He can barely walk through an Atlanta restaurant, grocery store or his son’s pee-wee football game and not be noticed. When I look at some of my old interviews, I was just angry. I thought some of the shots I took at Em and maybe his fam and his daughter was definitely out of order. As time goes on, you look at things different, you start looking at things through your kids eyes, and like I said, you just start really appreciating your surroundings and understanding who is around you and just because you feel that way, you don’t have to be Paul Revere and scream it out to everybody.
He gets dap from fans of the show – men, women, old and young – and those who saluted him the day we hung out with him all expressed an appreciation at the balance he brings to the show. I know nobody likes to think or talk about it, but that’s why I think what Stevie’s done is so groundbreaking, because it really provokes thought and conversation on a subject that everybody looks at as taboo. I mean, I’ve pretty much gotten close with the whole cast now and they’re all really, really great people. Instead of a cast member that you might’ve already known or heard recordings, it’s like you now are a part of this person from the beginning. I was angry and I didn’t know how to express my anger other than lashing out.
The drama and heartbreak continue on the new episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,’ with Waka Flocka Flame having a hard time saying goodbye to his brother, Joseline wanting a divorce and more.
After announcing Atlanta’s newest restaurant and nightclub, Sleazy & Zino Bar & Bistro, Stevie J and Benzino are finally ready to celebrate the grand opening of their latest business venture.
Kirk runs into Karlie at her new man’s showcase, and asks her if she’s cool with Joc running so many “businesses” as he carves out multiple silhouettes of curvacious women.
Then he candidly let’s her know that he’s glad she’s moved on because Zino has as well.
Looks like Love & Hip Hop Atlanta’s resident bachelor has landed a reality show.
The 47-year-old rapper and publisher (he and business partner David Mays formerly ran The Source, now they run Hip Hop Weekly based out of Atlanta), is finding some newfound fame thanks for a hit VH1 show called "Love and Hip Hop Atlanta". Because he’s an incredible lyricist, he’s a great influence on the culture and he should be able to express himself the same way anybody else should.
” Here’s the full message posted by Althea in a text graphic followed by her caption: I’m so sick of the fights for NOTHING. Lol your a clown and your disrespectful to me as the mother of your child! When you let someone keep treating you the same way over and over again it’s not them it’s you. I ain’t NEVER gonna feel or let someone make me feel LESS THAN. If you are for some reason really pulling for Althenzino, then I suppose you might could be optimistic about the fact that Althea has since deleted the post.
If you got a problem of my past you should have never dragged me this far. Now I’m only accepting true love and happiness and that ain’t with you because we would have been married.
Benzino announced his new show, tweeting: No word on when the show will air but casting is set to begin soon with potential contestants sending in home video submissions. Years ago, the New Yorker was in extremely high demand on the video model scene, but since she’s done some light-weight acting.
This has been disputed by Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta co-star K.
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta fans are going to be floored to hear that Benzino and Althea Eaton have been fired from the show and won’t be included in season 4!