K Popstarz is weighing in on the brash Ms. William's opinion on VH1's totally scripted hit…and it's not a nice one! Wendy allegedly said, "First of all Rasheeda, you and Kirk are ratchet for drumming up this story line, right here. Okay? Cuz you know what you're doing, cuz Stevie and my Puerto Rican princess, Joseline [Hernandez], were the popular couple. And you and your husband, or whatever you wanna call that animal, you all did this as a plot to get popular on that show. It's a shame what people will do to stay on this reality tv."
Comparing the show to Keeping up with the Kardashians, Wendy continued, "This is worse than the Kardashians. This is got to be the most ratchet [of] all reality shows on tv. It is disgusting but I cannot stop watching. Let me just say this. None of you all call, I don't want you to come on the show. It's just that I do watch, but you're not suitable guest(s) for the show, except for you my Puerto Rican princess Joseline."
One, do you think that any of the cast members from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta should get the boot from the show? No? Me neither. However, apparently we will be bidding farewell to two of our favorite dramatic reality stars.
The big question–are they two that you could live without on this crazy phenomenon? And how did this come to be? Would you be shocked to find out that the pair allegedly got fired on the spot while filming this season's reunion show last week?
Well, I can't say I'm shocked to hear that Rasheeda and Kirk Frost won't be trying to work things out after his televised menage a trois. I honestly thought that it was scripted for Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta drama, but even so, it was incredibly, INCREDIBLY inappropriate.
Not surprisingly, I'm not the only one who thinks Kirk is a big ol' ball of jackhole. Rapper Nicki Minaj, who is a huge fan of the show, wasn't very happy with Kirk's behavior…and she did what any normal celebrity would do–she took to Twitter to air her disdain for the married reality star.
It's no secret that one of my guilty pleasures is the cray-cray drama of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta. But, if I'm going to be totally honest, trying to figure out Lil' Scrappy's secret language is something I look forward to each Monday. I honestly think that if I could get Shay to go away (man, she bugs!), Scrappy and I would be the best of friends.
Sure, he may not be in the running for Father of the Year, but there is something about Scrappy that is so endearing. Now, he's won my heart over even more as he's planning to start preaching sobriety and clean living to teens. Don't even try to tell me it's PR. I don't care. I lov-is-nigh-ee it!
People in the spotlight will never learn. Sure, Kirk Frost may not be Jay-Z or Brad Pitt, but he needs to watch what he's doing when there are photographers around. He is, after all, a married man…although he may not be for long!
The Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star was recently caught on camera getting very cozy with some ladies that aren't his pregnant wife Rasheeda. Of course, the couple has long been plagued by rumors of infidelity given he questions on the show whether it's his baby.
Let's take a quick poll, shall we? What would you rather watch–the original Love & Hip Hop or the astonishingly crazy, can't look away train wreck that is Love & Hip Hop Atlanta? I don't even need to tally the votes. VH1 needs to learn that if it's going to air a scripted, polished soap opera while calling it a reality show, we need to see more craziness a la Joseline. Am I right?
While most viewers are politely watching this season, I can't help but think that they are doing so out of respect for the new member of the L&HH franchise. If we're going to watch fake reality television, the network should be decent enough to give us more ridiculous drama. Is that asking too much? Apparently not…read on!