Forward Love & Hip Hop, there weren’t too many more controversial relationships than the fiasco that went down between Yung Joc and Karlie Redd. During the first part of the Love & Hip Hop: An Unfolding Mystery special Yung Joc and his new partner, Kendra Robinson, got into a heat exchange with Redd.
What is ‘Love & Hip Hop: Unlock Secrets’?
Love & Hip Hop: Unlocke Secretsd is a truly unique reunion. This is the first time the franchise will feature members from the four main series (Love & Hip Hop: New York, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood and Love & Hip Hop: Miami) together.
Here is the official description according to the network’s press release:
For the first time in franchise history, iconic Love & Hip Hop members from all four cities will come together to reflect on an unprecedented cast film, behind-the-scenes mysteries, intrusion deceptive, big break and look back on the most memorable and unreleased drama tours from New York, to Atlanta, down to Miami and Hollywood.
The four-part special is hosted by Kendall Kyndall. Topics to be considered include Mendeecees’ reunion with Yandy Smith-Harris for the first time since her release from prison, Ray J and Princess Love talking about the their current situation, with Erica Mena and Safaree Samuels talking about their relationship.
Yung Joc said he was not about to let Redd say that about Robinson. “I have to give it to you because every now and then, you’ll get one in,” he continued. “And I don’t want to let you get through with any of them.”
Robinson also defended herself and said if there was another Kendra, they wouldn’t match her. “You’re naming someone else who got me a title company, a clothing line, a lawyer, her own law firm,” she said. “So if it was another Kendra, it would be so bad a * sb *** h to the point that I probably didn’t even get through.”
Love & Hip Hop: An Unfolding Mystery they will continue on the air for the rest of the month. The entire sequence is expected to return to VH1 later this year after being delayed due to coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.