“Round two, fight!”
We’re back with the second installment of the Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood reunion, which is just as wild as the first. The finale episode picks up where the last left off, as Nicki & Masika faced off for the 199th time. The two ladies re-visited the situation that initially brought them together: their love triangle with Mally Mal. The producer joined the set and addressed everything once again, which didn’t get very far. In fact, it actually almost turned into a showdown between he and Yung Berg. While this rumble would’ve added a much-needed element of interest to this particular feud, it didn’t get that far.
One feud that did seem to go the distance a few times during the season, was that of Moniece vs. Amanda. Joined by Fizz, the three graced the stage to talk about their ongoing issues throughout the series. This actually turned into a pretty bad look for the promiscuous ex-girlfriend, and a hilarious one-man show starring Cameron’s mother. With Fizz by her side, Moniece took this opportunity to troll Amanda to perfection. The comic relief rolled into the next storyline, which involved Omarion and the two women in his life. In a tension-less discussion, things got weird pretty quickly, as the awkward discussion about the MMG singer’s anatomy became the topic. We’ll just jump ahead to the next piece, cool? Cool.
What’s a Love & Hip-Hop reunion without a hundred heated exchanges and punches being thrown?! Enter Ray J, Princess, Teirra, Morgan and Hazel, as the turn-up portion of the show began. Once a family type of relationship between Willy Ray Norwood and his publicist, now seems like an irreconcilable situation. With an endless amount of arguing between them and Princess, everything came to a head after Brandy’s brother asked Princess to knock Morgan out. The fight ensued, but was quickly broken up. It concluded a very tough segment for the publicist, as it seemed like it was her against everybody on the show.
But not to be outdone, the tides quickly turned once Berg and Masika joined the crew on stage and completely stirred the pot. In the midst of an explanation of what exactly the “love pentagon” is, the rapper-turned-producer disclosed some interesting information. He mentioned that he and Teirra did in fact have a physical relationship. Completely shocked by this news, the songstress claimed that this was a lie, which was rebuffed by both Berg and Masika. And the usual punching bag to all the controversy, Hazel E, just sat back and laughed as the man she “obsessed” over was now the subject of a war of words between two women she doesn’t particularly care for.
Mona Scott-Young wrapped the show with Nia and Soulja Boy talking about their relationship, and the plastic surgery conversation with all the young ladies. We’ll just let you guys watch for yourselves.
Check back with us next week, as Love & Hip-Hop: New York will be back on the 15th.
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