LHHATL Reunion Show: Love & Hip Hop Drama: Joseline Beaten Up By Athea, Mimi Gets Jumped?

MediaTakeOut.com’s spies were in the building yesterday for the FIRST installment of the Love And Hip Hop Atlanta Reunion. And it was CUH-RAZY!! This post contains LOTS of spoilers, so STOP reading if you don’t want to know what happens – this post is 100% FACTS!!

First off, everyone was EXTRA TURN’T Up at the show. We’ve never seen anything like it. Everyone was there ready to GET IT POPPIN. Especially JOSELINE, who appeared to be HIGH OFF COCAINE from the time she got there, until the time she left.

There was plenty of ARGUING amongst the cast members, but things really got CRAZY when Joseline started arguing – first with TAMMY. The two ladies were going back and forth, when all of a sudden Joseline RAISED UP and tried to GRAB Tammy. Waka’s mother Deb Antny was there and the two ladies BEAT JOSELINE’S AZZ – and RIPPED OFF HER WIG.

The producers STOPPED TAPING to get order, and during that break Joseline went in the bathroom – and how can we say this lightly – POWDERED HER NOSE.

When they returned to filming JOSELINE turned her AGGRESSION towards Benzino’s fiance ALTHEA. But Althea wasn’t having it. We’re told that Joseline ran up in her face and got PUNCHED DEAD IN HER EYE. Joseline went down in the fetal position, holding her eye – and yelling “OWWW, I’m blind.” Producers STOPPED TAPING AGAIN and administered AID to Joseline black eye. But Josleine refused to be taken to the hospital. Expect photos of her with a F*CKED UP EYE to hit the web any minute now.

Police were called to the set and filming was stopped for some time, but it then RESUMED.

Despite getting her AZZ BEAT TWICE Joseline was still on stage trying to FIGHT FOLK – this time she turned her RAGE towards MiMi. We’re told that Joseline RAN UP ON MIMI and knocked her down. But as the two ladies were STRUGGLING on the ground – STEVIE J got into it and held down MiMi. We’re told that while Stevie was HOLDING DOWN MiMi – Joseline gave her a GROUND AND POUND and knocked her UNCONSCIOUS. We’re talking SLEEP . . . ZZZZZZ.

An ambulance was called to the scene and MiMi was RUSHED to the hospital. We’re told she’s in STABLE condition.

Oh, and they ain’t FINISHED taping the show yet either. The taping will CONTINUE today!!! Trust when we tell you there will NEVER be a reunion show like this – EVER!!!


Your Black History: Did You Know that Dr. King’s Mother was Assassinated?

by Dr. Boyce Watkins

Most people know the amazing stories about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  They know about his most famous speech, his legendary marches and some of the principals by which he lived his life.  What most people do not know is what happened to his family.  There are stories about the numerous tragedies endured by the Kennedy family, but after reading this, you might know that the King family gave nearly everything in order to make the world a better place.

Shortly after Dr. King’s death in 1968, Martin’s brother Alfred became co-pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where his father and brother preached.  In July of 1969, just a few days before his 39th birthday, Alfred was found dead in a swimming pool in my hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.  The case was ruled as an accidental drowning, but many speculate something more sinister might have happened.   According to his father, he was a good swimmer.

Alberta King, Dr. King’s mother, was shot and killed in 1974 while playing the organ at her church.  The shooting was allegedly done by a 23-year old black man by the name of Marcus Wayne Chenault.  Chenault didn’t give any reason for the shooting, except to say that “all Christians are my enemies.”

Martin’s father, who was his greatest inspiration long before he learned from the teachings of Gandhi, lived a long life, dying at the age of 84.  Martin Luther King Sr. was the kind of black man who should be leading every household: He was strong, disciplined and believed intensely in the value of education. Most importantly, he taught his son that his greatness should not be used to simply make himself rich, but instead, it was to be used to empower his community by fighting for justice and equality.

The trauma endured by the King family is just one indicator of the sacrifices made by those who have fought for the freedom of African Americans over the last 400 years.  Ever since the first runaway slave had the courage to try to get off the plantation, we’ve learned that the battle for equality is not glamorous, easy or rewarding.   We also know that our people will never advance if we accept the handicaps of ignorance, greed, or other forms of self-destruction.

Finally, we know that the best way to celebrate the work of Dr. King is not to simply march in his honor and attend King Day parades every year.  It is to commit ourselves to the fight against racism, poverty and other forms of inequality in every way we see fit.   In other words, we must be as radical and dedicated as he was, and never give in to mediocrity in our individual or collective lives.

Teach this lesson to your children and DON’T EVER let them forget it.  There is a Dr. King inside all of us.

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