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The second installment in VH1's "Love & Hip Hop" docu-soap franchise takes to Atlanta the tale of striving for stardom in the rap game while trying to survive relationship and family struggles. The cast includes Mimi Faust, the ex-girlfriend of Grammy-winning producer Stevie J; up-and-coming Latina rapper Joseline; Trinidadian R&B singer Karlie Redd; singer-songwriter K. Michelle; and Atlanta rapper Rasheeda. The competition to take the next step in the careers of these fiery women is fierce, and they're not about to let any obstacle -- be it personal or professional -- stand in their way.

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Coronavirus cases in Atlanta explode leaving everyone wondering how they'll make ends meet; all hell breaks loose when Akbar comes face to face with her many enemies at Spice's pop up shop.
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Bambi breaks the news to Scrappy about baby number two, leaving Momma Dee feeling left out of the palace; Kirk and Rasheeda pick up the pieces when Kirk Jr is released from prison.
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Karlie and Sierra have an emotional heart to heart on the ski trip; Shekinah and Spice's feud rages on; Shooter's messy love triangle goes up in flames after Cheyenne and Ki'yomi come face to face; Sierra catches BK cheating.
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The ski trip gets off to a dramatic start as the ladies take pregnancy tests.
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Rasheeda decides to whisk the girls away for a ski trip, but a Frost family crisis gets in the way; Sierra and Shooter are also in crisis when their daughter is assaulted at school; Alexis opens up about her traumatic past.
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Akbar goes to war with Light-Skin-Keisha over her throne as queen of Atlanta; Scrappy and Bambi seek peace for their family, but their moms have other plans in mind; newbie Kiyomi Leslie is on the scene; and Shooter juggles his messy love life.
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Former besties Karlie and Sierra are left reeling after their brawl; Bambi has it out for alleged homewrecker LightSkinKeisha; Stevie uncovers Mimi's deep seated abandonment issues; Scrappy worries Momma Dee is drinking again.
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There's trouble in paradise for besties Sierra and Karlie; up-and-coming rap superstar LightSkinKeisha is on the scene with her man by her side; Karlie and Alexis bond over a shared enemy, and Scrappy continues to fear for Momma.
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Kirk and Rasheeda's 20th anniversary party goes left when Alexis Skyy comes for Karlie; Sierra fights for her freedom; Joc is horrified when Kendra asks him to get snipped; Momma Dee is in a health crisis.
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The crew dives deep into the release of Scrapp Deleon; Akbar lets it all out when confronting Shekinah; Tokyo discusses her battle with depression.
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Pooh finds herself in the hot seat as the cast gets together with host Nina Parker to wrap up a season filled with drama.
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Mimi and Faith get caught up in Stevie and Ty's beef; Joc plots a happy ending with Kendra; Scrappy comes to terms with his car accident; Pooh and Sierra collide at Spice and Akbar's session; Karlie arrives at a crossroads.
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Karlie and her daughter collide with Pooh and her daughter at Rasheeda's event; Joc digs himself a deeper hole with Kendra; Scrappy struggles after a disastrous family get-together; Tokyo opens up to her mom.
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Kendra gets wind of the scandalous rumors about Joc; insensitive comments spark an emotional argument between Spice and Shekinah; Tokyo goes missing; Scrapp struggles to break the cycle; Akbar finds common ground.
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Drama erupts at Kirk and Rasheeda's seminar; Ty questions Mimi's relationship with Stevie; the mothers of Joc's children weigh in on Kendra; Pooh and Akbar link up to take down Shekinah; Scrapp debates his next move with Sierra.
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Karlie and Mo's issues boil over at a dramatic therapy session; Shekinah uncovers a scandal at Joc's salon; Stevie leads Scrapp and the guys on an outdoor adventure; Rasheeda sets boundaries with Jasmine.
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Spice races from Africa to Trinidad for her performance at Machel Monday; Rasheeda blasts Kirk after a shocking discovery; Pooh makes one last attempt to squash the beef with Karlie.
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Conflict erupts between Joc and Kendra at an all-night rave in Trinidad; Karlie introduces the crew to her family; Pooh drops scandalous new receipts; back in The A, Stevie comes face to face with Scrapp for the first time.
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The crew arrives in Trinidad; Karlie checks Tokyo and Shekinah; Joc, Kirk and Scrappy go on a jungle adventure; Pooh airs out Karlie's dirty laundry; Akbar and Scrapp help Che through a personal crisis.
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Spice invites Karlie, Joc, and friends to Trinidad; Sierra tries to broker peace between Tokyo and Akbar; Pooh fights to clear her name; Scrapp helps put on a charity benefit; Shekinah handles business for Che.
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Tokyo and Akbar clash at their showcase; Karlie goes after Kendra and Bambi as she spirals out of control at the cabin; Erica tries to make peace with Scrappy; Pooh hosts a disastrous cocktail party.

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