Love and Hip Hop: It's the Principle!!!

Last night's episode of Love and Hip Hop left everyone with the same opinion. Yandy wants Jim and is mad that he proposed to Chrissy. As many people told her that she has no right crossing business lines, she still doesn't get it. After talking to Chrissy, her mentor, and even Jim's mother Nancy, she's still busy defending why she crossed professional lines. I am still on #teamchrissy simply because she stands for something and she's the realest one on the show. Now we all know from being in a group of girl friends, messages always get mixed. As for Olivia playing both sides of the fence, I don't operate that way. I don't care whose friend I am, I work off of right and wrong. I also know how to mind my business, no matter who tries to drag me into their mess. I also find it funny how Emily has a voice all of a sudden, but didn't have a word to say when Kimbella embarrassed her in front of her friends, hmmm.

On to Erica Mena and Kimbella.....these two are the biggest birds I've seen since Evelyn Lozada. First of all, I don't know how Erica came on to the show like a bat out of hell gunning for Kim. Second of all, I find it hilarious how mad Kim got when Erica made that comment about her man being with another girl, lol. Even if it wasn't true, now Kim understands how it felt when she did that to Emily. I find it even more hilarious how Vibe's interview of Erica was all about Kim, and yet Erica insisted on how "irrelevant" Kim is to her. I'm around girls that are full of themselves all the time, but Erica needs to crawl back into the hole she came out of. I look at Kim and Erica as two video "vixens" who sleep around the industry to gain exposure and "modeling" experience. They are both baby-mamas that trick off of celebrities, and that's it. Next week is the season finale, and I'll miss the show until next season.

Nichole Naomi

Nichole Naomi

I am a Brooklyn-born, Jersey-raised, very proud Jamaican American. I am a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with a Bachelors Degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurial Studies. I am also the CEO of Baseline Cosmetics, where make up meets music.

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