By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
“Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” season two ended on a high note considering everyone is still talking about Stevie J.’s rather interesting take on “life partners.” As you all know who watched the show this season, Stevie and Joseline became “exclusive” after Mimi Faust finally hopped off the bus and began dating Nikko, but Joseline’s obsession with getting married got her played on national television. Just moments after Stevie gave Joseline a ring and told Joseline she was his “life partner,” he then turned around and gave Mimi a ring, telling her he wasn’t leaving her out of the”life partner gang.” This of course can only mean the reunion show will be an explosive one, as the whole cast is known to save the best drama for the reunion specials.
Interestingly enough, one of the major storylines of the season involving the troubled marriage between Kirk Frost and Rasheeda has been rumored to be fake, and Rasheeda didn’t help the rumors any when she didn’t deny it.
But we’re thinking authenticity is the last thing on Mona Scott Young’s mind considering for the first time ever, “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” has wrapped up the season as the most watched cable show of the summer. And the season finale for season two pulled in over 4 million viewers. Rhymes With Snitch reports:
The season finale of Love and Hip Atlanta pulled in its highest ratings this season…
Over 6 million viewers tuned in to watch the Love and Hip Hop Atlanta season finale helping make LHHA the #1 cable reality show of the summer among adults and women age 18-49.
There’s no word yet on just who will return for season three, but since some of the storylines probably can’t go much further, we’re expecting some people who have been on the show since season one to get the boot. Mona did recently admit she’s a fan of changing up the cast to keep things interesting.