Last night I got to attend the premiere party of VH1′s new reality series Love and Hip Hop Atlanta. Â The party was at Frank Ski’s one of the top wine and food lounges in Atlanta. Shout to CakeCafeAtlantaÂ the cake was great!!!
All of the castÂ membersÂ came out to watch the first of the 10 episode show that is about to change all of their lives. I can remember like it was yesterday being there for the beginning of RHOA, Football Wives, Tiny and Toya, and CollegeÂ Hill Atlanta. Â It’s going to be crazy how these people that you never knew will become part of everyday conversation.
In the first episode we will not know who’s going to take over the show, but Stevie J and Meme are going to make some noise for sure. Â And please be advised they are going to go in and I know that Atlanta and all the people in the city are going to be talking. Â But instead of hating letsÂ congratulateÂ them and check them out this season.
The show is definitely filled with drama.
All of Mona’sÂ partnersÂ and some of the top execs from VH1 came out to support the show, I defintely had a great time.
Mona Scott came out to introduce her new group of girls. Â The event was hosted by V 103 radio/tv personality Egypt Sherrod.
While I was there we were entertained Â with a performance by Stevie J’s new artists Benzino who is also a co-owner of one of the best magazines out, Hip Hop Weekly shout out to Dave Mays.
Â Also was in the building Lil Scrappy, his girlfriend Erica Dixon is about to bring that heat.
The talented songbird K.Michelle was in the build
Phaedra Parks, and Apollo came out in support of her good Friend Mona Scott, and Rasheeda. Â Phaedra , who also does a lot of legalÂ documentationÂ for reality show wasÂ recentlyÂ in the news. Â Just so ya’ll know, the rumors of her and Apollo splitting were not true. Â The two were happily doing what couples do off in the corner enjoying their timeÂ together.
We were sworn and signed 40 million dollars in paperwork, so i cant tell yall to much about the show other than drama drama drama … LOL
Â Wait till yall meet â€œMomma Dee.â€
I will just say it was a diverse group of women and men.