Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Is Back: Kirk Is a Nasty Thot and Folks Can’t Keep Out of Joseline’s Womb

Midway through the last season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, I started to hear Beyoncé’s voice: “I’m through with it/Through with it (love)/I’m finally giving it up.” While I love my Negro telenovelas, the previous season was not up to par. It had a bunch of new folks whose problems I didn’t care about, and in terms of…

When It Comes to Being Reality TV’s Most Likable Bad Guy, Stevie J, You Are the Father

Steve J is a likable scoundrel. The famed producer-turned-infamous reality star has seemingly long been a womanizer, but very few people who open up the messier parts of their lives to a judgmental television audience still manage to come across as so affable. It is a testament to Steven Jordan’s personality, which is…

#IStandWithJoseline: Why Part 2 of the Love and Hip Hop Reunion Was a Trifling Mess

As Labor Day weekend came to a close and I finally managed to get the last bit of baby powder out from behind my ear from the last night’s fete (it’s a West Indian thing), my good homegirl reminded me that my favorite weekly stories were blessing me last night with the second part of the best TV trilogy this side of …