Love and Hip Hop Atlanta Season 4 Episode 1 marked the return of the VH1 sensation ... and all of the drama, insanity and wilding out that come with it.
They say Love Hip Hop: Atlanta is like Twitter: It has about 140 characters and at the drop of a hat, it's guaranteed to start drama anywhere, anytime.
Okay no one says that, but the aforementioned points were certainly true of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 1. How so? Let's recap!
The main cast in Season 4 includes a guy - Stevie J! - for the first time along with Mimi Faust, Rasheeda, Joseline Hernandez, Karlie Redd and Erica Dixon.
Tammy Rivera, a main cast member last season, has apparently been cut.
Stevie J, meanwhile, is the top dog or one of them among the male cast members - for better or worse - so his big "promotion" is hard to argue with.
So what do you have to look forward to when you watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta online? In other words, what beefs did Mona Scott Young stage?
Where do we even begin with this motley crew from the dirty south ...
Hilariously, Joseline Hernandez is “suspended” for an episode following her role in instigating the insane Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunion fight last summer.
She just happens to be away. Sure thing guys.
With the Mimi Faust sex tape behind her (and not in the sense that Nikko Smith was once behind her), she is starting her own management company.
Again, totally real, we're sure.
Speaking of Nikko Smith, his wife Margeaux admits they have an open marriage, but she was still pretty pissed about the sex tape. This may not be over yet.
Stevie J made us cringe by offering his “special sauce” to Mimi and then quips that “I’m in the danger zone,” which was the title of the episode. "Danger Zone."
More on that shortly ...
Stripper Jessica Dime came out of retirement, while Mama Dee is getting along with Erica Dixon, though Erica is fighting with Lil Scrappy over child support.
Kirk Frost works with a new artist, Ashley Nicole, at his "office," and his wife Rasheeda knows nothing about the office or the Ashley. Brace yourselves.
The good stuff, though, comes when Nikko wants 25 percent of the proceeds from Mimi’s memoir, which apparently she has, and they made a deal for.
While this is going on, Mimi grows concerned about Stevie J, whose child support and potential substance abuse issues could jeopardize their own deal.
After she tells him about the Nikko deal, Stevie approaches Nikko, who tells him he "owns" her 25 percent and wants a cool $2 million for that percentage.
Stevie J's classy response? “I’m going to "f--k" your wife.”
“You put the book out, you’re going to force my hand.”
Obviously, the two men throw down as we throw our hands up in elation about how wonderful it is to have Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta back in our lives.