All those who were waiting for the premiere of "Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta" must have watched a very chaotic yet exciting episode on June 18. The controversial reality TV show is an Atlanta-based spin-off of the original "Love & Hip Hop" series that has premiered on VH1. The series is produced by Stefan Springman, Mona Scott-Young, Toby Barruad, Stephanie Gayle and Carlos King.
On the first episode, a lot of infidelity surfaced on screen when the doubtful relationship of Stevie J and his artist, Joseline, took a nasty turn after a fellow artist, Karlie Redd, said they were a couple in front of the mother of his child and girlfriend, Mimi Faust.
Stevie J was portrayed to be the bad guy on the show. However, people are willing to cut him some slack, especially after he admitted that he was wrong. Stevie J resorted to Twitter and gave a justification by saying, "It's only the 1st episode ladies geez! I'm the good guy.” He further said, "I lie because i dont wanna hurt her. Most guys feel the same way. I'll take all of the cussing, fussing, arguing for my love!"
Should he be given another chance? Joseline doesn’t think so, as she is extremely defensive about the whole situation. She ended up responding to the allegation of her being a stripper by saying, "Yes I (used) to Dance so f**king what b***hes. All y'all ni***s payed me and y'all daddy's n brothers”.
"Please guys is all about that check understand life or u will be broke 4 ever," Joseline further told viewers before calling Stevie J everyone's man, not just hers or Mimi's. "Lol Stevie J is every1's man so please!! Not just mines. I'm not gready I share!!! who wants him?! he will put u on 2!!"
"Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta" will continue to air Monday nights at 8 p.m. on VH1.