"Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta": Meet Karlie, Joseline & Erica [VIDEO]
Karlie Redd, Joseline and Erica Dixon state their positions on the show.
I’ve been talking a lot about “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” lately as anticipation mounts for Monday’s premiere and Vh1 has given me more bait for the blog. They posted some cast profiles where a few of the women explain their positions on the show.
Here are some clips I snagged of Karlie Redd, Erica Dixon and Joseline, in addition to my non-professional-no-one-asked-me-but-I’m-going-to-impart-my-opinion-anway-psycho-analysis of each one.
Karlie Redd: I don’t think many people had heard of her before this show (so she’s already playing her cards right) but she’s an artist of Trinidadian descent trying to make it in the music world. She also happens to be the girlfriend of Antonio Reid Jr. (LA Reid’s son) and has worked with KRS-One and Sean Kingston, but she still hasn’t made enough connections to pop so most likely, “Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta” will be her platform. Based on episode one, she’s going to be the drama-starter. She stirs some up between Mimi, Joseline, and Stevie J when she tells Mimi that she saw the former two kissing, a charge they both deny.
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Joseline: This woman might just become the most hated woman in Vh1’s
ratchet reality TV history because it looks like she’s the mistress. We haven’t seen enough to confirm this but the signs say all systems are a-go. Like most people who behave in shady ways, she thinks everyone hates her because she’s beautiful and talented and wants to be her. In her mind, it’s not her fault that Mimi can’t hold on to her man. Oh, and she’s on the show to teach young girls that they should love themselves and that they can do something with their lives. Check this out:
Yeah…everyone is jealous of Joseline. O_o
Sarcasm aside, she had a point about Mimi staying with a man who hurts her year after year. That’s just stupid and a very obvious sign of her severe low self-esteem. There’s no video intro of Mimi just yet but I’d love to know what she’s thinking, putting up with such abuse.
Erica Dixon: This lady seems to be more in control and well-adjusted than the usual stereotypical babymama. The verdict is still out.