She was discovered by Stevie J while performing as a stripper under the name Shenellica Bettencourt.The couple's break up was documented in the fifth season. Or maybe she knows her man is gay, but like most Atlanta women who are desperate for intimacy, she thinks half a man is better than no man. The down low men who are hustlers tend to connect with desperate women who pay their bills while they creep with other men on the low.It premiered June 18, 2012 on VH1, and chronicles the lives of several people in Atlanta involved with hip hop music.“This is me putting it out there, it is what it is… A recent study revealed 1 in 5 black men in Atlanta is infected with the HIV virus. In 2015, she announced her retirement from music and opened Pressed, a boutique store in Atlanta, which is featured prominently in the show's fourth and fifth seasons.In the sixth season, she discovers that Kirk has impregnated another woman behind her back, once again throwing their marriage into turmoil. Redd, born Keisha Karlie Lewis, is of Trinidadian ethnicity.
The series chronicles her struggles with Waka's fidelity issues.
After a violent altercation with Joseline at the third season reunion, she is absent from the show, eventually returning as a supporting cast member towards the end of the fourth season. Rivera and Waka announced their separation during filming in 2016.
A Grammy Award-winning record producer, singer and songwriter.
The series chronicles her struggles with addiction and substance abuse, as well as her violent rivalries with the other female cast members.
Additionally, she appears in a supporting role in the spin-off Leave It To Stevie. Hernandez is the self-professed "Puerto Rican Princess", born and raised on the streets of Puerto Rico.
Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the highest-rated installment of the Love & Hip Hop franchise. Rasheeda, full name Rasheeda Buckner-Frost, is the self-professed "Georgia peach" and "queen of crunk", best known for her single "Got That Good (My Bubble Gum)".