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Scrapp faces his sentence while his loved ones ponder their future; Mimi and Stevie go on a road trip in hopes of uncovering the truth; and Joseline makes a confession. Later, D. Smith confronts Scrappy about his insensitive post on social media.
Tammy's forced to face the truth after Waka's indiscretions are made public; Joseline defends her marriage; Stevie works with one of Joseline's rivals; and Joc violates the bro code. Later, J-Nicks and Tiarra take their relationship to the next level.
Stevie and Joseline celebrate moving to the next level in their relationship in the Season 3 opener. Also: Kirk and Rasheeda's relationship is tested; Scrappy's love interest runs afoul of Momma Dee; and Waka Flocka pledges to be faithful to Tammy.
A quest to expose Stevie J and Joseline continues. Elsewhere, Momma Dee plays mediator to the dueling Erica P and Bambi; Kirk is blamed for Rasheeda's studio slump; and Joseline discovers that Tammy has been stirring the pot with trash talk.
Tammy and Waka reach a milestone. Elsewhere, Stevie receives a new ultimatum from Joseline; Scrappy's bid to make amends with Erica Pinkett results in a battle royal; and Benzino takes his relationship with Althea to the next level.
A sex tape is released to uneven reviews. Meanwhile, Kirk throws an "apology party" for Rasheeda, but the bash takes a bitter turn when Karlie faces Althea; Scrappy tries to rectify a situation; and Joseline puts Stevie in an unraveled state.
Yung Joc juggles a new love with an old flame; Rasheeda receives some alarming information from Kirk's new artist; Nikko solidifies his business relationship with Mimi; and Joseline returns just in time for Stevie's dramatic exit.
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- Premiered: June 18, 2012
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Romance, struggle and competition amid Atlanta's music realm are charted in this reality spin-off from "Love & Hip Hop." (more)