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Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 2

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VH1's most drama-filled series of wacky ridiculousness is back, and this season we've got some new players.  Lord help us all!  Last night was the much anticipated premiere of the second season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, and it did not disappoint.  Stevie J is just as creepy as usual, Benzino's head is still far too big for his body, and the ladies are all still making pretty horrible life choices.  Well, all the ladies except for Joseline Hernandez…she's too busy keeping it real—real crazy!

The episode starts with a full on shower scene starring Mimi Faust.  As she primps for the day, she admits to cleaning house, and I assume she means both literally and figuratively.  Of course, Mimi walks out of the bathroom and Stevie J and their daughter in bed together.  Mimi explains that it's not what viewers think.  She crashed at Stevie's the night before and Joseline (who lives there) stormed in and disrespected little Eva.  As the former couple cuddles in bed, they discuss the previous night's events, Mimi tells Stevie that she doesn't want Joseline around her daughter.  It's settled.  Mimi will start staying at Stevie's house to serve as Joseline repellent.  She's not ready to commit to him just yet…she'll just live with him in the meantime.  Way to be strong, Mimi!

Erica Dixon and Lil' Scrappy are living together and planning their wedding, but Erica wants him to cut down on his swag.  According to him, his swag is at the tenth level, while Erica believes his labels need to be on a budget.  Scrappy spends $2000 a month on clothing, but he's willing to compromise on a wardrobe budget of $1200…sometimes.  Am I wrong, or was he behind on child support last season?  Is a Gucci label more important than providing for his child?

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