Part 2 of the 'Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta' Season 2 reunion show opens with Rasheeda and Kirk's marriage drama. It's clear her pain still lingers as Kirk hasn't taken full responsibility for cheating on his pregnant wife. Benzino, who brought Kirk to the cabin where he did his dirty work, insists Kirk "sit next to his wife" to apologize to her. But Kirk remains stubborn and stays where he's seated.

Later, Mona Scott-Young, host and executive producer of the show, brings out Nikko, Mimi's boo. He and Stevie J go face to face as soon as he hits the stage. Security guards separate the two, but of course, Stevie has a few tricks up his sleeve and throws a stack of money at Nikko. When asked about her relationship with the latter, Mimi claims their relationship is like "everybody else's." It's not perfect and they have their ups and downs like any other couple.

Karlie Redd and Benzino then join Stevie J and Joseline regarding rumors of her "smashing the homie." "I didn't think too much of it," says Stevie J. It's then revealed that Benzino tried to smash the whole 'Love & Hip Hop' cast as K. Michelle, Erica and Ariane all had stories of him trying to holler at them. Benzino's game is pretty much dried up.

"They lay together and they f--- dirty bitches together," Joseline says of Stevie J and Benzino.

Meanwhile, the characters behind the most explosive drama on the show continue to discuss their relationship. Mona asks Momma Dee why she won't accept her son's engagement to Erica. "I don't have to accept anything I don't like," Momma Dee says.

But Erica's mother stands firm in that she isn't going to allow anyone to disrespect her and her daughter. "She gotta understand, she not gonna disrespect us. You call yourself a queen, then act like a queen," Erica's mother tells her.

Lil Scrappy also gets salty because Erica airs out his dirty laundry. He then claims she was "messing with somebody husband." Shay, "the family pet" as Erica calls her, says Scrappy continued to text her while he was in rehab. But their relationship is over and done.

Before the episode ends, K. Michelle changes wigs and performs her new single, 'V.S.O.P.' The singer cries as she says her goodbyes too. She'll be joining the cast of 'Love & Hip Hop: New York' next season -- she's no longer a Georgia peach but rather a Big Apple.

This has been a long eventful season and let's hope these people get their lives together. Until next time.

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