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Monday night on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Atlanta Season 4 Episode 15, Jessica Dime and Tiffany Fox got more screen time than ever.

Whether that made for an interesting installment is another story, but we are now fully up to date on their respective careers, for sure.

Watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 15 Online
Watch Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta Season 4 Episode 15 Online

When you watch Love and Hip Hop Atlanta online, you will see aspiring star Tiffany working with both Jazzy Pha and Stevie J on tracks.

Jessica, meanwhile, tries to bolster her own catalog. Which singer is better? Are we supposed to know? What is the payoff here?

It’s far from clear, but on a personal note, Jessica gets together with Margeaux about working together, and also meets with Tiffany.

Naturally, they are pissed at Mimi Faust, who they believe is a gossip and up to no good. Then Jess and Tiff turn on one another.

Why, we can’t really say even after watching it, but things escalated very quickly as "hoodrat" Jessica threw a drink on Tiffany.

Jessica vows to drop Mimi as a manager as she swears like a sailor outside the bar, likely giving security a little cause for concern.

These antics are tangentially connected to Joseline and Stevie J … who are hiding secrets from each other, but only work-wise?

When Joseline learns from Tiffany that she is working with Stevie J, well, she tells Stevie J that she’s working with someone else too.

Both act equally hurt but these revelations, which are bad enough to fuel a storyline and minor feud but not DefCon 3 level drama.

Meanwhile, Momma Dee is getting married and bringing Scrappy’s exes Erica and Bambi together to be bridesmaids … seriously.

“You all gotta be down with the crown,” Momma Dee tells them … but doesn’t tell Scrappy about the wedding plans, hilariously.

Oh, and Margeaux talks more about divorcing Nikko London, a.k.a. Nikko Smith, and reveals that she is in a new relationship now.

Last but not least, the Rasheeda and Kalenna fight from a week ago ends on a sad note, but with little fanfare in terms of violence.