LHHATL Season 8 Episode 5 Recap & Video Clips

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LHHATL Recap: Jasmine Confronts Kirk Amid Parenting Criticisms + Tokyo Points out Hypocrisy

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

On last night’s episode of “Love And Hip Hop Atlanta,” Kirk attempts to bypass Jasmine and talk to her mother and grandmother about his concerns about Kannon’s upbringing.

However, Jasmine shows up and defends her parenting.

She also wonders if Rasheeda is the one pulling strings.

Mimi and Spice continue to clash over colorism. Regardless, Spice moves forward with her plans to get her message heard.

And Tokyo and Sierra remain at odds over Sierra’s insistence that Tokyo loses weight.

Here’s a recap of “The Skin You’re In.”

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    April 16, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    Tokyo has a point. It’s not fair for you to criticize someone else’s weight when you hopped on the table to get the smaller size you have.

    Kirk and Rasheeda need to go on with this storyline. They have been eating off this Jasmine storyline for like five years now. And the audacity of criticizing her parenting when Kirk just started seeing the child on a regular basis.

    Spice’s storyline is straight booty cheeks. Being light skinned for a day doesn’t eliminate colorism but it does give her some short term attention and a storyline which I think was the real purpose of her doing it.

    Overall, this season has just been okay.

  2. Queen

    April 16, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    Jasmine didn’t even have Kirk’s phone number. And he will only talk to her mother and grandmother. If you ask me, neither has room to criticize the other’s parenting. They are both a mess. Rasheeda too.

  3. Im Sayin

    April 16, 2019 at 2:12 pm

    Spice is pretty. I think Mona is trying to make all her shows focus on serious issues right now. On LHHNY, they talked about postpartum depression and the foster care system. Now on LHHATL they are talking about colorism and obesity. Although I appreciate that, all of her shows have gotten so boring.

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