Even though everyone knew this moment was coming, I can’t help but be as deep in my feelings as Lupe Fiasco was last night on Twitter after everyone gave Kendrick Lamar the slow clap for his verse on Big Sean’s “Control.”
The end of season two of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta marks my pop culture nadir, as it means that I won’t be getting any more of the Puerto Rican Princess, Joseline Hernandez, regularly until 2014. The only thing worse than that reality is the fact that my favorite thing in life did not go out with an expected bang. Last night's final episode was like the cold piece of chicken—still good, but needed to be heated up and dressed up with hot sauce.
But for all the lack of focus and far too much emphasis on characters that ought to end up with Amber Alerts for season three, there remained some entertainment. And of course, lessons to be learned. Let us look back on part two of the Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta reunion and say goodbye to its stars. Mostly Joseline, though.
Written by Michael Arceneaux (@youngsinick)