Monday night kicked off the Season 2 premiere of VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.” While the hour-long show was a bit tamer than expected, fans will definitely see a lot more turn up in the upcoming episodes. Read below to see what each cast member has been up to, and what went down in the first episode.
Omarion and Apryl:
R&B singer Omarion and his girlfriend Apryl are definitely one of the milder couples on the VH1 show. During last season, the pair welcomed their first child, a son named Megaa, and in the Season 2 premiere Apryl revealed their baby boy was doing great but was “interrupting mommy and daddy nasty time.” While at an Omarion concert, Nikki offered to send Apryl some of her sexy lingerie to help spice up the couple’s sex life.
Later on in the episode, Apryl surprised her man at work, giving him a strip tease wearing some of the lingerie Nikki gave her.
Ray J and Princess Love:
It seems like Ray J and Princess will have a lot of drama this season. The couple’s relationship got off to a rocky start on the “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” premiere, and things only got worse throughout the episode. Ray and Princess’ issues started after a trip to New Orleans when Princess was arrested and taken to jail after getting into a nasty argument with the singer. While her arrest happened before they started taping the VH1 show, the aftermath will be the pair’s main story line this season.
During the episode, Ray and Princess met up to talk about their issues, when the model decided to give the “One Wish” singer another shot. Princess told Ray he needed to sell his apartment, and he quickly agreed. However, Ray can’t sell his condo without throwing one last party and invited a bunch of strippers and friends over. Of course, Princess found out about the house party and went off when she saw her man dancing and drinking with a bunch of half-naked women. She also tried to attack one of the strippers when a woman made a joke about Princess’ feet being “crusty.”
Moniece and Rich Dollaz:
Moniece has a new man this season on “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” and we’re still not sure how we feel about the romance. At the beginning of the episode, Moniece tells Apryl and Teairra Mari she’s been seeing someone special but wasn’t ready to tell them who it was. It’s revealed later in the episode she’s dating Rich Dollaz, from “Love & Hip Hop: New York.” If you know anything about Rich and you’re a fan of the “New York” series, then you know dating Rich comes with a lot of drama. Even though the hip-hop producer said in his confessional he’s a changed man, a trailer for upcoming episodes showed him arguing with Moniece’s mom.
Teairra Mari might be a changed woman this season! Last season on “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” the singer definitely had her share of catfights and arguments, but Teairra proved on the Season 2 premiere she’s turned over a new leaf by having a heart to heart with Princess. The “Deserve” singer actually gave Princess some useful relationship advice, but we’ll have to wait and see if the ladies can remain friendly with one another.
Our girl Hazel didn’t get much screen-time on the season premiere, but she did reveal she and Teairra are trying to patch things up after falling out last season. The rapper also said she’s done with Yung Berg, who was fired from the show last year.
Miles Brock and Milan Christopher:
Fans were introduced to a bunch of new cast members including Miles and Milan, “Love & Hip Hop’s” first gay couple. Milan, a producer, revealed he’s ready to get married and have kids with his boyfriend, but Miles, a rapper, has not come out publicly as a gay to his family and friends. Miles is also worried his sexuality could jeopardize his rap career. During the premiere episode, fans also met Amber Hunter, a rapper, who’s in love with Miles but doesn’t know he’s gay.
Unfortunately, Fizz, Soulja Boy and Nia Riley didn’t make an appearance on the Season 2 premiere of “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” but a trailer at the end of the show teased that Nia and the “Crank Dat” rapper are having major relationship issues.
What did you think of the Season 2 premiere of “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood?”