina has thrown her wedding ring in the trash. Amina is devastated, as she's never been happier or felt more connected to anyone until Peter. However, she's not about to let keep Peter cheating on her for years and years…she'll just let that happen to Tara Wallace. Her friend thinks Amina looks weak and foolish even entertaining the idea of forgiving Peter.
Alicia talks candidly on the show about fearing her sentencing on the embezzlement charges stemming from her husband's crooked trucking business. While she will learn her fate on Monday, last month her husband was sentenced to seven years for murder conspiracy and witness tampering. As if facing jail time isn't enough, now the feds want to get their hands on her earning from Mob Wives! I can only imagine what Big Ang will have to say about that!
Kim Kardashian did a little shopping at Barneys New York yesterday afternoon. Hopefully she was there to exchange her top for one that's a size or two larger…
Kim has been having a blast showing off her trimmed down body, but she's still apparently employing Mariah Carey's stylist, whose motto is "the tighter, the better". It's too bad because this is honestly a cute outfit and her post-baby body is looking good, but it just doesn't fit her body type well. We've had our suspicions that she's doing it this purpose to give us all something to buzz about.
Take a peek at Kim's two-piece, too-tight ensemble below!
Well, we all know that Real Housewives of New Jersey can be slightly, um, polarizing, right? In general, I think fans have the strongest feelings for this group of women, whether they are loyal to the core fans or staunch haters. The ladies of the Garden State can certainly bring out the emotion in their viewers!
That was made abundantly clear recently when a local restaurant allowed Bravo to film scenes for the show. The Fresco Montclair was hoping that posting photos of filming on its Facebook page would bring with it some publicity…and boy did it!
Interestingly none of the parties in question tweeted about being at SUR, or posted any photos. And given Brandi and Lisa Vanderpump's very public falling out, it's kind of surprising they'd hit up Lisa's restaurant!
Maybe they were hosting a dinner party from hell where they all confront Lisa about being too awesome and classy with Jeff there to mediate?!
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Joyce confesses to People that she is surprised by her experiences because as a fan of the show prior to joining she definitely had preconceived opinions that turned out to be completely wrong!
"I'm not gonna lie and say I never watched the show. I did watch the show," Joyce admits. "It's a guilty pleasure."
And because of that Joyce went into it believing the ladies would act a certain way. "For example, I thought Kyle [Richards] was gonna be a terrible person, but I really like Kyle," Joyce acknowledges. "I thought Brandiand I would get along great. I thought 'Wow – this girl is honest. I love honest people.' And actually, I couldn't dislike her more."
NeNe calls B.S. on the whole thing, "Please show me where in this episode I acknowledge that I knew her back in my Athens days. I'm still waiting. You haven't found it yet? It doesn’t exist!"
She continued, "Let me remind you once again, I don't practice lying, and in this case there's no need for it. What would I get out of saying I didn't know her if I did know her? Here's the story for hopefully the last time. Chuck, Phaedra, and I are all from Athens, Georgia. Did I know Phaedra when I was in high school, NO! I say clearly on this episode that I am the class of ‘85. Chuck says he's the class of ‘88 and the innocent Phaedra is the class of ‘89. Think about high school! It's generally 9th grade through 12th grade. When I was a senior in high school that means Chuck was a freshman, right? Phaedra would have been in 8th grade at that time, right? I left Athens at 18-years-old. I have lived in Atlanta longer than I have lived anywhere."