Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 3 Episode 14 Recap: Stevie J Hates Mimi So Hard

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On Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 3 Episode 14, Benzino posed a question to his good friend Stevie J about his relationship with Joseline Hernandez:

Who, exactly, is wearing the pants in this relationship?

If Joseline Hernandez is calling the shots, you wouldn't know it lately. No matter what this clown does, he worms his way right back into her good books.

If you watch Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta online, you know:

  • Stevie has nude pics of on his phone that aren't Joseline
  • The two are probably fake-married and not legally wed
  • She believes Stevie J slept with Althea, Benzino’s fiance
  • Benzino placed Mimi on the cover, not Joseline

Fortunately for Stevie, all he has to do is make a video for her and all is right with the world again. Way to really stick to your guns there, Joseline.

Elsewhere, Stevie J, still bitter over the Mimi Faust sex tape, reportedly told Mimi in a note that “Karma’s a bitch” after her DAD DIED. A class act.

Ariane tries to talk to Stevie J about the situation and doesn't help whatsoever. Once again he can't resist taking a cheap dig at her dead father.

“Did he have a heart attack after seeing the tape?” Stevie says.

She thinks Mimi made the tape as revenge, a theory he disputes since Nikko is Stevie J Lite, as he put it, and they both feel Mimi needs an intervention of sorts.

Well, that should be extremely entertaining if nothing else.

Meanwhile, Karlie Redd is back with Yung Joc, who insists he's no longer banging Miss Piggy. Erica flirts with Scrappy but says there's no reconciliation coming.

Scrappy then runs into Yung Joc, who is with Piggy, the realtor lady. We see Karlie go to confront the Yung one and the scene is cut. Not scripted at all.

Waka Flocka and mom Deb Antney had a heart to heart about the rapper getting married without a wedding, and she patches things up with Tammi Rivera.

Pregnant Kaleena is told to stop stressing and banging.

You know, for her unborn child's sake. Doctor's orders.

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