Last night on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Season 3 Episode 14, the women reconvened in the latest installment of this year’s reunion.
If you watch Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood online, you know there’s been no shortage of drama this season to rehash, so let’s get to it …
Masika decided she was done and bolted towards the audience, but Nina Parker convinced her to stay to try and resolve things. Masika then took a seat with the audience.
It seems their feud is all about a song Hazel made with Fetty Wap, but Masika eventually decided to go backstage because she did not want to get involved in the drama with Hazel.
It was a mature move on her part.
After that was all said and done, Safaree Samuels and his ever changing accent came under fire.
Rosa Acosta was less than impressed by just how often it was changed.
Acosta even revealed that Samuels did not pay for dinner when he took Nikki Muddaris out on dates.
Nikki then felt the need to trash her ex-boyfriend and ordered him to get his finances in order before dating any other women.
Pretty crazy. Right?
After apologizing, Safaree then caused an argument between Nikki and her ex-boyfriend, Lil’ Fizz.
Fizz said something about Nikki being replaceable and it sent the argument into overdrive.
When that drama was over with, Willie and Shanda Denyce took to the stage to debate.
Willie revealed he didn’t want to come clean to Shanda about his inappropriate text exchanges with Kyesha because he thought his life was at risk.
Shanda noted that she was mad he made her go through all of that in front of the cameras.
Willie then denied he was ever in a relationship with Kyesha and didn’t believe her baby was his.
After that, Brandi and Masika went at it over Brandi abruptly ending Masika’s studio session with Max Boyd.
Before either woman stopped for a breath, Moniece jumped in to claim that Max has a secret child.
This cast is probably the most fractured in the franchise.
They just can’t seem to get along and that probably explains why there are a lot of casting changes for next season.
I mean, there’s no drama if none of them talk to each other, is there?
After a failed group hug, it’s a wrap.
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