Love And Hip-Hop Season Two: A Reflection
I must say that Love And Hip-Hop season two was a doozy for me. Olivia was still dealing with the bi-polar personality in regards to her music verses her actual feelings. I felt that once she is able to show her real emotions then her music quality will get better. Yandy was my least favorite lady on the show. She was always complaining but sometimes I felt that she has forgotten how amazing her life is. If I worked with Busta Rhymes I would focus on making money instead of arguing over old news. Out of all of the ladies this season Somaya had to be my favorite. Instead of fighting, she decided to take her own career in her hands. Plus, she did a great job at her showcase. It was wrong for Olivia to still hold an old grudge against her for a past mistake. Like Somaya said they are both in the same boat in regards to their music careers. It would be amazing to see them work together. But knowing how strong their personalities are I can’t see that happening.
Chrissy also had a better experience this season. The man she loved Jim Jones finally woke up and realized how good of a woman she really is besides her amazing fighting ability. But what also really bothered me was the fact that Kimbella and Erica became the major focus of the season. You would think that the both of them with their diva personalities would get along fine. It really did just the opposite it may it seem like the classic stereotype of that women of color can not work together. I think that LaLa’s Full Court Life is the only show on VH1 that shows women of color in a good light.
Now that season three is going to feature Lore’l and some of the previous cast it will be interesting to see how they all get along.
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Posted on December 30, 2012, in Reflections and tagged busta rhymes, celebrities, classic stereotype, drama, entertainment, jim jones, love and hip hop, love and hip hop season two, real emotions, reality show, vh1. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.