By: Taren Vaughan
The Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunion show was one that many people were on pins and needles waiting to see. With all the heavy rumors floating around pertaining to the show, one of the biggest ones being the alleged K. Michelle Rasheeda Fight, viewers were finally going to get the answers to all of their burning questions. Tonight marked the first episode of the cast reunion. And after K. Michelle and Karlie Redd went at each other for a minute, the K. Michelle Rasheeda drama unfolded and the Lil Scrappy Stevie J. Fight was revisited again, the show shifted the attention towards Mimi, Stevie J. and Joseline. Mimi and Stevie J’s relationship, one that Joseline was mixed into as she became involved with Stevie beyond a manager-artist level while he was still with Mimi, has been on display for the last few months each and every Monday night. And as their relationship became public business, the opinions of outsiders have constantly been rolling in, with many people taking shots at Mimi for continuing to deal with Stevie. Mimi has maintained her composure pretty well through it all, with the exception of dragging a few people here and there on Twitter. But it seems like Mimi is really fed up with the negative comments that keep getting thrown her way. And shortly after the reunion show aired, Mimi let her true feelings show on Twitter and decided to set the record straight again, loud and clear, dragging Joseline in the process:
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Mimi also adds that Joseline is no threat to her at all:
The final outcome of Mimi and Stevie J.’s relationship is still in question as there is one more reunion episode coming our way.
And hours later, she makes an appearance on Living The Life, Jermaine Dupri’s video show, and it’s clear she might have had too many drinks (or just be extremely angry from her Twitter Mentions), but she then proceeds to go off on everyone who has an opinion about her “situation” with Stevie J. Be warned, this isn’t safe for work, as there will be many “b-tches” and “f bombs” from an obviously very angry Mimi Faust.