Monday night is upon us, which means it’s time for another episode of ‘Love & Hip-Hop: New York’. We pick up with Diamond finding out about Cisco’s six month old son. Naturally, this conversation went as smooth as sandpaper. The producer then found himself confronted by “D-Straws” mother, who’s still in town. While the meeting between the two seemed to come off like the beginning of an adult film, he soon found out that Mrs. Strawberry wasn’t about that type of action!
And before the show went too far left with rage, Yandy surprised Mendeecees while he was playing a game of pick-up basketball. Apparently the soon-to-be-married couple have been enjoying their time since being reunitied, because there’s about to be another addition to their growing family.
The celebratory segment of the episode didn’t last long, as we jump back into the on-and-off relationship between Erica Mena and Cyn Santana. The two ladies can’t seem to be around each other without getting into a very heated exchange. Their issues have now gone from personal, to business. As we saw a few weeks back, they’d been working on a clothing line together, which Cyn is claiming that she hasn’t seen any financial gains from. And after being told that the line is making nearly $30k per month, things got way out of hand once Erica was confronted by her “part-time girlfriend.”
And lastly, we have the most confusing portion of the show: the love triangle between Peter Gunz, Tara and Amina. Taking a page out of the Kirk Frost school of dirtbag moves, the Bronx rapper made up a story about needing to fly to Trinidad to do a photo-shoot for a new energy drink. Despite the pleas of his pregnant wife, Gunz insisted that he’d make it back before the baby would be born. Ultimately an attempt to rekindle his relationship with the mother of his two youngest boys, this particular mission was drenched in fail-sauce.
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