The ladies of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta continued their fight for love on this week's episode. As Mimi Faust and Rasheeda continued to work on their long-term relationships, Karlie Reed and K. Michelle explored new prospects.
Joseline Hernandez is really trying to move on. Joseline made good on her promise to continue on with her career with or without Stevie. After booking her own photo shoot in the last episode, Joseline continued to make her independence known by also booking alone time in the studio. While Joseline was busy making second-rate music in the studio, Stevie was busy delivering third-rate vocals on stage. Stevie surprised Mimi Faust with a song about their troubled relationship. After hearing Mimi's hurt-filled reply, they both agreed to see a therapist.
While Stevie J and Mimi were trying to reconcile their relationship, K. Michelle was trying her best to move beyond her previous one by going on a date. After an entertaining date with pro football player Stevie Baggs, K. Michelle quickly had lunch with an old college ex to discuss the details. He pointed out that K. Michelle might be having trouble keeping a man because she's consistently going after the wrong type of men.
Viewers' favorite couple might be ending one chapter of their relationship. Rasheeda and her husband/manager Kirk Frost have been going at it since their premiÃ¨re episode. Instead of falling victim to the stress of the recording industry, Rasheeda proposed that they end their business dealings and work on their relationship as husband and wife. Hopefully this decision will end their drama. They have to make itÂ—they're too cute together!
Karlie Reed and Benzino's relationship looked like a fabricated mess from their very first introduction. Show producers have given more screen time to the show's pivotal relationships which makes Karlie and Benzino's fling seem so unbelievable. They just met, now they're moving in together, and by the looks of previews for the next episode, Benzino might be popping the question soon. Say yes, girl! You two might just need each other to secure a spot on season two.
During their therapy session, viewers learned more about Stevie and Mimi's history. Mimi was isolated from her mother when she joined the Church of Scientology and Stevie never actually knew his mom. This moment was not only a light bulb moment for them, but for viewers as well. Maybe by learning how their pasts have influenced their relationships, Love and Hip Hop Atlanta's most troubled couple can finally find peace together or apart.