Watch Waka Flocka, Yung Joc and More Return in the ‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ Season 6 Trailer
VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta will return for its sixth season in less than two weeks, and as you should've expected, chaos is about to ensue.
The latest season of the star-studded reality show will see all of the usual suspects back to the antics that make their show must-see TV. Joseline Hernandez will continue to focus on developing both her music and acting careers while also struggling make Stevie J accept that he's the father of their daughter.
Meanwhile, Kirk and Rasheeda Frost are back on the scene for this year's season. The only problem is the nasty rumor that Kirk cheated on Rasheeda with Jasmine Washington. Is the rumor true? We're not sure, but we're more than certain this will be an issue at some point during season six.
In the trailer for the forthcoming seaon of Love & Hip Hop, we also see Yung Joc get berated for allegedly having a threesome. You can see some of that confrontation towards the beginning of the trailer below.
Other sources of controversy in season six of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta will come from Tammy Rivera working through her marriage with Waka Flocka. Last year, she admitted that the Georgia rapper had in fact cheated on her, but in a December interview with Bombshell by Bleu, she explained that she hadn't given up on her husband.
“My husband is a good man,” she explained. “He’s a great man, and I think in today’s society everything is so disposable. Times are not the same, women nowadays you know they say oh let me just do this, I can go out and find me another man, niggas ain’t nothing. You know, all of that, and I get it. But then on the other side you have men who aren’t growing up with fathers.
“Not making excuses for men to cheat, but you have men who never seen what a household is supposed to look like — my husband was never in a married household. He didn’t know."
Fans can see how Tammy, Waka and the rest of the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta cast work things out when season six premieres on Mon., March 6 on VH1.
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