Love Hip Hop New York Season 7
Cardi B is back. See why the “Love & Hip Hop: New York” Season 7 trailer has us so excited. VH1

A new promo for “Love & Hip Hop: New York” was released on, and it has us anxiously waiting for Season 7 to start. The sneak-peek video teases catfights, intense arguments and lots of tears. The video also ends with someone being put into an ambulance.

Although the promo is short, only 30 seconds long, it has excited for Season 7. Check out three things we can’t wait to see in the new episodes below:

Kimbella Vanderhee and Yandy Smith mending their friendship

Yes, Kimbella is back for Season 7 and she’s bringing her longtime love Juelz Santana with her. In the promo, Juelz tells Kimbella to put her issues with Yandy aside because they need to get back to being “sisters.” At one point in the video, Yandy is seen crying as she tells Kimbella that she wasn’t there for her. Hopefully, these two will be able to work things out.

Are Remy Ma and Papoose starting a family!?

Last season, Remy Ma promised Papoose that if he gave her the wedding of her dreams, she would give him a child. Well, Season 6 ended with the rapper and Papoose tying the knot in a beautiful ceremony. In the promo for Season 7, Papoose reminds Remy of her promise, but she doesn’t seem ready to have a baby.

Cardi B is back

This could be Cardi B’s last season on “Love & Hip Hop: New York” so it’s good to see her back. The rapper is only shown briefly in the trailer, but it appears that she’s giving someone major attitude. At one point, she’s heard telling one girl that she’s going to take her man.

According to VH1, the Season 7 cast includes the aforementioned names along with returning stars Bianca Bonnie, MariahLynn, Tara Wallace, Amina Buddafly, Peter Gunz, Cisco Rosado, DJ Self, Yorma Hernandez and BBOD.

Newbies for this season are rapper and the “Wire” actress Felicia “Snoop” Pearson, her girlfriend J. Adrienne, DJ Drewski and TV personality Sofi Green.

“Love & Hip Hop: New York” Season 7 premieres Monday, Nov. 21, at 8 p.m. EST on VH1.