“It’s my party, and you’re not giving me an apology? And you still want to talk about me? F*** no! Hell no!” – Kimbella talks about Chrissy on “Love and Hip Hop” season 2.
The thing I really like about “Love and Hip Hop” is that the emotion of the people on-screen is often raw. And whenever anything is raw, it typically appears to be real.
Sure, what we could be watching is scripted drama, but I don’t *think* so. If it is, forget nominating actors from shows like “Sons of Anarchy” and “Breaking Bad”—Chrissy, Olivia, Somaya, and Emily deserve to sweep the Emmys.
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“Love and Hip Hop” was chock full of memorable moments and impactful quotes (I’ll get to those later), but let’s talk about what’s going to widely be talked about around the water cooler on Tuesday morning.
The on-going Kimbella and Chrissy feud.
At a party thrown by Kimbella for Emily (trying to get onto Emily’s good side following what went down on the season premiere), Chrissy walked in on male and female strippers (and sadly for her sake, missed the part where Kimbella’s hair caught on fire).
Kimbella took Chrissy aside and wanted an apology for Chrissy’s actions from earlier in the season, but Chrissy wouldn’t give her one. In fact, Chrissy suggested that they both stay away from one another. In Chrissy’s mind, its widely known they both don’t get along, so why force an issue that doesn’t need to be forced?
Based on the preview for episode 5 though, that doesn’t sit well with Kimbella at all, who is hell bent on getting an apology from Chrissy.
Yeah. Good luck with that, Kim.
Here are a few memorable quotes from last night’s very tearful episode of “Love and Hip Hop”:
- “You don’t even know me.” – Kimbella, who is bothered that Emily continues to judge her off her past behavior.
- “It was built up frustration.”– Emily, who essentially gave a toast to Kimbella last week calling her a ho.
- “I’ve had Wendy Williams pick on me. I’ve had Flex pick on me. So this is why my guard is up.” – Olivia, talking about why people think she appears to be guarded and people don’t fully know and understand her.
- “I really hated my mom, Yandy.” –Olivia, who recalls a disturbing childhood that involved her mother leaving negative letters under her door everyday.
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