So last night I was one of Mona Scott-Young’s chosen few to attend the premiere party for Love & Hip-Hop Season 3 — I’m lying. Mona probably has no clue who I am, but I was in there. So of course, I have to spill all the Brisk tea from the affair.
First of all, the event was supposed to start at 7pm, but the guests weren’t allowed inside from the polar bear pussy ass cold until 7:30pm. Apparently, VH1 was inside filming with the cast when the party should have started. I wasn’t sure if someone was editing out nipples via iMovie, but I was pissed.
Once inside, I pretended to know the layout of the Kiss & Fly nightclub and used my ninth grade drama skills to feign significance. However, once I realized they were serving free Ciroc and cheeseburgers in there, I decided to let go and be trash.
Most of the cast was already seated in the VIP area. I won’t discuss all of them, since Mona gave about 30 NYC/NJ people roles on this show, but I will say that Tahiry José came in there looking like pure sex and temptation! Her ex-boyfriend, rapper Joe Budden, showed up in a crisp suit with his girlfriend Kaylin, who looked like a half-naked genie.
My girl, Jen the Pen was there looking snatched with her man, Consequence, and I fell in love with Rashidah Ali: The Red Haired Homegirl. Erica Mena…tried her best with her alleged fiancé, Rich Dollaz, but from what I witnessed, that all seems like an act. She was hugging him like he was a newly refilled EBT card. Boo, please!
Raqi Thunda looked fabulous as well. Olivia wasn’t even there, but girl…did it matter? I’m sure you have no clue who most of these people are, but you will soon enough.
As for the show itself, they didn’t cover much in the first episode. Without spoiling anything, I will say that Joe Budden is bringing the ratchet. You can expect a big ugly fight between two of the ladies in his life on your first taste of the new season — and neither one of them are his girlfriend.
After they played us the show, I took some quick iPhone photos, said my damn goodbyes and took my black ass home. I had a blast though. You can catch the season premiere of Love & Hip-Hop on Monday, January 7th at 8pm on VH1.