Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
The “Love & Hip Hop” franchise has proven to be the most-successful show on VH1. Officially, the show has produced more long-running spin-offs than “The Surreal Life” for the network. That “Celebreality” era lasted from 2003-2009, whereas “Love & Hip Hop” 2011-present.
This eight year run has given fans a glimpse into the lives of Jim Jones and Fabolous. Also, the show reintroduced the world to Olivia, Stevie J, Omarion, and Lil Fizz. The show made stars out of K. Michelle and Cardi B, while Omarion’s 2015 comeback can be credited to the show.
K. Michelle was the first artist to rise from a reality show, as opposed to falling back on one. In 2013, she left “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” and jumped right into two successful albums. By 2016, though still popular, she returned to the show, abruptly leaving, blaming her then-label.
On the show, K. Michelle had several beefs, before moving into the flagship “New York” show, for a season. Since 2018, she has been on “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood,” where she stirred in some mess. Tonight’s episode, K. Michelle had Karlie Redd on the show, with her surrogate, leading fans to believe she’s headed back to Atlanta for the 2020 season of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” also questioning when she and Karlie Redd became friends again.
Read the tweets about K. Michelle below:
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